Fighting against cardiovascular disease
An increasing number of scientific researchers are recognising and promoting Tocotrienols’ use to improve cardiovascular and metabolic health conditions.
The older you are, the higher your risk of stroke, but nowadays, it is increasingly affecting the young.
* Adapted from The Star news article “Boosting your brain function as you age”, written by Revathi Murugappan.
Research on cells shows that this vitamin E family member works on both the genetic and protein levels to produce firmer, fairer skin and larger muscles.
*Adapted from The Star news article
Those who take Tocotrienols regularly might notice that they get sick less often in the long run.
*Adapted from The Star news article “Improving Immunity With Vitamin E”, written by Tan Shiow Chin.
Tocotrienols are fast overtaking their better-known vitamin E sibling, tocopherols, when it comes to customer satisfaction.
* Adapted from The Star news article “Tocotrienols in action”, written by Tan Shiow Chin.
Vitamin E is a very important nutrient to our bodies. Without it, the body’s immune system is impaired and the body becomes more at risk to coronary heart disease, cognitive decline, eye health issues, muscle weakness and even cancer.