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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Vitamin E
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Percent of population 1 year old and over with adequated intakes based on average requirement for vitamin E for food sources

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Vitamin E Intake MapWyoming 14.6Wisconsin 12Wisconsin 12West Virginia 12.6Washington 18.7Virginia 14Virginia 14Vermont 14.3Utah 15.3Texas 14.1Texas 14.1Tennessee 9.9South Dakota 16.1South Carolina 15Rhode Island 14.3Rhode Island 14.3Pennsylvania 13.4Oregon 16.2Oklahoma 11.4Ohio 11.9North Dakota 16.1North Carolina 18.7North Carolina 18.7New York 12New Mexico 18.7New Jersey 12.6New Hampshire 14.3Nevada 14.6Nebraska 16.1Montana 14.6Missouri 13.8Mississippi 10.2Minnesota 18.3Michigan 14Michigan 14Massachusetts 14.3Maryland 14.1Maine 14.3Maine 14.3Louisiana 11.2Kentucky 10Kansas 16.1Iowa 16.1Indiana 14.7Illinois 12Idaho 14.6Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Hawaii 16.2Georgia 9.6Florida 11.4District of Columbia 13.3Delaware 12.6Connecticut 14.3Colorado 12.2California 15.8Arkansas 12.9Arizona 15Alaska 16.2Alabama 10
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Alabama 10.0
Alaska16.2
Arizona15.0
Arkansas12.9
California15.8
Colorado12.2
Connecticut14.3
Delaware12.6
District of Columbia13.3
Florida11.4
Georgia 9.6
Hawaii16.2
Idaho14.6
Illinois12.0
Indiana14.7
Iowa16.1
Kansas16.1
Kentucky10.0
Louisiana11.2
Maine14.3
Maryland14.1
Massachusetts14.3
Michigan14.0
Minnesota18.3
Mississippi10.2
Missouri 13.8
Montana14.6
Nebraska16.1
Nevada14.6
New Hampshire14.3
New Jersey12.6
New Mexico18.7
New York12.0
North Carolina18.7
North Dakota16.1
Ohio11.9
Oklahoma11.4
Oregon16.2
Pennsylvania13.4
Rhode Island14.3
South Carolina15.0
South Dakota16.1
Tennessee 9.9
Texas14.1
Utah15.3
Vermont14.3
Virginia14.0
Washington18.7
West Virginia12.6
Wisconsin12.0
Wyoming14.6

Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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