Gamma-tocopherol is one of various vitamin E compounds which are a most prevalent form of vitamin E in plant seeds and in products which are derived from them that includes vegetable oils such as corn, sesame and soybean. Also nuts such as walnuts, peanuts and pecans are foods with rich gamma tocopherol.
Gamma-tocopherol shows that muscle cells made insulin resistant had greater uptake of glucose and improvement in insulin signaling when exposed to gamma-tocopherol. It involves in efficient disposal of glucose which is essential for athletes to speed glycogen synthesis and also for non-athletes to manage blood sugar and insulin levels.
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- Anti-inflammatory activity
Gamma tocopherol has better anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to control chronic inflammation associated diseases such as cancer, arthritis, neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease and cardiovascular disease.
- Prevent cancer
Cancer chemoprevention is a new way to manage cancer. Evidence shows that gamma-tocopherol acts as a powerful chemopreventive in comparison to alpha-tocopherol and effectively inhibits cancer cell proliferation. It helps to prevent prostate cancer.