Vitamin E isn't produced in the body, so we need to get all our vitamin E requirements from diet or supplements.
What foods are high in Vitamin E?
- Vegetable oils, such as rapeseed, sunflower, corn and olive oil
- Nuts and seeds
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin, meaning that any excess is stored in the body until needed — you don't need to worry about consuming food rich in vitamin E every day, as long as you eat a healthy, balanced diet most of the time. If you are taking a vitamin E supplement, always follow the recommended dosage stated on the packaging.
Explore our range of vitamin E supplements for antioxidant support, including softgels and quick-release softgels.
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