March 2000 Issue
Should a Well-Dressed Salad Sport Vitamin E?
The Buzz: "Celebrate a life of wellness." So proclaim the labels on Kraft's new vitamin-E-fortified Taste of Life low-fat salad dressings, made for "Americans seeking out products with added nutritional value." Is salad dressing the place to go for a vitamin E boost? The Basics: As an antioxidant, vitamin E shields cells from free-radical damage. At higher amounts (100 to 400 International Units), it may help protect against heart disease (see story, page
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