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As with many areas in literature, more extensive research would be beneficial in some of the above studies which comes with time (years) and significant funding (money). The research at present, is promising.

Please always consult your health professional prior to commencing any new supplement and/or medication to ensure it is suitable for your individual needs.

This reference list was compiled to help create a discussion with your health professional.