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Eterna 30 soft gels

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Eterna™ is a powerful antioxidant that contains Delta Fraction Tocotrienols, which is recognised as the more active form of Vitamin E. Tocotrienol is an extract of the Annatto plant which is found in Africa and the Amazon.

With extensive research backing up its incredible antioxidant power, Eterna™ (tocotrienol) can help normalise cholesterol, reduce inflammation, promote bone health, and help increase survival in cancer patients.

How does Eterna™ (Tocotrienol) differ from the Vitamin E we currently use (Tocopherol)?

Vitamin E found in most nutraceutical products is called tocopherol. Lab tests have shown this is to be a good antioxidant, but it did not show any benefits in clinical trials. Tocopherol is the “least effective” vitamin E due to the size of the molecule and the fact that it is saturated.

Tocotrienol on the other hand is smaller and has an unsaturated tail. It spins around the cell wall 50 x faster than tocopherol. It is like comparing 50G to 1G! Extensive research in numerous clinical trials have found tocotrienol to truly be the more effective antioxidant.

Benefits:

  • Anti-inflammatory properties
  • Anti-ageing effects
  • Assists in the control of disease
  • Excellent addition to cancer treatment
  • Prevention of disease complication

Ingredients 

Tocotrienols 125mg

Delta-tocotrienol 112.5mg (90%)

Gamma-tocotrienol 12.5mg (10%)

Outer Capsule: Bone gelatin, glycerin, purified water.

How will Eterna™ protect you?

The cells in your body are under constant attack from FREE RADICALS, which are mainly overcharged molecules. The accumulation of these harmful molecules depends on your lifestyle. Bad food choices, smoking, excessive alcohol use, increased stress levels, pollutants, bad fats such as artificial trans-fats and too much sun exposure (radiation) all contribute to higher levels of FREE RADICALS.

Your body does produce natural antioxidants to remove these RADICALS, but not enough. If there is an imbalance (too many free radicals and too few antioxidants) oxidative stress occurs which will damage your cells, ultimately leading to disease.