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1 of 1 people found the following review helpfulNovember 06, 2015Reviewer: Mary Beth in California* Glad to know this is a natural vitamin E as described by the article in Dr. Mercola's newsletter: "The differing effects of synthetic versus natural vitamin E are significant, so if you're interested in supporting your health, you should seek vitamin E in its natural form only – ideally from food but alternatively from a natural supplement. You can tell which you're buying by carefully reading the label.
Natural vitamin E is always listed as the "d-" form (d-alpha-tocopherol, d-beta-tocopherol, etc.) Synthetic vitamin E is listed as "dl-" forms Note that when vitamin E is stabilized by adding either succinic acid or acetic acid, the chemical name changes from tocopherol to tocopheryl (as in d-alpha-tocopheryl succinate, for example)."
THANKS to NOW for making it!
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/02/17/vitamin-e-lung-cancer-prevention.aspx?x_cid=20151105_ranart_vitamin-e-lung-cancer-prevention_facebookdocThis review is specific to Vitamin E, 200 IU, Natural, Mixed
June 23, 2014Reviewer: A customer in France* Perfect!This review is specific to Vitamin E, 200 IU, Natural, Mixed