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In a 7 year baseline survey and subsequent 18 year follow-up, 8,678 women were studied to determine if multivitamin use reduced the risk of cardiovascular disease death. When multivitamins were ...
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Arterial stiffness is a term to describe calcification and biological aging of the artery, oftentimes due to high blood pressure. It is more commonly knows as atherosclerosis, or thickening of ...
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A follow-up study was done on 4807 patients who participated in the population-based Rotterdam study. These patients were followed from 1990-2000 and had no history of heart attack at the ...
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In a follow-up of the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities (ARIC) Study, 264 patients were observed for an average of 12 years to evaluate the association of magnesium deficiency with risk ...
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In a systematic review of the scientific literature, Vitamin D was found to be protective against a wide range of health problems, including: Heart Disease Multiple Sclerosis Cancer Osteoporosis Autoimmune ...
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Seventy-seven patients with elevated LDL cholesterol and triglycerides were randomly assigned to a control group receiving placebo, two groups receiving orally administered rosuvastatin, a group receiving Bergamot alone orally (1000 ...
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Eighty men and women with high cholesterol were given a Bergamot-derived extract for 6 months. There was a 20% reduction in LDL, the unhealthy fraction of cholesterol; there was also ...
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Study participants (70,495) were members of a cohort study (the Vitamins and Lifestyle Study) who were residents of Washington State aged 50–76 years at the start of the study (2000–2002) ...
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An important measure of healthy heart function called Heart Rate Variability (HRV) was improved when 16 patients with heart failure were supplemented with 300 milligrams of magnesium citrate. These patients ...
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