Leading Natural Vitamin E Acetate Manufacturer

Product Description

A clear, dark amber viscous oil with mild taste and odor. It is derived from edible vegetable oils by suitable physical and chemical means. It is intended for use as Vitamin E in dietary supplement and food industry.
Composition:
The active substance is d-α-Tocopherol. It is also named RRR-alpha-tocopherol, the only stereoisomer of alpha-tocopherol found in nature. Natural-source Vitamin E, d-α-Tocopherol, has the highest biopotency of all the isomeric forms of Vitamin E.


Being the chinese leading manufacturer of the natural Vitamin E and Phytosterol series, we produce natural vitamin E as follows:

Product Name
Specifications
Mixed Tocopherol
70% 90%
Mixed Tocopherol Micro-encapsulated Powder
30%, alpha enriched
D-alpha Tocopherol
1000IU-1430IU
D-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate
1000IU-1360IU
D-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate Powder CWS/TAB
700IU, 950IU
D-alpha Tocopheryl Acid Succinate
1185IU,1210IU
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Packing & Delivery

Storage Conditions:
Store in tightly closed containers, cool and dry. Protect from heat, oxygen and light.

Packing:
10-25 kg Aluminum drum blanketed with inert gas.

Functions

Research on the effects of D Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate on heart disease is often contradictory and inconclusive. The Linus Pauling Institute states that at least five studies have found that D Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate decreases the risk of heart attack and death from heart disease, but according to the Office of Dietary Supplements, the most stringently conducted research has not found any benefit from D Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate in preventing heart or managing heart disease, and the nutrient does not appear to decrease the risk of death from heart disease either. It is not known whether younger people derive any heart protective benefits from D alpha Tocopherol.

Applications

Many foods common in the American diet contain D Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate , and many others are fortified with this nutrient. A number of cooking oils, such as olive, soybean, corn, canola, safflower and sunflower, contain varying amounts of d alpha tocopherol. Green vegetables such as spinach also provide d alpha tocopherol. Almonds, peanuts and hazelnuts are all good sources as well.