antioxidant and other vitamin supplements DON'T decrease the risk of cancer

There's increasing evidence that antioxidant and other vitamin supplements DON'T decrease the risk of cancer.

There have been high hopes that antioxidants and other vitamins will decrease cancer, heart disease, and other risks.

This is because a high intake of fruits and vegetables has long been associated with a lower risk of cancer and other benefits.

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