Bio-Avail E+

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Bio-Avail E+ contains delta- and gamma-tocotrienols, a recently discovered form of vitamin E that has a wide range of positive effects, including improving lipid profiles, promoting cellular health, supporting healthy blood sugar levels, and improving bone health.

Bio-Avail E+ highlights:

Contains 300 mg of delta- and gamma-tocotrienols from the annatto plant, with no tocopherols

Supports muscles and joints

Promotes cellular health

Helps maintain eye and bone health

 Supports normal metabolic and cardiovascular function

Your Secret Weapon for Cellular Health and Longevity

What makes Bio-Avail E+ stand out?

Why add tocotrienols from Bio-Avail E+ to your health regimen?

Tocotrienols activate several compounds in the body that support muscles and joints.

Tocotrienols support healthy cholesterol and triglyceride metabolism, help maintain normal blood sugar and insulin levels, and promote normal vascular function and blood pressure.

Tocotrienols may help protect our cells from the many challenges we face in the modern world, from increased exposure to environmental toxins to poor diet to chronic stress.

Tocotrienols improve bone health and support the healthy function of the eyes through several different mechanisms.


The active ingredients in Bio-Avail E+, delta- and gamma-tocotrienols, are not heat sensitive. But the gel caps themselves can break if exposed to high temperatures for an extended period. We include the cold pack to prevent that from happening. The pack, and the Bio-Avail E+ bottle, will likely be warm when you receive them. That’s fine, and it won’t affect the stability or efficacy of the active ingredients. If the gel caps are broken or damaged, please reach out to so we can issue you a replacement.

Bio-Avail E+ is best taken with food. We recommend taking the single gel-cap serving with dinner, but it can be taken at any time of day.

Studies have shown that alpha-tocopherol, the most common form of vitamin E that is typically found in supplements, may interfere with the benefits of tocotrienols (, For this reason, most vitamin E researchers recommend avoiding alpha-tocopherol supplements and taking tocotrienols instead.

We get about 10 to 15 mg/d of tocopherols in our diet, mostly from foods like nuts, seeds, and vegetable oils. At this level, tocopherols have a beneficial or neutral effect.