Healthy Origins, E-400, 400 IU, 180 Softgels
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|Combo Discount:||- $4.00|
- Naturally Sourced
- Mixed Tocopherols
- No Oil Fillers
- Dietary Supplements
Healthy Origins E-400 with Naturally Sourced Mixed Tocopherols is an antioxidant which may help support cardiovascular health as well as skin, hair, and nail health.
As a dietary supplement, take one (1) softgel daily, preferably with a meal, or as directed by a physician.
Soybean oil, gelatin, glycerin, purified water.
Does not contain sugar, yeast, wheat, gluten, barley, fish, shellfish, peanuts, egg or milk. No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. Contains: Soy
Keep out of reach of children.
|Serving Size: 1 Softgel|
|Amount Per Serving||% DV|
|Vitamin E (as D-Alpha Tocopherol)||400 IU||1333%|
|Plus mixed Tocopherols: |
|Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
EDIT: Just got off the phone with Healthy Origins: THIS IS GMO!! They said this comes from non-organic soybeans made in USA. Over 90% of USA soybeans comes from Monsanto's GMO'd! FYI: If your soybeans aren't organic, they are GMO. GMO's cause Morgellons disease. I've been having some weird scalp symptoms since I started taking this product a year ago. Otherwise I've been on a soy-free diet for years! My original review had 5 stars & read: Way cheaper that the "unique" E and very similar: Although both natural they are both soy derived! :( *Even if the Unique E customers make false claims that it is soy-free, it's not. Check their website! My quest for a completely soy-free vitamin E continues. In the meantime this will do. I take it because COQ10 needs vitamin E to be activated. Other than that I can't gauge because I don't take this for specific symptoms. But I might use it as natural preservative for my homemade moisturizer.
Good value pure vitamin E with no fillers. I would like it however if the company indicated the amount of tocopherols (other than alpha) in the product.
satisfied, trusted brand
Posted by 5156770435013436301 on Aug 02, 2016
I chose this brand because I'm using other vitamins from this brand which I have confidence in their quality and of course it's price. And I chose vitamin E from this brand, because it has 4 different tocopherols and it's not diluted with oil. About soya in it, I wouldn't be concern because in this micro amount there is no soy protein.
Posted by 5573773562334853950 on Jul 06, 2016
I use it as face crem (night). Best ever ☺
How much D alpha tocopherol is there actually contained relative to other isomers?
Posted by antiaging on Mar 04, 2016
We do not know whether D-Alpha Tocopherol consists 400 IU and others Plus mixed Tocopherols: D-Tocopherol Beta D Delta-Tocopherol D-Gamma Tocopherol contained only 1 milligram, or in the 400 units are all tocopherols contained in a balanced ratio.
No mention of Soy in iherb description or image
Posted by 5578561642755857650 on Jan 26, 2016
The Soy here is GMO according to other reviewer. I bought this after reading the description and looking at the images. There is NO mention that this product includes soy. But as I have the bottle itself here (arrived today) it says: "Contains SOY". The description here is false and I will avoid this company as well if they continue to use GMO in a health product.
Good brand of Vitamin E, but don't forget your C and Ubiquinol
Posted by Reviewer1285444 on Oct 16, 2015
As we age our natural production of glutathione decreases making our bodies more dependent on antioxidant vitamins like Vitamins C and E. This is a good brand of Vitamin E, since it covers all of the tocopherols - ( beta, gamma, alpha, delta). Alpha is the most prominent form of Vitamin E in the body, but it can become a pro-oxidant without an adequate source of a co-antioxidant to recycle it back to its antioxidant form. The best co-antioxidants for the purpose of recycling Vitamin E are Vitamin C and Ubiquinol/CoQ10. If Vitamin E doesn't seem to be working for you, it could mean that you're low in its needed co-antioxidants; Ubiquinol being the best, but Vitamin C should work just fine.