10 Fruits and Vegetables High in Vitamin E
Last updated on March 31, 2011
Vitamin E is actually a group of vitamins, most of which are not available in supplement form. Eating a variety of foods high in vitamin E allows the body to benefit from its anti-oxidative and anti-aging effects. Here are 10 fruits and vegetables high in vitamin E.
Almonds contain 35.9 mg per cup or 179% of the RDA.
Sunflower seeds contain 33.4 mg of vitamin E per cup of roasted kernels or 167% of the RDA.
Wheat germ contains 18.1 mg per cup or 90% of the RDA. Wheat germ oil contains 20.2 mg per tbsp or 101% of the RDA.
Roasted hazelnuts contain 15.3 mg per cup or 76% of the RDA.
Spinach contains 3.7 mg per cup or 19% of the RDA.
Swiss chard contains 3.3 mg per cup or 17% of the RDA.
Mango contains 1.8 mg per cup or 9% of the RDA.
Jumbo olives contain 1.7 mg per 100 grams or 8% of the RDA.
Papaya contains 1 mg per cup or 5% of the RDA.
Blueberries contain 0.8mg per cup or 4% of the RDA.