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Top 10 foods rich in Vitamin E

Vitamin E actually consists of a variety of different nutrients called tocopherols and tocotrienols which are fat-soluble. These nutrients play the role of an antioxidant in the body, preventing damage to cells, reducing the risk of certain kinds of cancers, improving skin health and preventing degenerative conditions. In fact immunity levels improve when vitamin E is consumed, plus cholesterol levels drop.

The most natural way to get vitamin E is through natural foods. As the health benefits of vitamin E can be reduced by heat through cooking, it is best to eat these vitamin E-rich foods as fresh and raw as possible.

Below is a list of foods high in vitamin E by common serving size:

#1 Raw Pili Nuts

100g: 220 mg (1100% of DV)

#2 Raw Sunflower seeds 100g: 33.2 mg (166% of DV)

#3 Raw Almonds

100g: 26.2mg (127% of DV)

#4 Olive oil 100g: 14.3 mg (72% of DV)

#5 Raw Avocado

100g: 2.1 mg (10% of DV)

#6 Raw Spinach 100g: 2 mg (10% of DV)

#7 Fresh Mango

100g: 1.1mg (6% of DV)

#8 Raw Broccoli

100g: 0.8mg (4% of DV)

#9 Raw Papaya

100g: 0.7mg (4% of DV)

#10 Raw Sweet Potato 100g: 0.3 mg (1% of DV)

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