Avocado is low in carbohydrates and rich in fiber. Although it contains high fatty acids, it has very low level of cholesterol. With just 1 piece, you will get 20% of the daily required intake of vitamin E. Including avocado in your diet will keep you satiated and full because it’s creamy with lots of healthy and beneficial fats. One whole avocado provides 2.68 mg of vitamin E.
5. Wheat Germ
Wheat germ is an extract from the wheat seed. One cup of uncooked wheat germ provides 18 mg of vitamin E. It is a bountiful source of complex carbohydrates, protein, fiber, and energy. It contains high levels of vitamins E, vitamin B and folate as well as minerals and other nutrients that keeps the body healthy.