Not my area of expertise, but I thought most of the trials using anti-oxidants were disappointing. Admittedly, the trial periods are generally quite short (relative to life-span) so absence of effect may be due to methodological issues. Nonetheless, should we not qualify/substantiate the statement on anti-oxidants? Anybody better informed? Mark ong 11:40, 15 December 2006 (GMT)
Antioxidants - ?more theoretical than actual
Not sure about this. Thinking of five fruit a day.Max
- But when not given in a balanced way like red wine or fruit not so good as Vitamin E reveals. I will modify that sentence for youMlj 23:20, 15 December 2006 (GMT)
Plaques may resolve
I recall a mention that young soldiers in a war in Vietnam in the 1960-70s had been seen to have plaques in particualr locations, and then later seen to not have them there but IIRC to have new ones elsewhere.
I think it may be worth remarking on resolution and also we might extend the remark about available lipids. Midgley 22:41, 26 February 2012 (UTC)