10 Foods High in Vitamin E

Vitamin E, also known as Tocopherol is a fat-soluble vitamin. It is an antioxidant along with Vitamin A and Vitamin C; being a natural antioxidant, it helps in the protection of tissues from damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are present in processed foods, high fat foods and burnt food. They can harm cells, tissues, and organs. They are believed to play a role in certain conditions related to aging.
Antioxidants are required to keep the immunity strong to fight against viruses and bacteria. Vitamin E also protect against heart disease, cancer, and age-related eye damage (macular degeneration) as well as protecting the skin against wrinkles.
Foods High in Vitamin E are:

  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Almonds
  • Avocados
  • Spinach
  • Kiwi fruit
  • Broccoli
  • Olives
  • Pumpkin
  • Papaya
  • Hazelnuts

Let us read about the Food Sources of Vitamin E in details:

1. Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

Almost all oil seeds are rich in Vitamin E and contain good amounts of essential fatty acids. It is easy to carry these seeds and they make crunchy snacks to your binge eating replacement. You can munch them with your evening tea or coffee with zero guilt.
Sunflower seeds along with being a good source of Vitamin E, they contain essential fatty acids which promote good cardiovascular health eliminating LDL cholesterol and rich in antioxidants. These seeds can be eaten along with salads or in smoothies.

2. Almonds

Almonds

Are you fond of them? Then you will be happy to know that they are rich in Vitamin E and are healthy sources of good cholesterol. They are relatively high in calories but are totally worth it. If you are not able to consume them as raw, they can be added to a glass of milk, in milkshakes or smoothies.

3. Avocado

Avocado

Avocado is a good source of Vitamin E and fats. It guarantees a good cholesterol level and gives you the creamiest textures required for a mashed vegetable on a toast. You can also make it and add it in your pies.

4. Spinach

Spinach

Not only it is a good source of Vitamin E but also relatively good source of fiber, vitamin K and Vitamin C. You can use it starting from salads to vegetables, on your pizza, in pasta and even to raviolis.

5. Kiwi

Kiwi

The nutrients present in this fleshy fruit are: vitamin C, vitamin K, vitamin E along and potassium. A healthy amount of antioxidants and fiber are also present in it.

6. Broccoli

Broccoli

It is a famous vegetable used for detoxification as it helps to keep cholesterol at lower levels. Good source of omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium, zinc, calcium, selenium, and Vitamin B1.

7. Olives

Olives

Olives are always there on your pizza and if you miss it there, you won’t like your cheesy pizza or in Martinis. You can also pickle them to enhance the vitamin C content. Use it abundantly in your salads and eat them raw as snacks..

8. Pumpkin

Pumpkin

Pumpkin is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin E and if a twist of lemon ids added to the cooking preparation, it will be a complete pack of antioxidants enriched with Vitamin C as well. It is well known for its mashed version and in curries or even pastas. Enjoy Pumpkin delicacies.

9. Papaya

Papaya

This delicious tropical fruit is a rich source of Vitamin E having a proteolytic enzymes called as Papain. It is an excellent tenderizer for meat preparation and a cure for the constipated. It is one of the many fruits which gives maximum health benefits and is available in both winters and summers to give you forever good health.

10. Hazelnuts

Hazelnuts

How can you imagine hazelnuts without chocolate? Well, it is undoubtedly rich in Vitamin E but it cannot be eaten alone since it has a nutty texture which can only jell along with a smooth texture. Consume with your chocolate sauce, salad, butter and cookies.

ENJOY THE GOODNESS OF VITAMIN E- TEAM NUTRIFYT