Definition of Tocotrienol:

Form of vitamin E that differs from tocopherols by possessing three double bonds in its side chain rather than being saturated.  Tocotrienols have recently been isolated and have antioxidant capabilities greater than vitamins C and E.

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“...Vitamin E describes a family of compounds of the tocopherol and tocotrienol type.  The four major forms of vitamin E are alpha, beta, gamma, and delta tocopherol; with alpha tocopherol as the most active form...”
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