Naturally sourced Vitamin E exists in two forms: Tocotrienol and Tocopherol.
Our Vitrenol® brand is a natural source of Tocotrienol-rich fraction Vitamin E, extracted from palm oil through a unique solvent-free extraction technology. This ensures our products are 100% natural and chemical-free. Vitamin E extracted from palm oil comprises Tocotrienols and Tocopherols, which exist as a natural complex at a ratio of 3:1.
Vitrenol® may be used as a health and dietary supplement, in functional food and drinks and antiaging beauty creams. It is available in both liquid and powder forms at various concentrations to suit customers’ specific needs and applications.
Studies have shown that Tocotrienol-rich fraction Vitamin E has stronger antioxidant and antiinflammatory efficacy, thereby conferring protection to human organs by eliminating free radicals and modulating inflammation. Some of the functionalities of Tocotrienols include:
- Reduces LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol in patients with high cholesterol(1)
- Positive effect in reversing athereosclerosis (plaque) build-up in the elderly(2)
- Enhances the body’s immune responses(3)
- Improves hair growth for those suffering from hair loss(4)
- Protects skin against UV skin damage, and significantly reduces skin reaction to irradiation.(5)
|Liquid form natural 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 70%, 90% concentration Tocotrienol-Tocopherol complex suspension||Vitrenol® 10, 20L, 30L, 40L, 50L, 70L, 90L|
|Powder form natural 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% concentration Tocotrienol-tocopherol complex powder||Vitrenol® 10P, 20P, 30P, 40P|
All Vitrenol® products are Kosher, Halal, clean label-friendly (i.e., manufactured without the use of additives, solvent, or preservatives), produced under GMP standards, and extracted within ISO 9001, FSSC 22000 certified facilities. Additionally, Vitrenol™ products are produced from RSPO certified, POIG verified palm oil.
1) Qureshi et al. 1991. American J of clinical nutrition. 1991 Apr 53(4 Suppl) 1021-26S
2) Tomeo AC et al. Lipids 1995 Dec30(12) 1179-83
3) Mahalingam D et al. Eur J Clinical Nutrition 2011 Jan 65(1) 63-6
4) Boey LW et al. Tropical Life Sciences Res 2010 Dec 21(2)91-9
5) Pedrilli V et al. J of Eur Ac’my of Der & Ven 2012 Nov 26(11) 1449-53