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A recent study by researchers at the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, GA., shows that person taking multivitamin can benefit from combining them with antioxidant vitamins, like vitamin E, to help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, as well as other related diseases... The study showed that the rate of mortality was 15 percent less among those persons who took the combination of antioxidants.
Vitamin E has been found to be very effective in preventing a wide array of diseases including heart disease, cardiovascular disease and stroke. This study, in Atlanta, looked at vitamins A,C, and E, all considered antioxidant vitamins.
In the study entitled "Multivitamin Use and Mortality in a Large Prospective Study," published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, five researchers from the Atlanta center reported on their research into the deaths of more than one million adults.
The researchers compared death rates of people who used vitamin E and other antioxidant vitamins in combination with multivitamins, for persons who used multivitamins alone, and for those persons who used the antioxidant vitamins only with the death rates of those who did not take any vitamins.
The results showed that those who used vitamin E, or other antioxidant vitamins in combination with their multivitamin, had a 15 percent lower risk of dying from heart disease or stroke than those who did not take vitamins.[The Institute of Nutrititional Science Journal, Vol. 5.8, July/August 2001]
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