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Lose Weight with This Surprising Natural Appetite Suppressant That’s Healthy for You

Posted February 20, 2014

Don’t reach just for any appetite suppressant supplement to curb your hunger pains and lose weight. There is a new natural appetite suppressant that will not only stop your hunger and help you lose weight, but is healthy for you as well.

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Satiereal Improves Weight Management

Posted June 27, 2012

Satiereal®, an extract of saffron from P.L. Thomas, reduces snacking and enhances the experience of satiety through its suggested mood-enhancing effect, according to a recent study published in Nutrition Research

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The anticancer effect of saffron in two p53 isogenic colorectal cancer cell lines

Posted May 29, 2012

Saffron extract, a natural product, has been shown to induce apoptosis in several tumor cell lines. Nevertheless, the p53-dependency of saffron’s mechanism of action in colon cancer remains unexplored.

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Salivary Secretory Immunoglobulin A secretion increases after 4-weeks ingestion of chlorella-derived multicomponent supplement in humans: a randomized cross over study

Posted April 30, 2012

Chlorella, a unicellular green alga that grows in fresh water, contains high levels of proteins, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibers. Some studies have reported favorable immune function-related effects on biological secretions such as blood and breast milk in humans who have ingested a chlorella-derived multicomponent supplement. However, the effects of chlorella-derived supplement on mucosal immune functions remain unclear.

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Enzyme in Saliva Helps Regulate Blood Glucose

Posted April 30, 2012

Scientists from the Monell Center report that blood glucose levels following starch ingestion are influenced by genetically-determined differences in salivary amylase, an enzyme that breaks down dietary starches. Specifically, higher salivary amylase activity is related to lower blood glucose.

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