Posts Tagged ‘hepatoxin’
It sounds like something out of National Geographic: On a remote South Pacific island, villagers form a circle. Some members of the group chew small pieces of a root, spit them into a bowl, and then add coconut milk. After the brew has been strained, it’s poured into another bowl and passed around the circle, where villagers sip its contents. This sacred ceremony has taken place for thousands of years, a ritual that encourages relaxation and bonding. And now, research suggests that the stress-busting benefits of the mystical root involved in this ceremony may be as close as your supermarket’s […]
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Tags: analgesic, anti-anxiety, anti-stress, anticonvulsant, anxiety, hepatoxin, kava, kavalactones, liver, local anesthetic, neuroprotective, panic, sedative, stress
If you watch TV, read magazines, or surf the Internet, you’ve probably seen advertisements for what manufacturers claim is “America’s #1 weight-loss supplement.” If something’s so popular, it has to be good, right? Well, not so fast. See, there’s some basic research to suggest that HydroxycutTM and other products containing the fruit-based substance hydroxycitrate may help block fat and suppress appetite. But there just isn’t a lot of good clinical evidence that it actually helps people lose weight. Plus, hydroxycitrate may promote liver damage – depending on whom you ask. So does this supplement make the cut?
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Tags: Garcinia cambogia, hepatoxin, hydroxycitrate, liver health, Weight Loss, weight loss supplements
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