Like vitamin C, vitamin E plays a significant role as an antioxidant, thereby protecting body tissue from the damage of oxidation. It is important in the formation of red blood cells and the use of vitamin K. Many women also use it to help minimize the appearance of wrinkles, and mothers use it to help heal minor wounds without scarring, as it is valued for its ability to soothe and heal broken or stressed skin tissue.
6-11 mg/day. (1 IU is equal to approximately .75 mg)
FRUITS: Avocado, Blackberries, Black Currants, Blueberries, Boysenberries, Cranberries, Guava, Kiwi, Mango, Nectarine, Papaya, Peach, Pomegranate
NUTS: Almond, Hazelnut, Pinenut, Sunflower seeds
LEGUME: Edmame, Pinto Beans
VEGETABLES: Butternut Squash, Parsnip, Potatoes, Pumpkin, Spirulina, Swiss Chard, Taro
ANIMAL SOURCE: Egg