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Vitamin E Is Available in Several Products
Life Enhancement Products offers the multivitamin/multimineral/multiantioxidant formulation BioEnhance, which contains ample amounts of vitamin E along with 42 other health-giving bionutrients, in amounts based on scientific studies of their benefits. Also available is the more advanced formulation BioEnhance with DNAbleTM, which contains a total of 45 bionutrients to provide a cornucopia of health benefits for all adults. [The term "DNAble" in this product reflects its enhanced content of nicotinamide, a precursor of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), which plays a key role in regulating certain aspects of DNA function relating to longevity.]
The recommended daily serving of BioEnhance is 12 capsules (3 capsules taken 4 times per day), which provides a total of 400 mg of vitamin E. Alternatively, one can take as few as 6 capsules per day (200 mg) or as many as 24 per day (800 mg) of this versatile product. The recommended daily serving of BioEnhance with DNAble is 16 capsules (4 capsules taken 4 times per day), providing a total of 800 mg of vitamin E. Alternatively, one can take as few as 8 capsules per day (400 mg) or as many as 32 per day (1600 mg).
In addition to the BioEnhance products, Life Enhancement offers two other comprehensive and well-balanced multivitamin/multimineral/multiantioxidant formulations: Personal Radical ShieldTM (12 capsules daily, providing a total of 800 mg of vitamin E) and One-Per-Meal Radical ShieldTM (3 capsules daily, providing a total 200 mg of vitamin E). And for those who wish to take vitamin E alone, there is Quality ETM, which contains 600-800 IU of vitamin E per daily serving of 3-4 capsules.
The vitamin E in all the products named above is in the form of dl-alpha-tocopheryl acetate. In this form of vitamin E (but not in most others), 1 mg = 1 IU (international unit), so it makes no difference whether the vitamin E content is listed in mg or in IU.