Unique E – 120 Capsules

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Unique E – 120 Capsules

Product Description

*Returning week of the 16th Feb

PURE, non GMO, natural UNIQUE E Vitamin E concentrate consists of the natural form of Vitamin E containing NO fillers, allergens, colors, or vegetable oil.

Each 700mg bovine softgel mixed tocopherols contains the highest concentration of the complete Vitamin E tocopherol complex — HIGH-Gamma, HIGH-Alpha, with Beta and Delta isomers — completely void of fillers, colours, preservatives or additives that can turn rancid.

This pure Vitamin E concentrate consists of the natural form of Vitamin E as obtained through the diet and as used by the body.

Vitamin E is a complex of eight molecules that work together synergistically. Taking a Vitamin E supplement with only d-alpha tocopherol instead of the entire mixed tocopherols family of isomers can actually deplete the level of d-gamma tocopherol in the body because the synergy of all eight molecules working together is broken.

Vitamin E is a lesser-known vitamin compared to A, B, C or D, and much harder to source meaningful amounts through diet – but it’s an essential nutrient nonetheless. There are 13 vitamins you body needs to survive, Vitamin E is one of them. It’s a free radical fighter that prevents oxidative stress from harming cells throughout the body.

Vitamin E is your body’s best defense against the damage caused by excess PUFA (Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid) consumption and the accumulation of Lipofuscin in the tissues of the body.

Lipofuscin is the product of the oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids and it tends to accumulate in the liver. It is considered to be the toxic waste of aging. This toxic waste builds up when our cellular “garbage-disposal system” (i.e., autophagy) breaks down. Eventually, with the decrease in autophagy and related increase in lipofuscin, there is increased oxidative stress, decreased energy production, and ultimately, cell death.

Vitamin E also supports a healthy circulatory system, blood viscosity, protects progesterone levels, improves mitochondrial energy production and does all sorts of wonderful things for the skin.

Getting your daily dose of Vitamin E….. Food First Always!

There are plenty of whole foods that are rich in this essential nutrient, but you’ll likely have to boost your consumption of fats to incorporate more Vitamin E into your diet.

The richest sources are –

  • Sunflower, safflower, hazelnut, almond and wheat germ oil all contain high amounts of Vitamin E. Just one serving of these oils contains nearly half of your recommended daily intake of the nutrient, while one serving of wheat germ oil can supply more than 100% of that figure.
  • Almonds, hazelnuts and peanuts contain moderate amounts of Vitamin E. If you’re looking for a healthy snack that also boosts your Vitamin E consumption, eat one serving of these nuts on a daily basis.
  • Leafy greens. Eat more leafy greens like turnip greens, beet greens and Swiss chard—they all contain moderate amounts of this free radical-fighting nutrient.
  • Mango and avocado are particularly rich sources of Vitamin E. You’ll also get a vitamin C boost that can enhance the antioxidant benefits of Vitamin E even further.


  • Contains the Highest Concentrations of PURE Vitamin E available
  • 700mg of the natural vitamin E complex of molecules
  • High d-gamma tocopherol, with a minimum of 300mg per softgel
  • 400 I.U. of alpha-tocopherol (268mg) per softgel
  • Bovine gelatin softgel, glycerin, water.

** Does Not Contain any fillers, allergens such as soy, wheat or gluten and no additives.

Dosage Recommendations

There are three general dosage recommendations –
Maintenance Dose: 1-3 softgels daily
Therapeutic Dose: 1 softgel (400 I.U.) per 18-20 KG’s of body weight
Intensive Dose: 4-6 softgel regardless of body weight

General Dosage Rules: Maximum dose 6 softgel (2400 I.U.)—more than this is usually wasted. The entire dosage is to be taken ALL AT ONCE and best effect is achieved when dosage is taken WITH a meal given it is a fat soluble vitamin.

What about vitamin E and drug interactions?
People using drugs such as blood-thinners, cholesterol medications, blood pressure medications, etc, should always start with 1 softgel (400 I.U.) and work up to optimum dosage over time as needed. Vitamin E can temporarily increase blood pressure in individuals with high blood pressure—monitoring dosage is required. However, it has been reported that, over time, vitamin E supplementation can support healthy blood pressure levels. Always speak with your primary health care provider before adding this or any other dietary supplement to your daily health regimen.