What It Is: An antioxidant that works in cell membranes.
How It Works: Vitamin E modulates the inflammatory response by restraining it from occurring too rapidly. It blocks the release of arachidonic acid (from fat storage), the initiator of the inflammatory response, which also helps prevent unwanted blood clots. This is especially important during the detoxification process since metal exposures can stimulate the inflammatory response.
What To Look For: Sam specifically recommended Vitamin E in the form of d-alpha tocopherol with mixed tocopherols such as beta, delta and gamma tocopherols. Synthetic forms of vitamin E -such as dl-alpha tocopherol succinate or acetate – are not as effective. Pure-E is the product he trusted most, and the one we have recommended since the very beginning.
*Supplement comments from Sam’s writings are provided for background information only. He never recommended a particular supplement without extensively evaluating a client’s individual blood chemistry results and health history, and worked with their physicians as necessary. Always consult your health provider when choosing to use a particular supplement.
100 softgel capsules
Each capsule contains 400 IU vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol plus 280 mg mixed tocopherols d-beta, d-delta, and d-gamma)
Other ingredients: gelatin, glycerin and water
*No statement made on this site should be construed as constituting a health claim that particular foods, food supplements, or brand name products may alone provide a cure. Each recommendation is intended for use as adjunct, nutritional support to conventional health practice. Statements made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.