Have you had, or are you prone to heart attack?
If you have, you may be deficient in VITAMIN E
Vitamin E and
A 1994 review of 5,133 Finnish men and
women aged 30-69 years also suggested that increased dietary intake of vitamin E
was associated with decreased mortality (death) from heart disease.
Previous studies have suggested that vitamin E reduces the risk of prostate cancer in male smokers, decreases the risk of Alzheimer's disease when taken with vitamin C and protects against Parkinson's disease.
More about Vitamin E
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