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For a new study, subjects ate a salad that was served with three grams of canola oil and then either with no eggs, one-and-a-half eggs or three eggs. The study used eggs in the form of scrambled eggs to be sure the whole egg was used. The researchers then took blood samples from the three groups and measured levels of vitamin E

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