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John Batsis, MD

Dietary supplements do not do much to help people lose weight—that’s the verdict from a large new review led by John A. Batsis, MD, associate professor of medicine in the division of geriatric medicine and Gillings School of Global Public Health, in report from Gizmodo. The review found little high-quality evidence from studies trying to test these supplements’ claimed benefits and only inconsistent evidence that some supplements could possibly offer a small boost in losing weight.

Read the Gizmodo article.
Review the study published in Obesity.