Antioxidant - Memory - Immunity
In every dose
30mg (equal to 7oz of hazelnuts)
Vitamin E is shown to protect from cognitive decline and memory loss, and promote proper function of the central and peripheral nervous system.
What’s in it for my brain?
Antioxidants are essential for brain health as they fight free radicals caused by oxidative stress which can cause cells to age. These are chemical reactions which occur naturally in the body, but everyday environmental stress like pollution, and lifestyle factors like exercise, smoking and drinking all lead to an increase in oxidative stress and increase our requirements for antioxidants
Helps maintain healthy skin and eyes
Important for immune function
Plays well with
Taking vitamin E with fish oil (like omega 3) will support its absorption into the blood stream
Because it’s fat-soluble, any vitamin E that your body doesn’t use immediately is stored for future use.
For the nerdy
Here’s a handful of relevant scientific studies on vitamin E.
Science moves faster than we do, but we’re updating these lists as often as we can.
- Free radicals and brain aging (2004)
- The Role of Free Radicals in the Aging Brain and Parkinson’s Disease: Convergence and Parallelism (2012)
- Vitamin E and cognitive decline in older persons (2002)
- Oxidative stress in blood in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment: a meta-analysis (2013)