Good news for ex-smokers.  A recent study by the Annual Experimental Biology Meeting in Boston reveals that taking a form of vitamin E can lower your risk of heart disease.

Participants of the study took a form of vitamin E called gamma tocepherol.  This can be found naturally in nuts, (walnuts, pistachios and cashews), and in various cooking oils, such as vegetable, soybean, and canola. If you would rather do pills, don't settle for typical Vitamin E.  It's best to go to your favorite drug store or health food store and ask for gamma tocopherol.

The results were very encouraging as the repair to your blood vessels happened quicker than expected.  Here's to kicking the habit and to a healthy Summer ahead.