November 2007 Issue
No Magic Antioxidant Pill .Try Food Instead
Researchers know that oxidative damage is a culprit in heart disease and stroke. It seems logical that antioxidant supplements might help prevent cardiovascular disease. But a recent study found no evidence that supplementing with antioxidant nutrients offers any protection for the heart.
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