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Clinical Study Finds Indian Plant Effective As Appetite Suppressant

April 26, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
An Australian study has found evidence that an extract of an edible succulent plant native to India aids in reducing waist size in overweight and obese people by suppressing appetite. Researchers tested the effect of 500 mg of Caralluma fimbriata extract on 33 overweight men and women. After 12 weeks, those who had taken the supplement has lost an average of 2.6 inches from their waist, compared to one inch among the control group. The active ingredients in Caralluma fimbriata – pregnane glycosides – have been shown in other human trials to inhibit appetite. Caralluma fimbriata is available through the ingredient Slimaluma, developed by Gencor, which provided the extract for the Australian study.
Engredea News & Analysis , "Indian herb may whittle waistlines", Newhope 360, April 26, 2013, © Penton Media, Inc
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