Antioxidants and Heart Disease

The use of high-dose antioxidant supplements, such as vitamins E and C, and others like selenium and beta-carotene, have been widely touted in the popular press as being useful for treating and preventing heart disease. In theory, antioxidant supplements were believed to help slow or stop the clogging of arteries by blocking oxidative damage to cholesterol-rich particles believed to contri...

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