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Best Vitamin E Supplement

Vitamin E™

Vitamin E™



Antioxidant Protection


  • Supports the Cardiovascular System*
  • Improves Liver Health*
  • Fights Free Radicals*
  • Boosts Immunity*
  • 120 Servings






Vitamin E is one of the 4 fat-soluble vitamins. Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and is very important for controlling oxidation and reactive oxygen species (free radicals), especially during weight loss. Not just due to a calorie deficit, this is because vitamin E is a primary antioxidant in our fat cells, and when we start losing fat cells or they begin to shrink, free radicals are released. Protecting from free radicals with vitamin E influences multiple avenues of health.


  • Particularly in higher doses, vitamin E boosts T-cell mediated immunity, which means the body is better able to fight infection.*
  • May reduce muscle damage in athletes*
  • Improves healthy liver function*
  • Supports natural antioxidant function*


Optitune’s Vitamin E™ is dosed at 400 IU, which is the greatest efficacious dose known to be well-tolerated. At this dose, oxidative stress is optimally controlled, and vitamin E-dependent functions are well maintained.


*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

 Best Vitamin E Supplement

Ingredient Profile

Vitamin E

The tocoperhols (vitamin E) may be the most potent of the antioxidant vitamins that may help in the prevention of a number of diseases.


  • Powerful antioxidant.
  • A cell signal that helps regulate the growth of smooth muscle.
  • May help prevent infertility and atherogenesis.

Q: What is the best way to take Vitamin E™?

A: As a dietary supplement, take 1 serving (1 softgel) once daily with food.


Q: Can I take Vitamin E™ with any other Optitune products?

A: Yes! For complete antioxidative effects, stack Vitamin E™ with ALA and L-Carnitine.


Q: Is it possible to take too much Vitamin E?

A: Because vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin, instead of a water-soluble vitamin (e.g., vitamin B12), it tends to stick around in the body a little longer. Because of this, it can accumulate over time. The tolerable upper limit for vitamin E intake is 1,500 IU daily, about 4x the amount in a single serving of Vitamin E™.


Vitamin E

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