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  • antioxidants, vitamin e, beta carotene & cardiovascular disease

    Antioxidants, Vitamin E, Beta Carotene & Cardiovascular Disease

    Overall, 81,788 patients were included in the vitamin E portion of the meta-analysis and 138,113 in the beta carotene portion. The CCF researchers looked for the effect of antioxidant vitamins on death rates, either from cardiovascular disease or from any other cause (“all-cause mortality”).

  • heart disease and antioxidants, vitamin e, and beta-carotene

    Heart Disease and Antioxidants, Vitamin E, and Beta-Carotene

    Vitamin E and Beta-Carotene Supplements Antioxidants you get from eating certain foods are a big part of a heart -healthy lifestyle. You'll get plenty from fruits, veggies, whole grains, beans

  • a randomized factorial trial of vitamins c, e, and beta

    A Randomized Factorial Trial of Vitamins C, E, and Beta

    The Women’s Antioxidant Cardiovascular Study (WACS) was designed to test the effect of three antioxidant agents, vitamins C, E, and beta-carotene, on prevention of CVD among women at high risk. It used a factorial design, enabling a comparison for each agent alone as well as interactions among them.

  • antioxidant consumption and risk of coronary heart disease

    Antioxidant Consumption and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease

    Investigations of the Disease-Preventive Effects of Dietary Antioxidants in Humans. Although the antioxidant defense system includes both endogenously and exogenously (diet) derived compounds, dietary antioxidants including vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (eg, α-tocopherol), and β-carotene (provitamin A) have received the greatest attention with regard to coronary heart disease

  • effect of antioxidant vitamin supplementation

    Effect of Antioxidant Vitamin Supplementation

    Additionally, beta-carotene led to a small but significant increase in total mortality and cardiac death. Another important review concluded that no evidence to support antioxidant vitamin (beta-carotene, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, and selenium) supplements for primary or secondary prevention. This conclusion was similar to our current study.

  • antioxidants: health benefits and nutritional information

    Antioxidants: Health benefits and nutritional information

    Vitamin E: Nuts and seeds, sunflower and other vegetable oils, and green, leafy vegetables Beta-carotene : Brightly colored fruits and vegetables, such as carrots, peas, spinach, and mangoes

  • antioxidants: in depth | nccih

    Antioxidants: In Depth | NCCIH

    The Women’s Antioxidant Cardiovascular Study found no beneficial effects of vitamin C, vitamin E, or beta-carotene supplements on cardiovascular events (heart attack, stroke, or death from cardiovascular diseases) or the likelihood of developing diabetes or cancer in more than 8,000 female health professionals, aged 40 years or older, who

  • antioxidant vitamins and cardiovascular disease

    Antioxidant vitamins and cardiovascular disease

    The present manuscript gives a brief overview of the relationship between natural antioxidants (specially vitamin C, vitamin E and beta-carotene) intake and the risk of CVD. Publication types Review

  • antioxidants - health encyclopedia - university of rochester

    Antioxidants - Health Encyclopedia - University of Rochester

    The Women's Antioxidant Cardiovascular Study looked at vitamin C, vitamin E, and beta-carotene. It found that these didn’t prevent heart disease or stroke in women ages 45 to 65. But it did decrease the risk in women age 65 and older. Antioxidants may delay the start of macular degeneration. This is an eye disease.

  • antioxidants and cancer prevention - national cancer institute

    Antioxidants and Cancer Prevention - National Cancer Institute

    Examples of dietary antioxidants include beta-carotene, lycopene, and vitamins A, C, and E (alpha-tocopherol). The mineral element selenium is often thought to be a dietary antioxidant, but the antioxidant effects of selenium are most likely due to the antioxidant activity of proteins that have this element as an essential component (i.e