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Should Anyone Take Vitamin E?

Researchers at UC Berkeley discovered vitamin E in 1922, and since then countless studies have been done on this still mysterious substance. Because its chief function seems to be as an antioxidant, neutralizing potentially harmful free radicals in the body, vitamin E became a superstar as the antioxidant theory of disease gained wider and wider attention. Would high doses of supplemental vitamin E prove to be the key to good health—preventing cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s, as well as producing glowing skin, good eyesight and other benefits? Studies have yielded contradictory findings, but so far the answer seems to be no.

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