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Herbal and diet supplements ‘have no effect on weight loss’ – The Guardian

Popular aids sold by £29bn industry don’t cut obesity, says study



Diets and dietingPopular aids sold by £29bn industry dont cut obesity, says Australian study
There is insufficient evidence to justify recommending herbal and dietary supplements to help people to lose weight.
That is the emphatic view of researchers who will present studies on the effectiveness of supplements at the European Congress on Obesity (ECO) to be held online this week.
Even though most supplements appear safe for short-term consumption, they are not going to provide weight loss that is…

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