What is Vitamin E?
Though presented as a single compound, vitamin E is a network of compounds called tocopherols and tocotrienols. Vitamin E comes in many forms but alpha-tocopherol is the only one used by the human body. Natural d-alpha-tocopherol is extracted from food sources like sunflower seeds, almonds, and leafy green vegetables.
However, most of these foods only contain trace amounts of vitamin E. A supplemental vitamin E product is a beneficial way to obtain an additional form of this nutrient for daily support.
Nutritional Sources of Vitamin E (per 100g)
Sunflower Seeds: 26.1 mg (174% DV)
Almonds: 25.6 mg (171% DV)
Avocados: 2.1 mg (14% DV)
Spinach: 2.1 mg (14% DV)
Butternut Squash: 1.3 mg (9% DV)
Broccoli: 1.5 mg (10% DV)
Lindberg E-1000 Supplement
- D-Alpha Form of Vitamin E (671 mg)
- 4,473% Daily Value of Vitamin E!
- Tested for Purity & Potency
- Provides Superior Antioxidant Support*
At Lindberg, our Vitamin E supplement provides superior support from this antioxidant. Each serving delivers 671 mg or 1,000 IU of Vitamin E which is 4437% of your daily value!
We use only the d-alpha-tocopherol form of vitamin E, and include gamma, delta, and beta tocopherols, making this formula a premium option of Vitamin E. With easy-to-swallow softgels, it is easier than ever to add to your routine.