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34 Nuts and Seeds Highest in Vitamin E

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15mg Vitamin E = 100% DV
  1. 9.8mg (66% DV) in 1 oz
  2. 7.4mg (49% DV) in 1 oz
  3. 7.4mg (49% DV) in 1 oz
  4. 7.3mg (49% DV) in 1 oz (23 whole kernels)
  5. 6.8mg (45% DV) in 1 oz (22 whole kernels)
  6. 4.3mg (29% DV) in 1 oz
  7. 4.3mg (28% DV) in 1 oz (21 whole kernels)
  8. 3.9mg (26% DV) in 1 tbsp
  9. 3.8mg (26% DV) in 1 oz
  10. 2.7mg (18% DV) in 1 oz (167 kernels)
  11. 1.7mg (12% DV) in 1 oz
  12. 1.6mg (11% DV) in 1 oz (6 kernels)
  13. 1.4mg (9% DV) in 1 oz
  14. 0.8mg (5% DV) in 1 oz (49 kernels)
  15. 0.6mg (4% DV) in 1 oz
  16. 0.6mg (4% DV) in 1 oz (49 kernels)
  17. 0.6mg (4% DV) in 1 oz
  18. 0.4mg (3% DV) in 10 kernels
  19. 0.4mg (3% DV) in 1 oz (19 halves)
  20. 0.4mg (2% DV) in 1 oz
  21. 0.4mg (2% DV) in 1 cup, shredded
  22. 0.3mg (2% DV) in 1 oz
  23. 0.3mg (2% DV) in 1 oz (18 kernels)
  24. 0.3mg (2% DV) in 1 oz
  25. 0.2mg (2% DV) in 1oz
  26. 0.2mg (1% DV) in 1 oz (14 halves)
  27. 0.2mg (1% DV) in 1 oz (10-12 kernels)
  28. 0.2mg (1% DV) in 1 oz
  29. 0.2mg (1% DV) in 1 oz
  30. 0.2mg (1% DV) in 1 oz (10-12 kernels)
  31. 0.1mg (1% DV) in 1 oz
  32. 0.1mg (1% DV) in 1 oz
  33. 0.1mg (1% DV) in 1oz
  34. 0mg in 1 tbsp

Data Source: USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 28.

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