• Vitamin E8 Forte 400 UI with Beta Carotene
  • Vitamin E8 Forte 400 UI with Beta Carotene

Vitamin E8 Forte 400 UI with Beta Carotene

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DESCRIPTION

Most products labeled “Vitamin E” contain only alpha-tocopherol, often in the synthetic form.

The notion of vitamin E does however encompass more than just alfa-tocopherol. There are 8 compounds that form the family of vitamin E. The body needs all 8 forms. In addition, recent studies have highlighted the synergistic antioxidant action of the association with Beta Carotene.

Konig Vitamin E8 contains all 8 members of the vitamin E family, namely, 4 tocopherols and 4 tocotrienols extracted from plants in their natural form, non-esterified. The 8 members have some similar functions but also have completely different but complementary functions actions. They also act in different organs of the human body. D’alpha-tocopherol is the main antioxidant. But, for example gamma-toccopherol alone has the ability to detoxify nitrogen radicals that are associated with neurological diseases, inflammation and prostate or breast cancer.

Tocotrienols protect against plaque in arteries by preventing the oxidation of LDL. Oxidation of LDL cholesterol is considered the most important factor causing atherosclerosis. Numerous laboratory tests have shown the protective effect of tocotrienols against breast cancer and skin cancer. Scientists have found that tocotrienols slow down a liver enzyme that plays an important role in cholesterol synthesis, a therapeutic action that tocopherols do not exhibit.

A human clinical trial conducted in 2010 indicated that a mixture of tocopherols and tocotrienols not only slowed the narowing of the carotid artery but this condition was completely healed in 40% of cases.

Konig Vitamin E8 combined synergistically with Beta Carotene and associated with sterols in particular beta-sitosterol proved effective in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia, hyper-cholesterol and in strengthening the immune system.

COMPOSITION

Vitamin E (400 IU) 268 mg AT*
Mix Tocopherols

  • D-alpha-tocopherol : 2,34 mg
  • D-beta-tocopherol : 315 mcg
  • D-gamma-tocopherol : 14.4 mg
  • D-delta-tocopherol : 5.66 mg
70 mg
Mixed Tocotrienols

  • D-alpha-tocotrienol : 365 mcg
  • D-beta-tocotrienol : 65 mcg
  • D-gamma-tocotrienol : 550 mcg
  • D-delta-tocotrienol : 215 mcg
  • D-alpha-tocopherol : 320 mcg
5000 mcg
Beta-Carotene (=1670 mcg RAE**) 10 mg

*AT = Equivalent Alpha Tocopherol
**RAE = Retinol Activity Equivalent

ADMINISTRATION

Recommended way of use: 1-2 capsules daily or as directed by your therapist.

Recommendations

  • In more serious cases of cancer, the dose may be increased at the advice of your specialist.
  • For prostate or breast cancer it is recommend the association with:

Indole-3-Carbinol

Recommended in case of pre-menopause, menopause, estrogen excess, prostate disease, papilloma (papilloma, papillomatosis) and herpes simplex.

Super Immune forte

Powerful immunomodulator for weak or hyperactive immune system. Very good antiviral, anticancer, anti-metastatic.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  1. Maria Laura Colombo-An Update on Vitamin E, Tocopherol and Tocotrienol Perspectives; Molecules 2010, 15, 2103-2113; ISSN 1420-3049
  2. Mixed Tocopherols Monograph; Alternative Medicine Review Monographs pp 421-427
  3. Liu M, Wallin R, Wallmon A, Saldeen T; Mixed tocopherols have a stronger inhibitory effect on lipid peroxidation than alpha-tocopherol alone. J Cardiovasc Pharmacol 2002;39:714-721
  4. Chandan K. Sen, Savita Khanna, and Sashwati Roy Tocotrienols: Vitamin E Beyond Tocopherols; Life Sci. 2006 March 27; 78(18): 2088–2098.
  5. Chandan K. Sen, Savita Khanna, and Sashwati Roy; Tocotrienols in health and disease: the other half of the natural vitamin E family
  6. Nesaretnam K, Guthrie N, Chambers AF, Carroll KK. Effect of tocotrienols on the growth of a human breast cancer cell line in culture. Lipids 1995;30 (12):1139–1143. [PubMed: 8614304]
  7. Nesaretnam K, Stephen R, Dils R, Darbre P. Tocotrienols inhibit the growth of human breast cancer cells irrespective of estrogen receptor status. Lipids 1998;33 (5):461–469. [PubMed: 9625593]
  8. Paola Palozza and Norman I. Krinsky; Beta-Carotene and alpha-Tocopherol Are Synergistic Antioxidants; ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS Vol. 297, No. 1, August 15, pp. 184-187, 1992

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