Oh, yeah, the vitamin E. I have to wonder how necessary this actually is considering how rare it seems to be in food. Anyone else?
This is the one thing I'm always low on in cronometer. I usually am able to meet about 80-85% of nutritional needs except for that one. I think that is pretty good considering I'm usually eating only 12-1400 calories. I'd be way over 100% if I was eating 2,000. Plus like I mentioned earlier, it is all from sources that I'm sure are providing more nutrition than is being shown on their program.