Vitamin E, a friend of cells

A tocopherol Vit E

Antioxidant action in favor of youth.

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin with significant antioxidant properties that is obtained exclusively through food. In terms of Chemistry, it consists of a group of compounds including α-, β-, γ-, δ- tocopherols and α-, β-, γ-, δ- tocotrienols. The action of α-tocopherol is much studied in science and often identified with the term Vitamin E. The main function of vitamin E is the role it plays in the antioxidant defense system of the cells. It is, one could say, the General in this battle, as it has the ability to protect cell membranes and other biomolecules from free radicals. Thus, it helps protect cells from oxidative stress.