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Despite no proof that the consumption of any particular foods reverse hardening of the arteries, studies indicate that refraining from eating certain foods could help reverse blockage of coronary arteries, the blood vessels that feed the heart.

(A) Despite no proof that the consumption of any particular foods reverse hardening of the arteries, studies indicate that refraining from eating certain foods could

(B) Despite no proof having been proved to reverse hardening of the arteries when consumed, studies indicate that refraining from eating certain foods can

(C) Although the consumption of no particular foods have been proved to reverse hardening of the arteries, studies indicate that to refrain from eating certain foods could

(D) Although not proved that the consumption of any foods reverse hardening of the arteries, studies indicate that refraining from eating certain foods can

(E)Although it has not been proved that the consumption of any particular foods will reverse hardening of the arteries, studies indicate that refraining from eating certain foods can
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2005, 08:26
these questions are tough to reason...

I know it is E - but why ?
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 [#permalink] New post 27 Apr 2005, 15:20
All the answer choices are wack but E is the best ans.
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Apr 2005, 04:00
Can someone provide us with a detailed explanation. Why it is E and not A? It is a challenging question...
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Apr 2005, 05:32
let me try:


(A) Despite no proof that the consumption of any particular foods reverse hardening of the arteries, studies indicate that refraining from eating certain foods could

Wrong because “the consumptionâ€
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