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Analysis Finding Low Cardio Benefit From Nutrients Has Critics In Industry, Science

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Meta-analysis finds omega-3 and folate can benefit heart-related health, but says association is weak and a combination of calcium and vitamin D may increase risk of stroke. CRN says study is a “coordinated, all-out assault on nutrition” with “major” limitation of omitting epidemiological studies.

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