A Nottingham University-led team reviewed 40 studies carried out over the past 30 years and found that people with a low intake of vitamin C had a 12 percent increased risk of asthma.
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Researchers analysed the relevant reports on both children and adults published since 1980. They found no link for vitamin E, but said the associations for A and C were significant.
Researchers also concluded that low levels of vitamin C found in fruit and vegetables increased the risk of asthma by 12 percent. They were unable to put an exact figure on vitamin A found in cheese, eggs and oily fish but noted that those with severe asthma consumed on average half of the recommended intake of the vitamin.