Vitamin B must be isolated from natural sources for it to be an effective treatment for heart disease. Foods that are naturally high in vitamin B contain other compounds that are protective against heart disease. There is no relationship between homocysteine levels and heart disease. Heart attacks cause homocysteine levels to increase.
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