Investigating Metabolic Syndrome With Oligopin

Metabolic Syndrome Is A Combination Of Factors That Include Abdominal Obesity And High Blood Pressure And Is A Risk Factor For Chronic…

Investigating Metabolic Syndrome With Oligopin

conditions such as cardiovascular disease. It is largely connected to over-eating and sedentary lifestyles in Western societies and contributes to a lower quality of life and lower lifespan.

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This study will assess a natural intervention that might aid in the prevention of metabolic syndrome. The investigational supplement, Oligopin®, is a French Maritime Pine Bark Extract obtained from the pine tree Pinus Pinaster and in some studies has reduced cardiovascular disease risk factors.

KGK Science in London, Ontario invites you to participate in a study that will investigate the impact of Oligopin® on abdominal obesity, blood glucose, and cholesterol levels for men and women with signs of metabolic syndrome. If you or someone you know are looking to try natural products to help combat weight gain that may help to prevent the onset of life-threatening diseases, contact us to enroll.

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Qualified participants will receive up to $600 in compensation for their time and successful completion of the study.

Ideal participants will be:

  • Men & women between the ages of 18 to 55
  • Have three or more of the following markers of metabolic syndrome:
  • Abdominal obesity
  • Waist circumference of 40 inches or more for men and 35 inches or more for women
  • Hypertension
  • Elevated glucose levels
  • Elevated insulin levels
  • Elevated triglyceride levels
  • Low high-density cholesterol
  • Available for 4 visits over 3 months
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All participants are monitored by medical physicians and services are provided at no cost.Living outside of London? Ask about our travel reimbursement program.

This news was originally published at kgkscience.com

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