Vitamin E is an essential part of our daily lives. It is a naturally occurring antioxidant that is necessary for controlling oxidation throughout our body and appears to have a direct effect on neurological functioning. However, not all vitamin E is created equally, as there are a variety of forms of this vitamin.
Our vitamin E is special, as it is the succinate salt of D-α-Tocopheryl. This form of vitamin E absorbs very readily, and the succinic acid content helps further promote cellular function. This is one of the most ideal forms of vitamin E for achieving both the antioxidant effects commonly associated with vitamin E, while also maximizing the cognitive and cellular benefits!
We have all heard about vitamin E for years, but how much do you truly know about this vitamin? Many of the body’s critical processes depend on vitamin E, such as neutralizing oxidative stress while also promoting cardiovascular and cognitive function!
Our main source of vitamin E is through our diet, being present in fairly adequate amounts in a variety of different foods. Vitamin E also exist in various different forms, in fact there are 8 different types of vitamin E. Four of these are in the class of tocopherols:
The other four are in the class of tocotrienols:
So why did we choose alpha-tocopherol out of all of these? Alpha-tocopherol appears to be one of the best absorbed forms of vitamin E, and seems to produce the largest amount of vitamin E benefits. Alpha-tocopherol also exists as different isomers, with the naturally occurring isomer being the dextrorotatory one, which is what the “D” indicates in our D-alpha tocopheryl succinate product. Our vitamin E is also the succinate salt, this further helps improve bioavailability and further helps enhance the benefits of vitamin E!
Out of all the different forms of Vitamin E, α-tocopherol is generally seen as the most bioactive because it is easily moved throughout the body by Tocopherol Transfer Protein. α-tocopherol also exists in a few different forms but we carry D-α-Tocopheryl Succinate because of its combined stability and bioavailability. It even has some unique effects that are not seen with any other forms of vitamin E, such as promoting balanced inflammation levels through its interaction with Prostaglandin E2!+
Alpha-tocopherol also plays a major role in protecting neurons and promoting overall cognitive function! This is also why vitamin E has long been a fixture in the original Mr. Happy stack and which is why we have also featured our D-α-Tocopheryl Succinate in our new take on the Mr. Happy stack; OmegaTAU.
If you are looking for a simple, yet cutting edge vitamin E supplement, then this is the one for you!
Benefit Retention Stack: D-α-Tocopheryl Succinate + Sesame Extract Powder
Sesame Extract Powder contains Sesamin which helps the body to recycle and replenish Vitamin E while also helping support overall cognitive function. For this reason, Sesame Extract Powder is great to be taken in tandem with Vitamin E!
Balanced Oxidation Stack: Vitamin E + Quercetin Tablets
This pairing works to support balanced oxidation levels while also benefiting cognitive and immune system function!
Cardiovascular Support Stack: Vitamin E + Agmatine Sulfate Capsules
In addition to the cardiovascular support that these two offer, they both offer a plethora of other benefits such as promoting cognitive and immune system function!
As a dietary supplement, take one 90mg capsule of D-α-Tocopheryl Succinate daily.
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Nootropics Depot offers 60ct. and 365ct. jars of high quality D-α-Tocopheryl Succinate. Nootropics Depot’s D-α-Tocopheryl Succinate has been lab-tested and verified for both product purity and identity.
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