September 1996 Issue
Vitamin E: Does Evidence Defy Usual Advice To Rely on Foods, Not Pills?
(Second of a 2-part series on vitamin E.) The latest research on vitamin E's protective role against the nation's number one killer -- heart disease -- was reviewed in last month's EN. But this vitamin may do more. This month, we focus on vitamin E's other possible benefits, as well as food sources of vitamin E and supplement-savvy advice. Quelling Cancer. While the evidence isn't nearly as strong as it is for
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