Hydroxycut hepatotoxicity

@article{Rashid2010HydroxycutH,
  title={Hydroxycut hepatotoxicity},
  author={Naufal Rashid and J. Dundas Grant},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2010},
  volume={192}
}
TO THE EDITOR: Over-the-counter herbal supplements to promote weight loss have become increasingly popular. Several of these products contain potentially hepatotoxic substances. We present the first reported Australian case of acute hepatotoxicity associated with the weight-loss product Hydroxycut Hardcore (Iovate Health Sciences, Blasdell, NY, USA). Hydroxycut contains various ingredients, including extracts of the herbs Garcinia cambogia and Camelia sinesis (green tea root), and the chromium… 

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