A.C. Grace Company, Unique Tocotrienol, 60 Softgels
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Unique E Tocotrienol
9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2366097 on Feb 09, 2011
I take this in the evening, usually with dinner, and vitamin E in the morning so the tocotrienols don't lead the body into thinking it doesn't need vitamin E and not absorb vit.E taken at the same time. Tocotrienols are a precursor to vitamin E.
There are no soy or wheat oils mixed with it. Good for my body which is sensitive right now.
Unique uses annato for coloring instead of a chemical color. My body is sensitive to chemical colors.
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AC Grace Co. Vit E Tocotrienol 60
8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2906423 on May 07, 2009
I noticed an immediate change in the quality of my sleep. Much more restful and deeper sleep.
7 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1502004 on May 08, 2008
Although I have not been taking this product long enough to see a difference, I do believe the rationale behind the reasons for producing it as a separate source of Vitamin E Tocotrienol. And I would recommend A.C. Grace Company brand because it is a reputable brand, like Thorne Research, which manufacture's to the highest pharmaceutical grade, without fillers of any kind.
Tocopherol free tocotrienols
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1911078 on May 08, 2010
This actually works very well for POTS or dysautonomia.
Tocopherols interfere with this effect, so this actually works better than most other sources of tocotrienols, which include tocopherols.
Maybe The Best
Posted by SteveL on May 12, 2010
Best Tocotrienol combination I've found. They say 90% of the tocotrienols in this brand are delta - which are supposedly the most powerful. They advise not to take Tocotrienols with vitamin E tocopherols because the Tocotrienols won't be absorbed as well. This seems a little puzzling to me since tocotrienols naturally occur with tocopherols. Maybe somebody else can give some insight on this.