2)- Sunflower Seeds – Sunflower seeds are also good source of vitamin E .100 g of Sunflower seeds contains 36.6 mg of Vitamin E. Sunflower oil is a good source too, providing 5.6 mg of the vitamin and 120 calories.
3)- Spinach – Spinach is loaded with vitamin E and many other essential nutrients like Iron , Antioxidants and Fiber. We can add Spinach in our salad or sandwiches to make them extra healthy.
4)- Papaya – Papaya is most commonly known as Vitamin C rich fruit but it also contain a good amount of Vitamin E . One fresh papaya can meet your 17% daily Vitamin E requirement. You can add fresh papaya to fruit smoothie.
5)- Olive – Olive is a great source of Vitamin E . You can also use olive oil instead of your mustard oil as olive oil contain a good amount of Vitamin E and very less amount of calories.
6)- Peanuts – Peanut are also another well known source of Vitamin E . A 100g serving will provide 6.9mg (46% DV) of vitamin E. We can use use Peanut butter as it is good in taste and rich in vitamin E.
7)- Wheat Germ – Wheat germ is another richest source of Vitamin E . Just one tbsp of wheat germ oil is believed to provide 100% of your daily Vitamin E requirement.
8)- Kiwi – Kiwi is another rich sorce of vitamin E . It is also rich in Vitamin C . 1 medium sized kiwi contains 1.1 mg of Vitamin E. You can also make fruit smoothie to get their best.
9)- Avocado – Avocado is another rich source of Vitamin E. 1 Avocado contains 4 mg of Vitamin E.
10)- Turnip Green – Turnip green is another well known and rich source of Vitamin E . It is little bitter in taste but having a high nutritious value. Half a cup of Vitamin E contains 2.9mg of Vitamin E.