Tuesday, May 01, 2007
Citrus aurantium is not effective for weight loss, causes weight gain of 2.5 lbs after two months
Citrus aurantium: In 1997, Twinlab used my name to sell this as a miracle weight loss supplement
In 1997, I wrote a monthly column called "Fat News" for the magazine Muscular Development. The magzine was owned and published by Twinlab, a nutritional supplement company. Steve Blechman, son of Jean and David Blechman, who started Twinlab out of their garage in the 1960's, came up with many of the new product for the company, and was publisher of the magazine. Steve had asked me to write an article about several weight loss supplements including a new weight loss supplement that he had developed which turned out to contain Citrus aurantium. Read the entire article | Email this article
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