Supplier's Research

June 2013
Nutraceuticals World;Jun2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p60
The article offers news briefs related to nutraceutical research. A research published in the January online issue of "Phytotherapy Research" found the natural supplement pycnogenol may help reduce metabolic syndrome risk factors. A clinical study, conducted by researchers at the Center for Nutrition Research, Institute of Food Safety and Health at the Illinois Institute of Technology, revealed that grape seed extract beverage may fight pre-hypertension.


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