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Rebiana Rules: FDA Approves Stevia Ingredient As Sweetener

Stevia supporters got some good news in December 2008 when a natural sweetener, Truvia™, was given the green light to hit the markets. Finally the FDA approved a stevia ingredient as a sweetener for commercial and popular use.

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Does Wu-Yi Tea Work? Get The Scoop On This Oolong Tea

Many people around the world are only just discovering what people in Asia have known for years: oolong tea is a good way to maintain and lose weight. All tea leaves come from the camellia sinensis plant, but get their names based on how they’re processed. This particular type of tea comes from the Wu-Yi Mountains in the Fujian Province of China.

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Solo Slim Side Effects: Weighing The Benefits And The Risks

It’s every dieter’s dream: To lose weight while still enjoying favorite foods instead of bland, tasteless meals. That’s exactly what many users of these natural diet pills have been able to do. While little is known about Solo Slim side effects, consumers who use it report that losing weight is easier and quicker. They also prefer it because they take just one pill a day, and it has no ephedra or caffeine.

This weight loss supplement contains several herbs and nutrients that help to suppress appetite, boost energy, and reduce cravings. But having natural ingredients doesn’t necessarily mean it’s harmless. As an herbal supplement it isn’t classified as a drug and the FDA doesn’t evaluate it. This can make it tricky for consumers to figure out the side effects of Solo Slim.

Most users report only mild reactions in the first few days, such as dry mouth, problems sleeping and headaches. But in August 2008, The Hong Kong Department of Health issued a warning about some of Solo Slim’s ingredients because they may increase blood pressure, and cause chest pains and seizures. Here’s some general info on the ingredients and the problems they may pose.

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Does Fucoxanthin Work? Find Out How This Antioxidant Powerhouse Boosts Weight Loss

For centuries people around the world have used plants and herbs to treat ailments and to improve overall health. The latest gaining popularity in North America is fucoxanthin, a carotenoid compound found mostly in brown seaweed called wakame, which is found in Asia. It’s traditionally used to flavor salads and soups, but these days the buzz is all about its potential as a natural dietary supplement.

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Obesity Drug Market To Reach Over $3 Billion Worldwide By 2012

A new report called the Booming Global Obesity Drug Market reveals that this health condition is growing at alarming rates around the world. Obesity can lead to a number of serious conditions and diseases such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and arthritis. It is also linked to several forms of cancer.

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