Which foods have the most VITAMIN E?

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Do you know that vitamin E is one of the most essential nutrients to help our bodies function properly? Do you want to know how you can consume sufficient vitamin E so that your body can reap the benefits? Well, you can do that with this food list rich in vitamin E.

Thanks to this list containing food with the most vitamin E content, you can add them into your diet. We have therefore organised the foods that contain the most quantity of vitamin E along with the quantity for each 100gm. You just have to pick the ones you like the most or try some that you have never tried before.

  • Sunflower seeds 35.17 mg each 100gr. 16.18 mg per serving (46 g.)
  • Almonds 25.63 mg each 100gr. 36.65 mg per serving (143 g.)
  • Walnuts 23.75 mg each 100gr. 34.44 mg per serving (145 g.)
  • Hazelnuts 15.03 mg each 100gr. 17.28 mg per serving (115 g.)
  • Peanuts 8.33 mg each 100gr. 2.36 mg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Chilli 3.58 mg each 100gr. 3.22 mg per serving (90 g.)
  • Salmon 3.55 mg each 100gr. 3.02 mg per serving (85 g.)
  • Anchovies 3.33 mg each 100gr. 0.94 mg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Pistachio nuts 2.86 mg each 100gr. 3.52 mg per serving (123 g.)
  • Butter 2.32 mg each 100gr. 0.12 mg per serving (5 g.)
  • Avocado 2.07 mg each 100gr. 3.10 mg per serving (150 g.)
  • Tinned sardines 2.04 mg each 100gr. 3.04 mg per serving (149 g.)
  • Spinach 2.03 mg each 100gr. 0.61 mg per serving (30 g.)
  • Mustard Greens 2.01 mg each 100gr. 1.13 mg per serving (56 g.)
  • Chard 1.89 mg each 100gr. 0.68 mg per serving (36 g.)
  • Benefits of turnips Turnip leaves 1.62 mg each 100gr. 0.65 mg per serving (40 g.)
  • Red peppers 1.58 mg each 100gr. 2.35 mg per serving (149 g.)
  • Green cabbage 1.54 mg each 100gr. 0.25 mg per serving (16 g.)
  • Mackerel 1.52 mg each 100gr. 1.70 mg per serving (112 g.)
  • Parsnip 1.49 mg each 100gr. 1.98 mg per serving (133 g.)
  • Benefits of kiwi fruit Kiwi 1.46 mg each 100gr. 2.63 mg per serving (180 g.)
  • Smoked salmon 1.35 mg each 100gr. 0.38 mg per serving (28.35 g.)
  • Cranberries 1.32 mg each 100gr. 1.45 mg per serving (110 g.)
  • Octopus 1.2 mg each 100gr. 1.02 mg per serving (85 g.)
  • Squid 1.2 mg each 100gr. 0.34 mg per serving (28.35 g.)

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