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Nutrient-dense food products improve cardiovascular health in frail elderly

ive effect of supplementation on these metabolites emphasizes the subclinical vitamin deficiency state in this group of frail elderly. Similar decreases in Hcy in previous studies predicted a 10% reduction in risk of coronary artery disease, but more data are needed to interpret what a 10% reduction of risk would mean in an elderly population. The overall decline in total Hcy and MMA in the supplemented population confirms previous research pointing to the need to decrease these metabolites, even when initial plasma vitamin concentrations are within normal ranges.


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Contact: Elizabeth Horowitz
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American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
21-Jan-2001


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