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A registry study of more than 2700 British women found that a higher habitual intake of anthocyanins, flavan-3-ols, flavonols, and proanthocyanidins was linked to lower fat mass.

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The study also found that conventional approaches to measuring vitamin E levels may fail to detect when patients need more vitamin E.

Yay or nay: What does the latest research say about green tea for weight management?

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A new study in obese and normal-weight mice suggests Bifodan’s proprietary probiotic strain Lactobacillus rhamnosus PB01 may lessen pain sensitivity.

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OmniActive’s capsicum and Salacia extracts have both received self-affirmed Generally Recognized as Safe status by an expert panel.

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E-commerce brand The Refreshinq Co recently debuted transdermal patches for energy support, weight support, and vitamin-D support.

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Researchers found that DuPont’s probiotic strain reduced body fat mass, waist circumference, and energy intake in overweight adults when taken alone or in combination with a prebiotic fiber.

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