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What foods give you vitamin E?

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You can get vitamin E from foods including broccoli (boiled), avocado, chard, mustard and turnip greens, mangoes, nuts, papaya, pumpkin, red peppers, spinach (boiled), and sunflower seeds.

From: Super Foods for Optimal Health WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

WebMD Medical Reference: ''Antioxidants -- Topic Overview;'' ''Spring Allergies;'' "Vitamins and Supplements Lifestyle Guide;" and "Food Sources for Vitamins and Minerals."

U.S. Department of Agriculture: ''Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) of Selected Foods.''

MedicineNet: “Vitamin and Calcium Supplements.”

National Institutes of Health: ''Facts About Dietary Supplements: Zinc;'' ''Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Selenium;'' ''Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Vitamin A and Carotenoids;'' and ''Vitamin E.''

Oregon State University Micronutrient Information Center: ''Vitamin C.''

Scott Berliner, supervising pharmacist, Life Science Pharmacy, Harriman, NY.

WebMD Health News: ''Can Celery Help Cut Brain Inflammation?''

WebMD Features: ''Health Benefits of Tea'' and ''How Antioxidants Work.''

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on October 18, 2017

SOURCES:

WebMD Medical Reference: ''Antioxidants -- Topic Overview;'' ''Spring Allergies;'' "Vitamins and Supplements Lifestyle Guide;" and "Food Sources for Vitamins and Minerals."

U.S. Department of Agriculture: ''Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) of Selected Foods.''

MedicineNet: “Vitamin and Calcium Supplements.”

National Institutes of Health: ''Facts About Dietary Supplements: Zinc;'' ''Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Selenium;'' ''Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Vitamin A and Carotenoids;'' and ''Vitamin E.''

Oregon State University Micronutrient Information Center: ''Vitamin C.''

Scott Berliner, supervising pharmacist, Life Science Pharmacy, Harriman, NY.

WebMD Health News: ''Can Celery Help Cut Brain Inflammation?''

WebMD Features: ''Health Benefits of Tea'' and ''How Antioxidants Work.''

Reviewed by Kathleen M. Zelman on October 18, 2017

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