Fenugreek For Blood Sugar and Weight Loss Management

Mathern, Jocey
October 2003
Total Health;Oct/Nov2003, Vol. 25 Issue 5, 'Special section' p13
Evaluates the health benefits of Fenugreek for blood sugar control and weight loss management. Mechanism of action of FenuLife, a fenugreek extract; Comparison of the therapeutic effect of psyllium husk powder concentration and fenugreek extract; Physiologic effects of fenugreek.


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