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Question by patrice w: metabolism booster?
I was taking a metabolism booster called Chromiam Picolinate-I read a 1995 article in Goodhouse Keeping that said it can cause hepatitis. Is this true, and did I take it along enough to cause damage

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Answer by Exoilfeildtrash
Nope they would have banned it by now and its still on the market.

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2 Responses to “metabolism booster?”

  1. TweetyBird writes:

    I have no idea how long you took chromium picolinate. It’s no metabolism booster. The majority of scientifc evidence suggests that CP is neither a helpful nor beneficial part of weight loss. In the absence of exercise, it may even cause weight gain.

    Unfortunately, little research has been done on adverse effects. Several case studies reported subtle behavioral changes, progressively worse cognitive changes, perceptual and motor changes, feeling “funny”, mental “short citcuiting”, complete disruption of motor abilities and irregular heartbeat. I’m not aware sepcifically of hepatic involvement.

    Despite rampant claims that CP is a weight loss miracle, energy and metabolism booster and muscle builder, scientific evidence overwhelmingly indicates it does nothing of the kind. Always beware of fantastic and unbelievable claims made by any supplemental product.

  2. gabuchila writes:

    It could give you many problems, liver dysfunction is one of them. Just get checked and stop it. Since is consider “non-pharmaceutical” is not under FDA supervision and it may kill a lot of people before someone (usually consumer groups) decide to put a stop to it. Therefore, never trust that if a natural medicine is on the market, it means is safe. It just means nobody did a good trial on it, or that if they did, it wasn’t good. ( If the results were good, believe me, the pharmaceutical companies would be producing it now).
    Natural products…just like poisonous fungi growing under a tree or spider venom, cat urine, they are all natural… I wouldn’t try them just like that…

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