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Anti-inflammatory Dietary Supplement Promotes Cardiovascular Health, Study Finds

March 30, 2011: 08:38 PM EST
Two studies conducted by researchers from TNO Quality of Life (The Netherlands), one in transgenic mice and the other in overweight men, have found that intake of an anti-inflammatory dietary mix noticeably reduced signs of inflammation and atherosclerosis and the risk of cardiovascular disease. The mixture contained vitamins E and C, resveratrol, catechins from green tea extract, omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil and lycopene from tomato extract C. In the placebo-controlled human study, 36 overweight men consumed the anti-inflammatory supplement over five weeks. Researchers found that the volunteers had less inflammation and a better metabolism at the end of the study.
"Right diet substantially lowers cardiovascular risk", Press Release, TNO, March 30, 2011, © TNO
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