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Researchers reported in Nutrition and Cancer that nonsmokers exposed to second-hand smoke can lower their cardiovascular risk by taking vitamin C supplements. They studied two groups of people exposed to second-hand smoke and found that those given 500 mg of vitamin C daily significantly lowered their levels of damaging compounds linked to tobacco smoke that promote plaque formation in the arteries.

(Source: Dr. Julian Whitaker’s Health & Healing newsletter, October 2003, Vol.13, No.10)

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