What do sunflower seeds and spinach have in common? They’re both food sources of vitamin E, a group of nutrients known for their antioxidant activity.†
There are eight naturally existing forms of vitamin E, though the most commonly studied is alpha-tocopherol. It may support eye health, maintain a healthy blood system and function as an antioxidant to help reduce the damage that free radicals cause to the body. For optimal effectiveness, look for a supplement that provides this nutrient in its natural form — listed as d-alpha tocopherol, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate or d-alpha tocopheryl succinate.†
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