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Study finds little cardiovascular benefit from most nutritional supplements

CRN attacks study's findings, calls it "an all-out assault on nutrition"

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The supplements industry is calling a new study that finds few benefits from nutritional supplements on cardiovascular health “an all-out assault on nutrition and the critical role it plays in maintaining health and reducing the risk of chronic disease.”


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