How complete is complete?

March 1994
Medical Update;Mar94, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p3
Academic Journal
Focuses on the growing popularity of antioxidants as a health supplement. Studies showing the health benefits of antioxidants; Incomplete amount of beta carotene, vitamin E and vitamin C in multivitamin-mineral combinations marketed by pharmaceutical companies; Ineffectiveness of vitamin E in lowering the risk of heart disease in some patients.


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