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ohelp 03-14-2014 03:45 PM

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Kathy13118 03-14-2014 04:52 PM

For the B vitamins, look for nutritional yeast. It is sold from the bins at Whole Foods (and I'm sure a lot of other health food stores) and it's also on supermarket shelves (check the nutrition and health foods areas of the supermaket). It's flaky, and a bit cheesy-tasting. I love it on popcorn and in pancakes - it does make them taste like they have parmesan seasoning.

If you see the 'Premium' variety of Bragg Nutritional Yeast, choose that. 1 tbsp has 1 gram fiber, 3 grams protein, and lots of iron and B vitamins, zinc and selenium. 1 tbsp alone gives you 140% of the daily value for B6. It's so high in those vitamins because it's fortified.

It's not cheap, however. You don't need much (a tbsp) so that makes it a good source. But the non-premium from a bin would be cheaper.

Look on the supermarket shelf for cereals that are rich in B vitamins - there are many choices there. Breakfast cereals are kind of expensive, too, so look for sales and check the serving sizes on the box.

For vitamin E, egg yolk is a source, also flaxseed oil. Check the oils on the supermarket shelf and see which are good sources - some are fortified with vitamin E and some are good sources alone. Read the nutrition information to choose the best. Same with spreadable tub margarines.

Breakfast cereals are good because they are often fortified with vitamin E. Look for that information.

Vegetables have vitamin E. Spinach, greens, squash, tomatoes, broccoli, peppers. Nuts and seeds are good sources, too.

Are you a vegetarian? Chicken and fish are good sources of vitamin E if you are not vegetarian.

Antonio413 05-22-2014 05:48 AM

Hi..!
There are many foods which highly rich with both vitamin.Best and cheap source for vitamin B are meal products, wheat and rice . And for vitamin E fish, nuts and sunflower seeds are the best .

fitterdebbie 06-02-2014 11:17 AM

Vitamins overload
 
There are a lot foods that contains Vitamin E such as tofu, broccoli, avocado, shrimps and nuts. As for Vitamin B, there are a lot of Bs so what do you really want to have?

yuvarajvarmas 06-10-2014 07:59 AM

For Vitamin B you can eat Graphs, mango, orange, pineapple, watermelon, beans, soy beans, in non veg chicken, eggs, cow milk, beef

for vitamin E papaya, guava, pomegranate, avocado, beans, and eggs

jenniferhiv6 06-25-2014 01:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Kathy13118 (Post 106596)
For the B vitamins, look for nutritional yeast. It is sold from the bins at Whole Foods (and I'm sure a lot of other health food stores) and it's also on supermarket shelves (check the nutrition and health foods areas of the supermaket). It's flaky, and a bit cheesy-tasting. I love it on popcorn and in pancakes - it does make them taste like they have parmesan seasoning.

If you see the 'Premium' variety of Bragg Nutritional Yeast, choose that. 1 tbsp has 1 gram fiber, 3 grams protein, and lots of iron and B vitamins, zinc and selenium. 1 tbsp alone gives you 140% of the daily value for B6. It's so high in those vitamins because it's fortified.

It's not cheap, however. You don't need much (a tbsp) so that makes it a good source. But the non-premium from a bin would be cheaper.

Look on the supermarket shelf for cereals that are rich in B vitamins - there are many choices there. Breakfast cereals are kind of expensive, too, so look for sales and check the serving sizes on the box.

For vitamin E, egg yolk is a source, also flaxseed oil. Check the oils on the supermarket shelf and see which are good sources - some are fortified with vitamin E and some are good sources alone. Read the nutrition information to choose the best. Same with spreadable tub margarines.

Breakfast cereals are good because they are often fortified with vitamin E. Look for that information.

Vegetables have vitamin E. Spinach, greens, squash, tomatoes, broccoli, peppers. Nuts and seeds are good sources, too.

Are you a vegetarian? Chicken and fish are good sources of vitamin E if you are not vegetarian.

This is what makes me decide to be a part of this board. So informative.

Ryan.W 01-12-2015 02:34 PM

Only eat everything fresh and you will bring vitamins in organizm.

Veronica131 01-04-2016 12:11 AM

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Originally Posted by ohelp (Post 106591)
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Type Viewersfacts and see many of vitamins there.

emse1989 01-04-2016 04:17 PM

Lol
 
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Originally Posted by Veronica131 (Post 119376)
Type Viewersfacts and see many of vitamins there.

LOL Viewersfacts is a review base site not selling vitamins there.

supriyanum1 01-07-2016 06:55 AM

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Originally Posted by rohitnum1 (Post 119469)
I will suggest u simple foods which u eat daily and it contain vitamin also
vegetable- carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, and kale
also milk, rise, eggs it also a source of protein
fruits-peaches, papayas, and mangos
U will be happy to know that ice cream is also contain huge amount of protein and vitamins.

It is very helpful and i think it will cost not much because we buy this as daily grocerry products.


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