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style/conscision

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Post Sun Nov 05, 2017 1:26 am
Recent studies suggest that an intake of vitamin E in excess of that found naturally in a balanced diet may actually increase the risk of developing certain illnesses, despite the claims of thousands of people who swear by it as a dietary supplement.

(a) Recent studies suggest that an intake of vitamin E in excess of that found naturally in a balanced diet may actually increase the risk of developing certain illnesses
(b) Recent studies suggest that taking vitamin E in excess of that found naturally in a balanced diet actually increases the risk of developing certain illnesses
(c) Certain illnesses may be at a higher risk of development if vitamin E is taken in excess of a
balanced diet, according to recent studies
(d) According to recent studies, the intake of vitamin E,if in excess of that found naturally in a balanced diet, may actually increase developing certain illnesses
(e) Vitamin E, recent studies suggest, if in excess of that found naturally in a balanced diet, may
actually increase the development risk of certain illnesses

i am confused here. can some experts help me out?
Thanks

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Post Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:51 am
I am confused between options B and C.

Experts may you help us here?

Thanks.

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