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SURPLUS ANTIOXIDANTS MAY INDUCE HEART FAILURE

Good morning dear friends and fellow colleagues, There is a latest update. Surplus antioxidants may induce heart failure, finds a study. BIRMINGHAM- Ala , Researchers at the University of Alabama have found that antioxidant based therapeutic approaches may lead to reductive stress which is pathological. Reductive stress due to surplus antioxidants may cause pathological heart enlargement and diastolic dysfunction and may induce heart failure. This discovery may have clinical importance in the management of heart failure. This study has been published in journal Antioxidants and Redox signaling. Regards and thanks, Dr Sepuri Tirumala Devi.

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An informative post - Thanks mam . At least this study will be a guide to doctors not to use surplus,antioxidants and prefer natural antioxidants like fruits , vegetables, onion , garlic, tomatoes. Better option is to have a healthy dietary and healthy lifestyle
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An informative post - Thanks mam . At least this study will be a guide to doctors not to use surplus,antioxidants and prefer natural antioxidants like fruits , vegetables, onion , garlic, tomatoes. Better option is to have a healthy dietary and healthy lifestyle
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Natural antioxidants like tomatoes, fruits like oranges , green vegetables are sufficient therefore surplus shouldn't be used
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Necessary Alert yes antioxidents therapy is used abundantly and irrelevantly Thanx dr for updates
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Informative post Doctor, Thanks for sharing
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Was there any mention ,in the article ,whether ,the intake of food which are rich in antioxidants ,have similar effect? please need your comment .
Eating food rich in antioxidants like fruits, vegetables,and whole grains is linked to decreased incidence of cardiovascular disease. Foods rich in antioxidants may have flavonoids and lycopene which were not necessarily included in oral vitamin supplements. So foods rich in antioxidants can be recommended .
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@Tanaz Sherasia
Very informative dear Beti.
Thank you Papa, Pranams
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Nice informative post.
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Very informative mam
Thank you Dr Minhaj Ahmed
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