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Sunflower seeds, wheat germ oil, soybean oil, almond, peanut, pumpkin, spinach, collard greens, red bell pepper, asparagus, mango, and avocado
Protection against free radicals*
Enhance immune system*
Promote brain health*
The body uses vitamin E for a variety of critical functions, including benefiting the skin and hair, supporting brain health, enhancing eye health, and boosting the immune system.
Combined with Lutein can help prevent oxidation of retinal cells.
We base our choice of which nutrients to include in our formula on a growing body of research conducted by prestigious organizations. Of the thousands of clinical studies that guide our nutrient selection process, the titles below stand out as highly influential.
Oregon State University
Vitamin E metabolism
University of Western Australia
On the Potential Role of the Antioxidant Couple Vitamin E/Selenium Taken by the Oral Route in Skin and Hair Health
Institut Européen des Antioxydants
Vitamin E in human skin: Organ-specific physiology and considerations for its use in dermatology
Boston University Medical Center
The role of vitamin E in normal and damaged skin
The effect of combined vitamin C and vitamin E supplementation on oxidative stress markers in women with endometriosis: A randomized, triple-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial
University of Hull
There are 47560 studies on VITAMIN E and counting.