Nutricology, Delta-Fraction, Tocotrienols, 50 mg, 75 Softgels
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Vitamin E is a must have for your health and found predominantly in soy products, but there is an alternative.
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2589315 on Jan 02, 2012
Nutricology, Delta-Fraction Tocotrienol takes care of the void created by soy allergy in vitamin E by marketing a product I have been looking for at least 2 years. A new soy-free supplement. None have been available that I could find. The product is called,"Delta-Fraction, 50 mg." This product has the redeeming quality of combining all your vitamin E dietary needs into a powerful softgel. The ingredient is in the annatto beans and from them comes Tocotrienols which have more powerful antioxidant activity than tocopherols. Delta-tocotrienols are the stronger of the tocotrienols. They are reasonably priced and are much smaller in size than the monsters we are used to. I would recommend to this to anyone looking for the link that has been missing for so long. Great product. If only they could get the soy lecithin out of ice cream and chocolate...one miracle at time. Thank you Nutricology.
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I’m taking two of these daily to prevent my breast cancer...
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2778088 on Jun 19, 2009
I’m taking two of these daily to prevent my breast cancer coming back, hard to say if they work yet but my healer got very good vibes from them. I used to take E-vitamin anyway, and tocotrinols have the same anti-aging properties as tocopherols as far as I know, while tocopherols have not shown any effect on cancer.
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Posted by Reviewer2666562 on Aug 05, 2008
The delta fraction tocotrienols are reported to be excellent at improving cardiac function. I'm taking this to prevent heart disease. I'm also hoping that it will reduce my hot flashes. Time will tell.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2680229 on Feb 15, 2010
Haven't taken long enough to know if it's accomplishing what I am taking it for. Was diagnosed with a very high count of LPa which is a dangerous category of LDL. Dr. wanted me to start taking a statin drug but am choosing a popular alternative doctor's suggestion and this is one of the supplements suggested along with others.
Posted by Reviewer2240027 on Sep 21, 2008
Positive effect on cholesterol levels.