THE FLAWED STUDIES OF ANTIOXIDANTS
The Globe and Mail piece today assembles evidence that antioxidant supplements are not effective. Better to eat lots of fruits and vegetables.
We agree with the last statement but if you examine the evidence they cite, you will find studies that gave all their participants the same supplements – Vitamin A or Vitamin E or selenium or something else. Any of these nutrients are toxic if the person does not need them. Any of these nutrients require other nutrients cofactors to be successful.
All the nutrients work together so food sources are very important because they do have a variety of nutrients.
However, people can fail to get enough of this or that from their diets for many reasons. What then?
We have only spent about half a million dollars of our own money studying for, and finding, a solution.
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