Supplements and Alternative Therapies Not Shown to Help Weight Loss

An estimated 34 percent of Americans who want to lose weight have tried a weight loss supplement. A new study reviewed 315 randomized controlled trials testing the effectiveness of 14 dietary supplements, alternative weight loss therapies, or a combination of the two. The authors found most of the studies had small sample sizes, short follow-up […]
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