Can a Simple Vitamin E Keep Cardiometabolic Syndrome at Bay?

Hadley, Massachusetts (March 2, 2022) Research continues to write the success story of tocotrienol.

Cardiometabolic syndrome, recognized as a disease entity by the World Health Organization, is a complex combination of metabolic and cardiovascular dysfunctions.1,2 Among lifestyle changes such as revamped diets and exercise schedules, dietary supplements provide adjunctive relief for many of the risk factors associated with the syndrome.

Vitamin E—known as a universal antioxidant—has been trialed variously in support of cardiometabolic health, often with conflicting and disappointing results.3 Without regard to its isomeric diversity, many have turned their back on vitamin E and its potential benefits for heart and metabolic health. Emerging clinical research, however, suggests tocotrienols to be far superior to their tocopherol cousins in providing cardiometabolic relief.

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About American River Nutrition, LLC

American River Nutrition (ARN) was founded in 1998 by Dr. Barrie Tan and is located in Hadley, MA.  ARN’s mission focuses on the scientific advancement of the health benefits of Bixa orellana, a tropically grown plant commonly known as annatto. ARN manufactures its products in Massachusetts at its state-of-art, GMP compliant, 24,000 square foot facility using a range of proprietary processes and technologies. To learn more, visit