What foods are good sources of vitamin E for teens?

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Daphne Oz
Health Education
The following foods are good sources of vitamin E (measured in international units -- about a handful per serving):
  • Sunflower seeds (52 units)
  • Walnuts (22 units)
  • Almonds (21 units)
  • Hazelnuts (21 units)
  • Soybeans, dried (20 units)
  • Cashews (11 units)
  • Peanuts, roasted (11 units)
  • Lima beans, dried (8 units)
  • Brazil nuts (7 units)
  • Pecans (2 units)
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