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InterHealth's ChromeMate for cardio aid
A new study on InterHealth's ChromeMate has been found to reduce vascular inflammation, which can decrease the risk of cardiovascular disease. Results were presented at the American Diabetes Association's 68th Annual Scientific Session in San Francisco. These findings are especially important to those with diabetes since cardiovascular disease is so closely associated with that condition.
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Bergstrom's MSM protects the liver
Bergstrom Nutrition's OptiMSM enhanced antioxidant function and assisted in liver detoxification, which could be especially important for users of acetaminophen or alcohol, according to a study presented at the 2008 Experimental Biology meeting. The finding affirms that MSM is not just for people with achy joints, and opens a new market for research and product development.
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HMRlignan cools hot flashes
HMRlignan, an extract from the Norway spruce, can dramatically reduce the incidence of hot flashes in menopausal women. The study, completed by Medicus Research, showed that 50mg per day can effectively reduce hot flashes by 53 per cent. HMRlignan? is the purest, most highly bioavailable source of plant lignans, shown to boost and maintain enterolactone levels in a manufacturer-friendly small dosage.
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Sabinsa's LeanGard lives up to its name
Results of a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 46 overweight men and women revealed that participants receiving LeanGard — a proprietary blend of three of Sabinsa's patented, clinically researched ingredients, ForsLean, Garcitrin and Bioperine — had greater overall weight loss and reduction in body fat, as well as significant increases in lean body mass, than the placebo group.
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