January 2000 Issue
The Growing Allure Of Antioxidants: Are They Really All That?
"Antioxidant Vitamins May Help Heart Attack Victims," "Daily Supplements of Vitamins C and E Are Recommended," "Low Levels of Vitamin E Are Linked to Memory Loss."Headlines like these, extolling the health benefits of antioxidants, appear in the news regularly. In fact, they have become so common you could almost say, "Antioxidants may help protect against ______ " (fill in the blank with any condition or disease) and find a study to back it
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