Iron, zinc, and selenium—essential minerals for numerous enzyme functions—are abundant in sunflower seeds. They're vitamin E-rich.
Pressing entire wheat germ yields wheat germ oil. Vitamin E-rich oil tastes nutty.
Vitamin E, needed for energy and nerve impulses, is found in some shellfish.
Nuts are rich in vitamin E, but few seeds are. Almond and hazelnut oils are vitamin E-rich.
Butternut squash is a fall/winter favorite. Vitamin A and beta-carotene in the delicious, creamy flesh improve eye health.
Broccoli is a superfood. Iron, calcium, vitamin E, and prebiotic fibers feed good gut bacteria in this cruciferous veggie.
Avocados' smoothness, potassium, and healthy fats are praised. They are high in heart-healthy Mediterranean diet .
Vitamin E-rich cooking oils abound. Wheat germ oil leads. Hazelnut, almond, rice bran, grapeseed are particularly rich.
Iron-rich spinach is famous. One of the healthiest vegetables, it contains protein, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin E.
Red bell peppers include more of this immune-boosting vitamin. Vitamin E is almost 2 milligrams per medium sweet red pepper.