Vitamin E Foods

What are the best food sources of Vitamin E?

Sources of Vitamin E

Vitamin E is rich in Nuts, Seeds and Vegetable oil. Listed out the food sources that are rich in Vitamin E.

Find here the nutritional facts of vitamin E vegetarian food sources.


Per 100gPer 91g(Per 1/5 package)
5.3mg (25% DV)4.8mg (23% DV)

Tofu is an excellent source of protein, iron, amino acids and calcium.


Per 100gPer 180g(Per Cup)
2.1mg (10% DV)3.7mg (18% DV)

Spinach is rich in protein, iron, minerals and vitamin E. It is also good in manganese, folate, magnesium, iron, copper, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin E, calcium, potassium, and vitamin C.


Per 100gPer 143g
26.2mg (127% DV)37.5mg (181% DV)

Nuts is a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and dietary fiber. Almonds is rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals. It prevents us from heart and respiratory diseases.

Sunflower seeds

Per 100gPer 135g
36.3mg (176% DV)49.1mg (237% DV)

Sunflower seeds is a rich source of vitamin E and its highly effective in reducing the type 2 diabetics.


Per 100gPer(150g) Per cup cubed
2.1mg (10% DV)3.1mg (15% DV)

Avocado helps our body to absorb the fat soluble nutrients.

Olive oil

Per 100gPer 14g
14.4mg (69% DV)2.0mg (10% DV)

Olive oil is obtained from the olive plant. Its the main source of vitamin E and it helps in the enrichment of skin and hair.


Per 100gPer 156g
1.5mg (7% DV)2.3mg (10% DV)

Broccoli is an excellent source of Vitamin E, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Selenium.

Wheat germ oil

Per 100gPer 218g
149 mg326 mg

Wheat germ oil is rich in fatty acids, fiber, proteins, anti-oxidants and vitamin E.

Canola oil

Per 100gPer 224g
14.8 mg33.2 mg

Canola oil have mono-unsaturated oleic acid, vitamin E and vitamin K.

Sunflower oil

Per 100gPer 28g(1 ounce)
41.1 mg11.5 mg

Sunflower oil is a good source of omega-6 fatty acid and vitamin E. It helps in the growth of healthier skin and hair.

Almond oil

Per 100gPer 218g
39.2 mg85.5 mg

Almond oil is good in vitamin D and vitamin E. It is good for our heart, skin and brain.

Safflower oil

Per 100gPer 28g
34.1 mg9.5 mg

Safflower oil is useful in muscle contractions and boost up the hair and skin health.

Palm oil

Per 100gPer 216g
15.9 mg34.4 mg

Palm oil is high in saturated fat content and rich in vitamin E.


Per 100gPer g
2.9 mg1.6 mg

Turnip is a root vegetable which is rich in the minerals like copper, manganese and vitamin E.

Dark leaf greens

Per 100gPer 360g
0.3 mg1.0 mg

Dark leaf greens is the most nutritious food, rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K.

Sesame oil

Per 100gPer 218g
1.4 mg3.1 mg

Sesame oil acts as an Antioxidant, Anti-diabetic and Anti-inflammatory. It also has properties to enhance the skin and hair.


Per 100gPer 177g
1.5 mg2.6 mg

Kiwi or Chinese gooseberry is rich in omega 3 fatty acid.


Per 100gPer 116g
1.1 mg1.2 mg

Pumpkin is a squash plant which is rich in potassium. It is also rich in vitamin A and Carotenes.

Sweet Potatoes

Per 100gPer g
1.0 mg0.6 mg -

Sweet Potatoes is rich in carbohydrates, dietary fiber and beta-carotene. It is also rich in vitamin E and vitamin A.


Per 100gPer 165g
1.1 mg1.8 mg

Mango fruit is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and Diatery fibers. Its low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium.


Per 100gPer g
0.7 mg1.0 mg - 140g

Papaya is a vitamin A, vitamin E carotenes, vitamin C and other phyto-nutrients.

Non - Vegetarian`


Per 100gPer 191g
1.3 mg2.4 mg

Rock Fish is an excellent source of lean proteins.

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