Are antioxidant vitamins the antidote to fatty foods?

February 1998
Environmental Nutrition;Feb98, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p7
Answers a question on whether taking vitamins C and E before a high-fat meal could prevent a heart attack. Finding that eating a single high-fat meal limited the ability of arteries to dilate; Effects of taking antioxidant vitamins; Tips on preventing heart attacks.


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