Vitamin C lowers stroke risk, study finds

01/23/2008 | Reuters

People with higher concentrations of vitamin C were 42% less likely to suffer a stroke over a period of 10 years, a recent study of 20,000 U.K. residents found. Researchers recommend people eat a variety of fruit and vegetables, which contain vitamin C and other nutrients that may protect against stroke.

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