Mixed Tocopherols

Clean Keto Ingredient

What are Mixed Tocopherols?

Tocopherols are organic compounds derived from Vitamin E. There are four types of tocopherols: alpha, beta, gamma, and delta – tocopherols, slightly differing in molecular structure.

Tocopherols are antioxidants and are used in many processed food to help preserve freshness. They prevent cells from oxidizing, or in other words they protect cells from damage.

They are commonly found in cereals, baking mixes, and other products that can sit on a shelf for months. “Mixed tocopherols” are combinations of the four different types of tocopherols mentioned earlier. Each has a slightly different health advantage, so when mixed together, the body enjoys them all: protection from cardiovascular diseases, anti-inflammatory effects, diabetes prevention, and lowering hypertension.

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They are naturally occurring, have no carbs or calories and have health benefits including:

  • Protection from cardiovascular diseases
  • Anti-inflammatory effects
  • Diabetes prevention
  • Lowering hypertension

Possible Side Effects From Ingesting Mixed Tocopherols?

N/A as a food additive and if no allergies are present


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