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    • #845512

      Anonymous

      I like toco-8.

      #845513

      Anonymous

      I like toco-8.

      #845522

      Anonymous

      I use NOW Tocotrienols & E Complex, relatively cheap compared to Toco8

      #845523

      Anonymous

      I use NOW Tocotrienols & E Complex, relatively cheap compared to Toco8

      #849128

      Anonymous

      i was going to say Toco 8 but someone already mentioned that, but when you are looking for the best quality supps you gotta pay:) hey we cant all drive a BMW with rims, but maybe we can afford the rims right…?

      choose what you want to spend $ on and what is most important to you and spend the money on it, forme Vit E would definately deserve it as it is the main antioxident that prevents LDL’s fromdegrading and leaking cholesterol into our bodies

      #849129

      Anonymous

      i was going to say Toco 8 but someone already mentioned that, but when you are looking for the best quality supps you gotta pay:) hey we cant all drive a BMW with rims, but maybe we can afford the rims right…?

      choose what you want to spend $ on and what is most important to you and spend the money on it, forme Vit E would definately deserve it as it is the main antioxident that prevents LDL’s fromdegrading and leaking cholesterol into our bodies

      #849130

      Anonymous

      i was going to say Toco 8 but someone already mentioned that, but when you are looking for the best quality supps you gotta pay:) hey we cant all drive a BMW with rims, but maybe we can afford the rims right…?

      choose what you want to spend $ on and what is most important to you and spend the money on it, forme Vit E would definately deserve it as it is the main antioxident that prevents LDL’s fromdegrading and leaking cholesterol into our bodies

      #849157

      Anonymous

      Jarrow FamilE is pretty good.
      Not sure how well the tocotrienols are absorbed though.
      (Tocopherols reduce absorption of tocotrienols)

      #857152

      jhferry
      Member
      QUOTE (rwac @ Nov 23 2009, 10:42 AM) [url=”index.php?act=findpost&pid=577877″][/url]
      Jarrow FamilE is pretty good.
      Not sure how well the tocotrienols are absorbed though.
      (Tocopherols reduce absorption of tocotrienols)

      Didnt it come out that Vit E was actually not good for cardio vascular Health?

      #857153

      Anonymous
      QUOTE (jhferry @ Jan 3 2010, 10:53 PM) [url=”index.php?act=findpost&pid=583088″][/url]
      Didnt it come out that Vit E was actually not good for cardio vascular Health?

      The tests with vit E were all with large doses of alpha-tocopherol.
      However, we know that gamma-tocopherol intake should be larger than alpha.

      Also, FamilE has a small (60IU, 200% RDA) dose of vit E.

      #857180

      Anonymous

      Tocotrienols are not present in any significant quantity in any normal diet, and the amount in FamilE is already in excess of what can be obtained via diet.

      While technically they may qualify as a vitamin the consumption of tocotrienols as a supplement is really a pharmacological intervention.

      #857304

      Anonymous

      Personally I go for a table spoon of red palm oil a day, saves me money buying a separate vitamin e supplement, full of several other related antioxidants (highest dietary source of pro vitamin a) and comes in a friggin huge jar.

      Label tells me it has per 14g:

      -Total Carotenoids: 9.4mg
      -Beta Carotene: 5.3mg
      -Alpha Carotene: 3.3mg
      -Lycopene: 0.5mg
      -Tocpherols: 3.5mg
      -Toctrienols: 10mg
      -CoQ10: 0.63mg

      #857305

      Anonymous

      Personally I go for a table spoon of red palm oil a day, saves me money buying a separate vitamin e supplement, full of several other related antioxidants (highest dietary source of pro vitamin a) and comes in a friggin huge jar.

      Label tells me it has per 14g:

      -Total Carotenoids: 9.4mg
      -Beta Carotene: 5.3mg
      -Alpha Carotene: 3.3mg
      -Lycopene: 0.5mg
      -Tocpherols: 3.5mg
      -Toctrienols: 10mg
      -CoQ10: 0.63mg

      #857346

      Bachovas
      Member

      Mixed tocopherols, on d- form (not dl-) for better absorption. 400-800 UI should be good.

      #33726

      lypeneate
      Member

      After reading this [url=”http://www.mindandmuscle.net/node/576″]http://www.mindandmuscle.net/node/576[/url] I decided i needed to replace my crappy vitamin E supp with a good one. Any suggestions?

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