Vitamin E
Description :

Vitamin E is a nutrient that's important to vision, reproduction, and the health of your blood, brain and skin.
Vitamin E also has antioxidant properties. Antioxidants are substances that might protect your cells against the effects of free radicals — molecules produced when your body breaks down food or is exposed to tobacco smoke and radiation. Free radicals might play a role in heart disease, cancer and other diseases.

If you take vitamin E for its antioxidant properties, keep in mind that the supplement might not offer the same benefits as naturally occurring antioxidants in food.

Source :

Olives Oil

20.9 mg


Spinach salad

2.213 mg


Avocado

2.07 mg


Spinach

2.03 mg


Kiwi (Green)

1.46 mg


Duck egg

1.34 mg


Cranberries

1.32 mg


Goose egg

1.29 mg


Orange Roughy

1.2 mg


Blackberries

1.17 mg


Quail egg

1.08 mg


Pumpkin

1.06 mg


Chicken Egg

1.05 mg


Mango

0.9 mg


Apricot

0.89 mg


Raspberries

0.87 mg


Broccoli

0.78 mg


Guava

0.73 mg


Pepper (Banana)

0.69 mg


Carrots

0.66 mg


Pomegranate

0.6 mg


Blueberries

0.57 mg


Onion (Green)

0.55 mg


Tomatoes Red

0.54 mg


Onion (Welsh)

0.51 mg


Tomatoes Green

0.38 mg


Eggplant

0.3 mg


Strawberry

0.29 mg


Chicken Thigh

0.27 mg


Sweet Potato

0.26 mg


Coconut

0.24 mg


Lime

0.22 mg


Lime Juice

0.22 mg


Apple (Fuji)

0.18 mg


Apple (Gala)

0.18 mg


Lemon

0.15 mg


Lemon Juice

0.15 mg


Orange (navels)

0.15 mg


Pears (Asian)

0.12 mg


Pears (Bosc)

0.12 mg


Banana

0.1 mg


Garlic

0.08 mg


Cherries (Sour)

0.07 mg


Watermelon

0.05 mg


Cucumber

0.03 mg


Potatoes

0.01 mg


Potatoes (Red)

0.01 mg




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