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15 Foods High In Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a group of powerful antioxidants that protect your cells from oxidative stress. Adequate vitamin E levels are essential for the body to function normally. If you don't get enough, you may become more prone to infections, experience impaired eyesight or suffer from muscle weakness. Fortunately, vitamin E is widespread in foods. As a result, you are unlikely to become deficient unless your nutrient absorption is impaired. Nevertheless, everyone should try to eat plenty of whole foods rich in vitamin E.

15 Foods High in Vitamin E

1. Wheat Germ Oil — 135% DV per serving

2. Sunflower Seeds — 66% DV per serving

3. Almonds — 48% DV per serving

4. Hazelnut Oil — 43% DV per serving

5. Mamey Sapote — 39% DV per serving

6. Sunflower Oil — 37% DV per serving

7. Almond Oil — 36% DV per serving

8. Hazelnuts — 28% DV per serving

9. Abalone — 23% DV per serving

10. Pine Nuts — 18% DV per serving

11. Goose Meat — 16% DV per serving

12. Peanuts — 16% DV per serving

13. Atlantic Salmon — 14% DV per serving

14. Avocado — 14% DV per serving


15. Rainbow Trout — 13% DV per serving