lipid-soluble vitamins

lipid-soluble vitamins,

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Evitamins (tocopherols and tocotrienols: a family of powerful antioxidant lipid-soluble vitamins with excellent free-radical scavenging ability.
Current evidence strongly suggests that the compromised body status of lipid-soluble vitamins, such as vitamins A, D and E, is a key factor influencing or contributing to the onset or development of the diseases.
Vitamin E (tocopherols) is a family of powerful antioxidant lipid-soluble vitamins and excellent free-radical scavengers thus protecting essential fatty acid and vitamin A levels in the body.