vitamin E

If the fear mongers about GMO foods don't get their way, new strains of potatoes genetically engineered to contain beta-carotene and alpha-tocopherol (vitamins A and E) could potentially reduce vitamin deficiencies in areas of the developing world, where potatoes are staple foods.
In a post on her website, Khloe Kardashian expresses her love for Vitamin E. And while the benefits of this antioxidant have been well established, she wrongly recommends its use for strengthening of the vaginal lining.
Another one bites the dust well, it s actually the same one: vitamin E, when fed to mice, led to increased cancer cell growth. OK, only a mouse study, right? But similar to some human results as well: why take the risk?