Vitamin E Questioned in Heart Disease Prevention Role

Harvard University researchers turned to the Physicians' Health Study, which began in 1982 and followed participants for up to 13 years to find out if vitamin E and carotenoids protected against heart disease. The researchers compared the levels of carotenoids and tocopherols in the blood of over 500 men who later had a heart attack with those of a control group of similar men who did not have a heart attack. Blood levels of five major carotenoids were measured, as well as levels of...

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