March 2008 Issue
Carotenoids Plus E Guard Against Cataracts
Women whose diets are rich in the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin and get the most vitamin E from diet and supplements are less likely to develop cataracts. Thatís what researchers found after following more than 35,000 women for 10 years.
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