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June 1998 Issue

Get More Bang for Your Buck with Natural Vitamin E

New research is confirming what some experts have argued for years: Natural vitamin E wins hands down over synthetic. Scientists have long known that natural E is more biologically active than the manufactured kind. The International Unit (IU) system of measurement supposedly takes this into account, by making 1 milligram of synthetic vitamin E equal to 1 IU, while it takes only 0.67 milligrams or 0.74 milligrams of natural E to equal 1 IU, depending on the form itís in.

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