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Green cure to obesity-A review

@inproceedings{Kumar2016GreenCT,
  title={Green cure to obesity-A review},
  author={P. Kumar and P. Rajagopal and K. Premaletha and K. V. Lejisha and M. Sneha},
  year={2016}
}
The World Health Organization in 1997, described obesity as an epidemic hazard worldwide, based on the data analysis of body mass index since then, obesity incidence increased at an alarming rate and is becoming a major public health concern. Indeed, obesity facilitates the development of metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular diseases in addition to chronic diseases. The potential of natural products for treating obesity is under exploration. This may be an… Expand

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