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Antioxidant Chronic Disease Benefits Need Further Substantiation - FNB

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The relationship between vitamin C, vitamin E, selenium and carotenoids and the prevention of chronic diseases has not conclusively been proven, the Institute of Medicine's Food & Nutrition Board asserts.

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