Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Vitamin E for the heart

Vitamin E was once recommended by doctors to prevent heart attacks, but the studies supporting that advice are contradicted by newer and better research. Vitamin E supplements are no longer recommended for prevention of either heart disease or cancer.

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