There are a number of good
sources of Vitamin E, primarily vegetables. There are a variety
of foods that contain vitamin E which are also very healthy foods.
Bacteria in your intestines produce small amounts of vitamin K,
but to ensure that you are getting sufficient quantities through
your diet, be sure to include a variety of the following foods that
are good dietary sources of vitamin E
Vegetable Sources: Good vegetable sources include
broccoli, cabbage, brussel sprouts, spinach, kale, cauliflower,
and parsley. Dark geen vegetables like broccoli, spinach, and kale
are especially rich in vitamin E. Green leafy vegetables generally
provide about half of a person's daily intake.
Soy Sources: Fermented Asian soy foods such
as natto are an excellent source.
Oil Sources: Vegetable oils, includingn olive,
canola, soybean, and cottonseed oils also provide vitamin K.
Animal Sources: Cow liver, milk and eggs provide
smaller amounts of vitamin K.
Addtionally, small quantities are created by
certain bacteria located in the intestines.