Vitamin E (DL-alpha-Tocopheryl Acetate)
Alpha-tocopherol is the primary form of vitamin E that is preferentially used by the human body to meet appropriate dietary requirements.
Antioxidants in Vitamin E acts as a defender for the cell from damage that naturally occurs from free radicals. These free radicals are formed in the body during normal processes (such as energy production). Other free radicals come from various sources, like radiation from X-rays, air pollution, smoking, and industrial chemicals. So, vitamin E (tocopheryl acetate) acts as an antioxidant to protect the cells and DNA which also promotes cellular health. Because vitamin E is fat-soluble, this means that it can stop the production of free radicals when the body breaks down fat for energy.