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Does the Use of Ginger Extract Effectively Help Patient with Obesity Loses Weight

  title={Does the Use of Ginger Extract Effectively Help Patient with Obesity Loses Weight},
  author={Linh Hoang Nguyen},
Objective: The objective of this selective EBM review is to determine whether or not ginger extract (NT) effectively helps obese patient loses weight. Study Design: Two randomized controlled studies to determine the effectiveness of ginger extract in weight loss and a cross sectional observational study. Data Sources: Randomized controlled studies published after 2006 relating to ginger extract (NT) and weight loss. Data obtained using PubMed, CINAHL, and OVID databases written in English… 

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