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Are alpha-tocophérols vegan?

Alpha-tocophérols is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is alpha-tocophérols?

Alpha-tocopherols are a group of compounds that belong to the vitamin E family. They are naturally occurring antioxidants that can be found in various foods such as nuts, seeds, and vegetable oils. Alpha-tocopherols are renowned for their ability to protect cells from oxidative stress, which can cause damage to cell membranes and DNA. Studies have also suggested that they may play a role in maintaining heart and brain health, as well as supporting healthy skin. Due to their beneficial properties, alpha-tocopherols are often used as an ingredient in dietary supplements and fortified foods.

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