An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Chlorophyll by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration

  title={An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Chlorophyll by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration},
  author={Catherine E. Ulbricht and Rebecca Bramwell and Marisa Catapang and Nicole Giese and Richard Isaac and Thuy-Duong Le and Julie K Montalbano and Shaina Tanguay-Colucci and Nicole J. Trelour and Wendy Weissner and Regina C. Windsor and Jayme Wortley and Heeja Yoon and Mario M. Zeolla},
  journal={Journal Of Dietary Supplements},
  pages={198 - 239}
ABSTRACT An evidence-based systematic review of chlorophyll by the Natural Standard Research Collaboration consolidates the safety and efficacy data available in the scientific literature using a validated, reproducible grading rationale. This article includes written and statistical analysis of clinical trials, plus a compilation of expert opinion, folkloric precedent, history, pharmacology, kinetics/dynamics, interactions, adverse effects, toxicology, and dosing. 
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