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What foods are rich in vitamin e?

Green veggies. Some of the most rich source of vitamin E are in green veggies - spinach, kale & collard greens, swiss chard, mustard greens and broccoli. Red bell peppers have vitamin e. Tropical fruits are also a good source, as are some nuts, such as almonds when eaten raw. Read more...

What are some foods that are rich in vitamin e?

See List. All of the following foods are high in vitamin e: sunflower seeds, paprika and red chili powder, almonds, pine nuts, peanuts, basil and oregano, dried apricots, pickled green olives, cooked spinach, and cooked taro root. Read more...

Which foods are rich in vitamin e?

Nuts and fish. Good sources of vitamin a are oily fish, such as salmon, mackerel, and cod. Peanuts, almonds, and pine nuts are good sources of vitamin e, as is spinach. Read more...

Should I be avoiding foods rich in vitamin E and k?

Only if on coumadin (warfarin) I can't think of any reason for anyone to avoid foods rich in vitamin E (studies suggesting e is not safe used synthetic e- no evidence natural e is unsafe). Vitamin k is extremely beneficial but can interfere with coumadin (warfarin). But if on Coumadin (warfarin) you could still eat foods rich in vit. K & adjust dose accordingly. I do not like Coumadin (warfarin) partly because its effects on vit k- please see my comment. Read more...
Not necessarily. Good health requires small amounts of the fat-soluble vitamins a, d, e and k while larger amounts may be toxic. A diet rich in fruit, vegetables, whole grains and non-processed foods provides an adequate source of these and other vitamins. A reasonable level of sun exposure contributes to vitamin d formation. Read more...

I've eaten a lot of foods rich in vitamin E while pregnant (daily amounts well over RDA) I just read this can cause birth defects. Should I be worried?

Most likely not. and your Obstetrician will monitor the baby with regular scheduled ultrasounds. Read more...
It depends. IT depends on when the vitamin E was taken. Studies shows a link between excess vitamin E intake, in the month prior to conception and the first 2 months of pregnancy, and birth defects (70% more likely). Specifically congenital heart defects (9 times more likely). The recommended RDA for vitamin E in pregnancy is about 18 mg/day. One study link vitamin E intake > 14.9 mg with heart defects. Read more...

What are some food rich in vitamin a and e?

Various. Vitamin e is found in oils, meat, eggs, and leafy vegetables. Preformed vitamin a is found in liver, kidney, egg yolk, and butter. Beta-carotene (provitamin a) is found in green, leafy vegetables. Read more...

What are some foods rich in vitamin a and e?

Various. Vitamin e is found in oils, meat, eggs, and leafy vegetables. Preformed vitamin a is found in liver, kidney, egg yolk, and butter. Beta-carotene (provitamin a) is found in green, leafy vegetables. Read more...

Worried that I'm getting too much vitamin E (pregnant) - prenatals have 50ius and I eat a lot of almonds and other vit e rich foods. Problem?

Vitamin E toxicity. Probably not. In the short-term doses of vitamin E up to 1600 iu per day may have some ill effects. In long-term use, daily doses greater than 400 iu per day may induce some harm. See link at http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/126268-overview. Read more...

What food is high in vitamin E and c?

God made food. All the vitamins and minerals are found in natural foods that should constitute our diet, fruit and vegetables and some meat (we are omnivores because we possess canine teeth used by primitive man to tear chunks out of the meat). The trouble is that modern farming practices use phosphate fertilizer instead of manure (that recycled our essential minerals). So we probably need some supplements. Read more...