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August 2008 Issue

Can Supplements Help Control Blood Sugar?

Many individual ingredients in these supplements have research behind them that suggests they may be effective for helping maintain normal blood sugar levels. However, none of the supplements has been studied extensively in clinical trials in the combinations being sold. Among the nutrients in them are biotin, chromium picolinate, magnesium, vanadium and vitamin D; chromium picolinate is the most widely studied.

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