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Vitamin E Consumption and the Risk of Coronary Disease in Women

Vitamin E Consumption and the Risk of Coronary Disease in Women,10.1056/NEJM199305203282003,New England Journal of Medicine,Meir J. Stampfer,Charles H

Vitamin E Consumption and the Risk of Coronary Disease in Women   (Citations: 663)
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Journal: New England Journal of Medicine - N ENGL J MED , vol. 328, no. 20, pp. 1444-1449, 1993
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    • ...Several population-based observational and cross-sectional analyses indicated that a high dietary intake of antioxidants as well as higher plasma concentrations of vitamin E, vitamin C, and β-carotene may prevent cardiovascular disease (Eichholzer et al, 1992; Gey et al, 1987; 1991; 1993; 1993; Knekt et al, 1994; Osganian et al, 2003; 2003; Riemersma et al, 1991; Rimm et al, 1993; Stampfer et al, 1993) and cancer (Eichholzer et al, 1992; Stähelin et al, 1991; 1991; Tamimi et al, 2005; Zhang et al, 1999)...

    R. G. Bergeret al. Antioxidants in Food: Mere Myth or Magic Medicine?

    • ...Several observational studies suggested that the use of vitamin E supplements was associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease, two of the most influential coming from the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study [2] and the Nurses’ Health Study [3], both published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 1993...
    • ...Fig. 2 Vitamin E supplement use and risk of CHD in two observational studies [2, 3] and in a meta-analysis of RCTs [109]...

    George Davey Smith. Use of genetic markers and gene-diet interactions for interrogating po...

    • ...Despite compelling epidemiological [27-32] and preclinical [33,34] evidence supporting the use of antioxidant supplements, several large randomized trials [35-41] have not demonstrated significant benefits of antioxidant supplements on cardiac risk, with some possibility of increased risk [42-44]...

    Ather Aliet al. Effect of fruit and vegetable concentrates on endothelial function in ...

    • ...Several population-based observational and cross-sectional analyses indicated that a high dietary intake of antioxidants as well as higher plasma concentrations of vitamin E, C and β-carotene may prevent cardiovascular disease (Eichholzer et al, 1992; Gey et al, 1987, 1991, 1993a, 1993b; Knekt et al, 1994; Osganian et al, 2003a, 2003b; Riemersma et al, 1991; Rimm et al, 1993; Stampfer et al, 1993) and cancer (Eichholzer et al, 1992; Stähelin et al, 1991a, 1991b; Tamimi et al, 2005; Zhang et al, 1999)...

    R. G. BERGERet al. ANTIOXIDANTS IN FOOD—MERE MYTH OR MAGIC MEDICINE?

    • ...The association between VEI from food and/or supplements and CVD (myocardial infarction and/or stroke) events (fatal and/ or non-fatal) has been analyzed by the following nine prospective cohort studies: Health Professionals Follow-up Study (HPFS) (Rimm et al, 1993; Ascherio et al, 1999), Iowa Women's Health Study (IWHS) (Kushi et al, 1996; Yochum et al, 2000), Scottish Heart Health Study (SHHS) (Todd et al, 1999), Cancer Prevention Study II (CPS-II) (Watkins et al, 2000), Physician Health Study (PS) (Muntwyler et al, 2002), Nurses’ Health Study (NHS) (Stampfer et al, 1993), Finnish Cohort Study (FS) (Knekt et al, 1994), The Zutphen Study (ZS) (Keli et al, 1996), and one analyses from the Alpha-Tocopherol, Beta-Carotene Cancer Prevention Study (ATBC) (Hirvonen et al, 2000)...

    Zorabel Corderoet al. Vitamin E and Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases: A Review of Epidemiolog...

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