Sunflowers , you don't need sunflower oil , which is high in omega 6 - linoleic acid , but does have some alpha tocopherol , one of the isomers of vitamin E . Vitamin E has 8 isomers , alpha ,beta, delta and gamma tocopherol and alpha , beta, delta and gamma tocotrienol . Apparently there is a new isomer of Vitamin E found in Styrian pumpkin seed oil , from a special pumpkin grown in Austria and Slovenia. At the market we have a rep from Styrian Gold every Saturday Pumpkin Seeds Nutrition - Pumpkin Seed Oil - Styrian Gold
Coconut - some are better than others . The one I use has been tested out to have lauric acid content as high as 60% - It is the lauric acid which provides the anti microbial, anti fungal, anti viral , anti bacterial, anti protozoal activity.
Krill oil does have anti oxidant astaxanthin --- but a better source is "the source" Chlorella, split wall chlorella , and spirulina . This is a powerful anti oxidant. Plus the two marine greens I have mentioned also have digestible proteins and anti oxidant zeaxanthin, plus trace minerals , plus lutein, plus, plus plus.
Your Vitamin E , not necessary Sunflowers , got that covered and then some in the new oil. Vitamin needs to be whole and complex , not sythetic , not an isolate alpha tocopherol .
Looks at the powder supplements and you will see sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and spirulina -- you are covered !!