Studies show that vitamin E can stimulate hair growth, lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find a vitamin that can provide as many health benefits in one fell swoop as Vitamin E. This potent antioxidant is a powerhouse vitamin with a multitude of extensive research backing its effectiveness.


Vitamin E has been proven to benefit:

    1. Hair growth
    2. Cholesterol levels
    3. Alzheimer’s disease
    4. Stroke-related injuries
    5. Heart health
    6. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
    7. Immune function
    8. Skin health

These eight points are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to how vitamin E can impact your health. Here’s what the research has shown:

    • Vitamin E research from a 1998 study supports high doses of the antioxidant to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
    • Vitamin E taken by healthy seniors can strengthen the immune response.
    • Vitamin E has shown promise in the treatment of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease – the most chronic liver disease in children and adolescents in the US.
    • Daily vitamin E supplements may increase hair growth in men with male pattern baldness by up to 42 per cent.
    • Vitamin E can improve cholesterol levels and potentially reduce the risk of heart disease, especially in adults over 50.


Choosing the right form of vitamin E can determine how well this antioxidant works for you as a supplement. Before you invest in a vitamin E supplement, consider this – vitamin E has two different forms: Tocopherol and Tocotrienol. Most vitamin E supplements are sold in the Tocopherol form. Unfortunately, this form is far less effective. Tocotrienol vitamin E supplements are 300% more absorbent and effective.

Another distinct difference is in the source: Vitamin E Tocopherols are found in common vegetable oils, while rich Tocotrienols are derived from virgin crude palm oil, a type of vegetable oil free from trans-fats.

An even more important comparison is in how each type of vitamin E can impact cholesterol. In a 2007 study that compared both forms of vitamin E and their influence on cholesterol, Tocopherols (vegetable oil-derived) showed little improvement.

Tocotrienols (virgin crude palm oil-derived) showed favourable effects on cholesterol levels.

So, when it comes to choosing a vitamin E supplement, remember that oral vitamin E Tocotrienols are not only 100% natural but they are the most effective form available with the highest rate of absorption.



Vitamin E occurs naturally in different forms: Tocopherol and Tocotrienol. Tocotrienols are up to 300 per cent better and more effectively absorbed compared to Tocopherols. Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

Naturally Better Vitamin E is a rich source of Tocotrienols, 20mg per capsule.