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What is vitamin E?

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin.

Vitamin E is a family of compounds that includes alpha tocopherol, beta tocopherol, gamma tocopherol, delta tocopherol, and four tocotrienes.

d-alpha tocopherol is the natural form of vitamin E in supplements, the most common form of vitamin E found in foods, and the most potent form of vitamin E.

dl-alpha tocopherol is the synthetic form of vitamin E in supplements. Synthetic vitamin E is slightly less potent than natural vitamin E but is less expensive.

Current Research on E vitamin?

Alzheimer's Disease: Vitamin E might slow the progression of this degenerative disease.

Cancer: Vitamin E might reduce cancer risk, especially cancer of the lung, colon, cervix, oral cavity, and skin.

Exercise: Free radical damage can occur during endurance exercise, while vitamin E might prevent the damage and help maintain a high level of physical performance.

Heart Disease: High vitamin E intake (greater than 100IU daily) reduces heart disease risk.