Vitamin E can naturally be found in many foods. Nuts, seeds, and vegetable oils have the highest levels and a fair amount can also be found in leafy greens, fortified cereals, and some fruits. To get more specific, here are some good to decent sources respectively: wheat germ oil, almonds, sunflower seeds and oil, hazelnuts, peanuts, corn oil, spinach, broccoli, kiwis, mangoes, and spinach. In the U.S., most people get their vitamin E from oils.
Daily amounts of Vitamin E can also be found in avocados which is considered a super food. Along with vitamin E, there is an abundance supply of good fats and important vitamins and minerals.
Vitamin E is available naturally through many foods. Seeds, nuts, vegetable oils (soybean, canola, corn, sunflower), and green leafy vegetables are all great sources for the vitamin. Most Americans receive their Vitamin E through vegetable oils and food products. When natural sources are not enough, there are foods with Vitamin E and supplements that are available.
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