March 2006 Issue

Six Deaths Halt Study of Arginine for Heart

If you’ve had a heart attack and are taking L-arginine supplements, stop, urge Johns Hopkins researchers. The amino acid supplement does not improve vascular health and may actually increase your risk of dying, especially if you’re over 60.

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