I've been searching for, but could not find any research-based proofs on the role of chromium supplements and their effects on increasing insulin sensitivity in humans. Are there any? I know that there was some controversy as to the fact that chromium picolinate helps people with type 2 diabetes (impaired insulin sensitivity), but if the effects of this supplement is not well-researched and proved, why is it allowed to be sold freely? Maybe anyone was taking those chromium supplements and can share your own results ??? you are welcome! Thanks!
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on October 28, 2012
at 08:13 PM