Information on Vitamin T

Little is known about vitamin T although it has been called the 'sesame seed factor'. It has also been found in egg yolks.

Vitamin T - Benefits

It is thought to strenthen red blood cells. Toxicity is unknown and supplements are not available.

Eating Sesame Seeds

Sesame seed paste, also known as tahini, is sold in health-food shops. It can be used by itself as a spread or dip, or made into hummus by the addition of chickpeas (garbanzo beans) as in the recipe opposite. Hummus is now widely available in supermarkets.

Note: Avoid sesame seeds, if you are prone to allergies.

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