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Calcium Might Not Be a Help in Weight Loss

June 16, 2009: 04:37 AM EST
Doubts have been raised over calcium supplements for weight loss, following a recent study by the National Institute of Health, reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Overweight subjects who took supplements over two years showed no appreciable weight loss. One limitation of the study was the absence of a high-dairy calcium diet – some research has indicated that such a regime helps weight loss – and most of the subjects were women.
Kristina Fiore, "Calcium Not Helpful for Weight Loss", MedPage Today, June 16, 2009, © MedPage Today, LLC
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