Review discovers few weight-loss supplements show results

03/7/2012 | (Canada)

A study in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism found that weight-loss supplements branded as fat blockers, body-composition changers or appetite suppressants usually show minimal effects on body weight, and only a few items such as green tea, fiber and low-fat dairy supplements have modest results compared with a placebo.

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