Vitamin E

Vitamin E - Sources of Vitamin E

The richest sources of vitamin E are cold-pressed crude vegetable oils, especially wheat germ, sunflower seeds, safflower, and soya bean oils. Eggs, butter, raw or sprouted seeds, and grains - especially whole wheat - are moderately good sources. Meats, fruits, and green leafy vegetables provide small quantities of this vitamin.

Rich Food Sources of Vitamin E - values per 100g
Wheat germ oil
Soya bean oil
Sunflower oil
Cashew nuts (dry roasted)
Brown Rice

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