Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Does vitamin E reduce cardiovascular disease? Cardiovascular disease is a dangerous disease that affects the heart (Tsang). If not detected on time it can lead to serious complications that may eventually lead to death. A lot of arguments have emerged on whether vitamin E lowers the risk of attack by cardiovascular disease or vitamin E does not affect. This paper will discuss whether vitamin E reduces cardiovascular disease based on various books blogs and journals. In the first section the paper will discuss research based on two current books;the second part will discuss analysis based on two existing peer-reviewed journal articles and the last part will present study based on a blog. Discussion based on health promotion and aging by DavidHaber Pendulum effects have primarily characterized nutritional studies; several convincing results of studies have discovered a direct link between intake of vitamin E and protection to whether vitamin E reduces the chances of attack by cardiovascular disease maybe research in future could be able to show exactly the effects of vitamin E on heart diseases. Works citedTop of Form Curtis Andrea J Michael Bullen Loretta Piccenna and John J. McNeil. "Vitamin E Supplementation and Mortality in Healthy People: a Meta-Analysis of Randomised Controlled Trials." Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy. 28.6 (2014): 563-573. Print.Bottom of Form DeBruyne Linda K. Nutrition and Diet Therapy. Boston USA: Cengage Learning 2016 pp. 190-201. PrintTop of FormTop of Form Haber David. Health Promotion and Aging: Practical Applications for Health Professionals. Springer Publishing Company 2013 pp. 216-217. Print. Tsang Gloria. "Benefits of Vitamin E in Heart Disease?" HealthCastle.com. N.p. 2017. Web. 14 Nov. 2017.Bottom of Form Top of Form Top of Form Wenger Nanette K. "Coronary Heart Disease in Women: Evolution of Our Knowledge." (2015):271. Print. Bottom of Form Bottom of Form Bottom of Form [...]
title: Does Vitamin E Reduce the Risk for Cardiovascular Disease? Research paper must list and summarize 2 current books, 2 current peer-reviewed journal articles, and at least one other type of source (secondary source, news article, commentary or editorial, blog, podcast, and the like). Must include all work cites, must be in MLA format, all work cites must be in alphabetical order, font must be in times new roman, 12 pt. font. double spaced.