May 2006 Issue
B Vitamins a Bust for Heart in Two Trials
Despite the fact that getting more of the B vitamins folic acid, B6 and B12 significantly lowers blood levels of homocysteine, B supplements do not seem to reduce cardiovascular risk.
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