October 2001 Issue
Do Vitamin E and Heart-Protective Statins Mix?
Vitamin E just canít seem to get any respect these days. The latest salvo came from research that pointed a finger at E for interfering with the ability of drugs known collectively as statins to boost blood levels of HDLís (high-density lipoproteins, the "good" cholesterol).
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