Another study Multivitamins May Reduce the Risk of Heart Disease
Long-term regular consumption of a multivitamin may reduce the risk of dying from heart disease by 16 per cent, according to a new study. Intakes of vitamin E over 215 milligrams per day over the course of ten years were also associated with a 28 per cent reduction in the risk of death from cardiovascular disease, according to findings.
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Omega-3’s and Obesity
Increased blood levels of the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA are linked to a lower incidence of obesity, suggesting a role for fish oils in weight management. New findings indicate that overweight and obese people have blood levels of omega-3 fatty acids almost 1 per cent lower than people with a healthy weight.
Our findings suggest that omega-3 Polyunsaturate fatty acids (PUFA) may play an important role in weight status and abdominal adiposity (fat accumulation), wrote the researchers.
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Taurine and Homocysteine Reduction
Taurine supplementation demonstrated a remarkable ability to significantly decrease homocysteine levels after only four weeks of use. Homocysteine is an amino acid product of methionine metabolism (another amino acid), and is associated with cardiovascular disease and dementia.