Antioxidants have gained a reputation as a magic bullet capable of taking out age-inducing free radicals like a sniper. Most consumers get their ammunition from supplements; not only is it convenient, but they're assured of getting a consistent, maximum dose. Sales of antioxidant supplements topped $3 billion as recently as 2005, and chances are the number is much higher right now. Then, in February, the Journal of the American Medical Association released a review of separate studies that, ...

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