Is Vitamin E Bad For Your Asthma?
Peanuts, shellfish and dairy are just a few common food allergies that may trigger asthma attacks, but in addition to watching out for the foods they eat, people with food allergies should also be mindful of the oils they cook their foods in.
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Researchers from Northwestern University found that gamma-tocopherol, a type of vitamin E, is linked to reduced lung function and a higher incidence of lung disease in the U.S. These gamma-tocopherols can be found in soybean (vegetable), corn and canola oils.