The other day, I was browsing this thread on the Vegan Freak forums and saw this in an interesting post from Kyle:
Also, just a quick health tidbit, vegans should be careful to limit thier consumption of corn, even the popped varity, as it blocks the absorbtion of B vitamins, including the all important B12. Once in a while is okay though.
I had never heard such a thing before and couldn’t find anything to back it up (and he said he didn’t remember where he saw it originally). But it got me to thinking, my God!, if this is true does this mean that the popcorn I eat three times a week is completely offsetting the nutritional yeast I put on it?
(This is certainly said with sarcasm, though I would be interested if anyone has any evidence that this particular claim has some scientific support.)