The new issue of the Journal of Dietary Supplements (JDS) features a Natural Standard evidence-based review on Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia).
The international, peer-reviewed journal aims to help consumers and clinicians make informed decisions about the preparations, foods and botanicals that are used to improve health.
The new issue includes the following articles:
Potential Toxicity of Caffeine when Used as a Dietary Supplement for Weight Loss, by Morgan Pendleton, Stacy Brown, Christan M. Thomas, and Brian Odle.
Effects of Glycine-Arginine-α-Ketoisocaproic Acid Supplementation in College-Age Trained Females during Multi-Bouts of Resistance Exercise, by Benjamin Wax, Laura Hilton, Brad Vickers, Katherine Gilliland, and Mandy Conrad.
A Randomized, Double-Blind Clinical Study on the Safety and Tolerability of an Iron Multi-Amino Acid Chelate Preparation in Premenopausal Women, by Gameil T. Fouad, Malkanthi Evans, Prachi Sharma, Joshua Baisley, David Crowley, and Najla Guthrie.
The Efficacy of Irvingia Gabonensis Supplementation in the Management of Overweight and Obesity: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials, by Igho Onakpoya, Lucy Davies, Paul Posadzki, and Edzard Ernst.
Chemical Composition and Biological Evaluation of Physalis peruviana Root as Hepato-renal Protective Agent, by Souad E. El-Gengaihi, Emad E. Hassan, Manal A. Hamed, Hanan G. Zahran, and Mona A. Mohammed.
An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Tongkat Ali (Eurycoma longifolia) by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration, by Catherine Ulbricht, Julie Conquer, Kelly Flanagan, Richard Isaac, Erica Rusie, and Regina C. Windsor.
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