Good fats do exist!
What is vitamin E?
Vitamin E is a pretty incredible fat-soluble vitamin. It incorporates itself into the fat-based tissues of the body, like those of the brain and heart, and functions as an antioxidant, helping to neutralize free radicals.† How rad is that?
Who should take vitamin E?
As a fat-soluble nutrient, vitamin E is primarily found in foods that are high in—you guessed it—fats! If you’re someone who doesn’t consume foods like nuts and vegetable oils, then vitamin E might be a smart supplement to add to your diet.
What is vitamin E good for?
Vitamin E is an essential nutrient for many cells.† Research shows it’s a powerful antioxidant that helps neutralize free radicals in your body.† That’s a whole lot of support for such a tiny vitamin.
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Vitamin E 267 mg (400 IU) d-Alpha SoftgelsEgad! Vitamin E is a powerful little antioxidant that’s an essential nutrient for many cells, including heart muscle cells.†