Natural vitamin E
Natural vitamin E
There is little difference between the natural and synthetic forms of most vitamins. But with vitamin E, natural is better.
On a supplement label, natural vitamin E is listed as d-alpha tocopherol, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate, or d-alpha tocopheryl succinate. In contrast, synthetic forms of vitamin E are labeled with a dl- prefix.
Alpha-tocopherol is the most biologically active form of vitamin E, and its natural form consists of one isomer. In contrast, synthetic alpha-tocopherol contains eight different isomers, of which only one (about 12 percent of the synthetic molecule) is identical to natural vitamin E. The other seven isomers range in potency from 21 percent to 90 percent of natural d-alpha-tocopherol.
We can provide below specification of natural Vitamin E:
|Tocotrienols||70%, 85%||Yellow to brownish red oil||1 or 5kg/drum,20kg/drum|
|D-α Tocopherol Oil||1000IU~1430IU/g||Brownish red oil||190kg/drum|
|D-α Tocopherol Powder||500IU/g||Pale yellow powder||20kg/drum|
|D-α Tocopheryl Acetate Oil||1000IU~1360IU/g||Pale yellow oil||190kg/drum|
|D-α Tocopheryl Acetate Powder||700IU,950IU /g||White Powder/Beadlet||20kg/drum|
|D-α Tocopheryl Succinate Powder||1185IU/g,1210IU/g||Granular/White Powder||25kg/drum|
|Mixed Tocopherol Oil||50%,70%,90%,95%||Brownish red oil||190kg/drum|
|Mixed Tocopherol Powder||30%,50%||Pale yellow powder||20kg/drum|
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