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Top 50 Foods with the greatest value in vitamin E


Reminder: according to your Nutritional Profile, your recommended intakes in vitamin E are 15mg.

Top 10: Foods with the greatest value in vitamin E
foodintakes
per portion
Wheat germ oil (10ml)
14mg92%
Sunflower Seed Kernels (30g)
11mg70%
Hard Roe (100g)
9mg60%
Almond (30g)
7.7mg51%
Fish portions and sticks, frozen and reheated (100g)
6.9mg46%
Conch (100g)
6.3mg42%
Snail (125g)
6.3mg42%
Nachos with cheese (140g)
5.7mg38%
Candied Ginger Root (30g)
5.2mg35%
Eel (100g)
5.1mg34%




Foods with the greatest value in vitamin E: 11-40
foodintakes
per portion
Raw Abalone (125g)
5mg33%
Sugar-coated Almonds (40g)
4.9mg33%
Hazelnuts (30g)
4.6mg31%
Hazelnut oil (10ml)
4.3mg29%
Almond Butter (15ml)
3.9mg26%
Almond Paste (30ml packed)
3.9mg26%
Sunflower Seed Butter (15ml)
3.7mg25%
Corn Chips (50g)
3.6mg24%
Spaghetti Sauce (125ml)
3.2mg21%
Candies, bars, Mars almond (40g)
3.1mg21%
Scampi (100g)
3mg20%
Frozen Spinach (85g)
3mg20%
Avocado (140g)
2.9mg19%
Carrot juice (250ml)
2.9mg19%
Oriental Mix Snacks (50g)
2.8mg19%
Pine Nuts (30g)
2.8mg19%
Rainbow Trout (100g)
2.8mg19%
Scrambled Egg (110g)
2.8mg18%
Grapeseed oil (10ml)
2.7mg18%
Fried Shrimps (entree) (100g)
2.5mg17%
Peanuts (50g)
2.5mg16%
Nachos with cheese, beans, ground beef and peppers (140g)
2.5mg16%
Swordfish (100g)
2.4mg16%
Salted canned Tuna (100g)
2.3mg15%
Homemade French Salad Dressing (30ml)
2.3mg15%
Dandelion greens (65g)
2.2mg15%
Shrimp (100g)
2.2mg15%
Canned Navy Beans (250ml)
2.2mg14%
Boiled Dandelion greens (85g)
2.1mg14%
Barbecue Potato chips (50g)
2mg14%





Food group ranking ordered by value in vitamin E

Food group ranking ordered by value in vitamin E
Food
Group
max intakes
per portion
Fats, Oils14mg92%
Nuts, Seeds11mg70%
Finfish, Shellfish9mg60%
Sweets5.2mg35%
Legumes3.9mg26%
Soups, Sauces, Gravies3.2mg21%
Vegetables, Vegetable Products3mg20%
Fruits, Fruit Juices2.9mg19%
Snacks2.8mg19%
Dairy, Egg Products2.7mg18%
Mixed Dishes2mg14%
Lamb, Veal, Game1.9mg13%
Poultry Products1.7mg12%
Baked Products1.7mg11%
Fast Foods1.6mg11%
Cereals0.87mg6%
Beef Products0.66mg4%
Pork Products0.55mg4%
Sausages, Luncheon Meats0.31mg2%
Beverages0.17mg1%
Spices and Herbs0.15mg1%
Breakfast Cereals0.075mg1%
Plain WatersNR
Sparkling WatersNR





Vitamin E: daily intakes recommendations

Vitamin E: daily intakes recommendations
GenderAgeDaily Intakes Recommendations
Manfrom 14 years old15mg
Womanfrom 14 years old15mg
Pregnant Womanbetween 14 and 50 years old15mg
Breastfeeding Womanbetween 14 and 50 years old19mg