Scientists at Northwestern University School of Medicine have found humans react differently to vitamin E depending on the source. For example, gamma-tocopherol levels in the blood were associated with lung inflammation. Gamma-tocopherol is found in soybean, corn and canola oils. Meanwhile, alpha-tocopherol, the type of vitamin E in olive, wheat germ, almond and sunflower oils, was linked to better lung function.

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