Nuts and Seeds

"Boost vitamin E with almonds, sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, and pine nuts. Snack on almonds or toss seeds into salads for a daily dose!"

Vegetable Oils

Vegetable oils, such as sunflower oil, wheat germ oil, and safflower oil, are excellent sources of vitamin E. Use these oils in your cooking or as salad dressings.

Green Leafy Vegetables 

"Elevate your vitamin E intake by adding spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and other dark greens to your salads or as side dishes."

Fortified Foods 

Some breakfast cereals, margarine, and other processed foods are fortified with vitamin E. Check food labels to identify fortified products.


Certain fish, such as salmon and rainbow trout, contain vitamin E. Include fish in your diet as a source of healthy fats and additional nutrients.


Fruits like avocados and kiwi contain vitamin E. Incorporating these fruits into your diet not only provides vitamin E but also offers other essential nutrients.


Shrimp and lobster are examples of shellfish that contain vitamin E. Including these in your diet can contribute to your overall nutrient intake.


Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable that contains vitamin E. Steam or lightly cook broccoli to preserve its nutritional content.

Whole Grains 

Whole grains, such as wheat germ, provide vitamin E. Opt for whole grain products like whole wheat bread and brown rice.

Dairy Products 

"Enjoy a modest vitamin E boost from certain cheeses and other dairy products, though their levels are not as high as in other sources."