you know, maybe One of the reasons Citrus appears particularly protective against stroke is the vitamin C. It appears, the more vitamin C in our diet, the lower our risk of stroke, and the more vitamin C in our bloodstream, the lower our risk of stroke. But how did the vitamin C get in our bloodstream? These people must have been eating a lot of healthy foods, like citrus tropical fruits, broccoli bell peppers there for the observed effect of vitamin C on stroke reduction, May simply be a proxy for specific healthy foods. That Lower stroke risk. How could we tell? Well, we could just give people vitamin C pills instead and see if they work and they don't citrus fruits, have all sorts of other compounds associated with lower stroke risk. The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. You can't capture mother nature in a pill. It's like the apocryphal beta-carotene story dozens of studies, show that people, who ate more beta, carotene rich foods, like Like greens and sweet potatoes, and therefore, had more beta-carotene circulating in their system. Had lower cancer risk, but how much money can we make selling carrots? So, they tried giving people beta-carotene pills and not only did they not work. They may have even caused more cancer. So, I assumed this National Cancer Institute, researcher would conclude the obvious produce, not pills, but know, maybe we should have tried lower dose bills, or maybe Alpha carotene pills, or As with other phytochemicals are multiple combinations. After all, it's likely that neither the public nor the scientific Community will be satisfied with recommendations concerned solely with mere Foods.