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Antioxidants 'don't help women most at risk of heart disease'

14th August 2007
Key antioxidants found in fruit, nuts and vegetables do not cut the risk of heart disease in those most at risk.  Vitamins C,E and beta carotene - which the body converts into vitamin A - have no effect on lowering the changes of heart disease or death in high-risk women.

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Article Information

Title: Antioxidants 'don't help women most at risk of heart disease'
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3746
Date Added: 14th Aug 2007


Birmingham Post

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