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Whole E 1oz

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Whole E: Premium Natural Vitamin E Supplement

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Elevate your wellness with Whole E, the gold standard in natural vitamin E.

Beware of cheap "natural" alternatives—Whole E delivers 100 i.u. of pure RRR-Alpha Tocopherol per dropper, sourced from non-GMO, organically grown soy. Our ultra-purified formula uses low-temperature vacuum distillation to maintain potency and balance, offering a blend of Alpha-, Beta-, Gamma-, and Delta-Tocopherols.

FDA-certified soy allergen-free, Whole E is preservative free and stabilized with argon gas for maximum freshness. Experience the true essence of minimally processed vitamin E—no synthetic additives, just pure nutritional power.

Provides 100 i.u. of RRR-Alpha Tocopherol potency per dropper full (one milliliter).

Supplement Facts:

Serving size: 1 ml (fill to the 1 ml line on the dropper pipet)
Servings per container: ~30

Total RRR-Mixed tocopherols  498mg *

    RRR-Alpha tocopherol 100  i.u. (67 mg) DV 353%
    RRR-Beta tocopherol  6.25 mg *
    RRR-Gamma tocopherol  325.2 mg *
    RRR-Delta tocopherol  100 mg *
Residual Mixed plant sterols  20 mg *

Not a significant source of calories, calories from fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber or sugars.

* Percent daily values based on a 2000 calorie diet.
** Percent daily value not established.
Other ingredients: medium chain triglyceride oil from coconut and palm.

Allergens: Contains Coconut and Palm oils. Derived from soy: Certified soy allergen free by FDA standards.

Care and Storage:


Use within 1 year of opening.
After opening, keep tightly sealed and store at room temperature in a dry location away from light.
Do not refrigerate after opening; doing so will increase the uptake of moisture and spoil this product. 

Smell and Odor

Whole E is highly concentrated, minimally processed and is not deodorized. As a result, odor will vary from batch to batch and can have a bland to moderate smell and taste that is unpleasant to some. While this distinct characteristic is interpreted by some as being old, rancid, or fishy tasting it is in fact a result of volatile oils that are present in fresh, minimally processed, mixed tocopherols. Other forms of vitamin E, such as synthetic E and Alpha tocopherol are more heavily refined and are as a result are blander in taste and odor. Deodorization of mixed tocopherols is a common practice in the industry because of this odor/taste issue. To achieve this "deodorization" they use an additional high heat treatment that can degrade the nutritional quality of the final product. 


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