Features February 2013 Issue

Study Shows Multivitamins Don’t Reduce Cardiovascular Event Risk

The supplements may provide other health benefits, but the keys to avoiding a heart attack are still exercise, a healthy diet and medication adherence.

If youíre taking a multivitamin to help provide you nutrients that may be lacking in your regular diet, you may be experiencing better overall health. But a recent study found that multivitamin use isnít associated with a reduction in cardiovascular events, such as a heart attack, stroke or death from cardiovascular disease.

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