Vitamin D is one of the most researched nutrients in recent years, with new information appearing constantly. The importance of this nutrient for human health cannot be overstated.
Although itís not fully understood how fucoxanthin works, it appears to stimulate the expression of uncoupling protein 1 (UCP1 also known as thermogenin) which promotes thermogenesis in white fat cells.
Studies in 2012 linked Metabolic Syndrome with increased risk of CVD in both men and women, but the rate was higher for women.
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