You probably know that vitamin E is good for your heart and arteries. But there's a cousin of vitamin E you may not know about. It's called tocotrienol (toe-co-try-en-all).
The nucleus of vitamin E and tocotrienols are both the same. But the difference is the side chain or "tail" of the molecule.
You see, the tails of tocotrienols are 30% shorter. As a result, this molecule moves easily from one cell to the next. And that means it moves throughout your body to support your heart and arteries.
Studies indicate that tocotrienols support healthy levels of cholesterol and triglycerides.
This patented form of tocotrienols comes in a soft gel form, so it's easy to swallow.
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