There are many factors that effect our heart health. One that you may not be as aware of is vitamin E.
A new study looked at over a 1,000 patients over about 2 years. Serum levels of vitamin E were measured. Over the two year follow-up period, those with the lowest levels of vitamin E had the highest risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
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