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Washington's Bastyr University and Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center research results.
Overweight or obese men, as well as women, who took multivitamins B6, B12 and/or 150 mcg chromium daily, gained much less weight than those who did not in a ten year period (men 75% less ). Possible reason- Chromium suppresses appetite especially for carbs.
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