Citrus compound protects against effects of high-fat diet, study from Korea and Japan reports

Nobiletin is found in orange, lemon, and other citrus fruits.

Long-term supplementation with low-dose nobiletin can protect against high-fat diet induced inflammation, insulin resistance, dyslipidaemia and liver disease, despite not contributing to weight loss, a study by Korean and Japanese academics found.


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