Canola, soybean and corn oil vitamin E are causing lung disease, asthma

Is vitamin E causing lung inflammation? Well, yes and no. It all depends on where the vitamin E comes from. Vitamin E supplements made from canola, soybean and corn are tied to a rising incidence of lung inflammation and, possibly, asthma according to the latest university study. Vitamin E gamma-tocopherol in canola, soybean and corn is actually associated with decreased lung function in humans. Vitamin E, alpha-tocopherol, on the other hand, is found in olive and sunflower oils and does the opposite by bringing better lung function. Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine says that there could be 4.5 million people in the U.S. with reduced lung function because of the rising amount of high gamma-tocopherol consumption. I relate this to cheap vitamins and even cheaper processed foods.

Yet another case of - man does not die, he kills himself...

Yet another case of – man does not die, he kills himself…

About Craig Stellpflug NDC

Craig Stellpflug is a NeuroDevelopment Consultant and a Certified Nutritional Consultant. Craig is a cancer nutritionist and child brain disorder specialist at Healing Pathways Medical Clinic in Scottsdale Arizona.
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