March 2000 Issue
Vitamin E Study Stirs Debate Over Whether to Supplement
The '90's was the decade of vitamin E. Nearly 20 population studies made news, several of them grabbing headlines for showing a strong link between a high intake of E and a reduced risk of heart disease. Vitamin E may also protect against a host of other chronic conditions, including cataracts, Alzheimer's disease and some cancers, as well as boosting immunity.HOPE for E Dashed? It's no wonder, then, that the negative findings from
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