Study suggests antioxidants can help produce "bad" cholesterol

05/4/2004 | Forbes

A new study says antioxidants could help produce the lipoprotein type of cholesterol, contrary to the prevailing theory that vitamin E and similar antioxidants help maintain favorable cholesterol levels. Experiments show oxidation is required if the amount of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol produced in the liver is to be produced.

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