(Krieder R et al. (2002) Effects of Coleus forskohlii extract supplementation on body composition and markers of health in sedentary overweight female. Memphis TN: Exercise and Sports Nutrition Laboratory, Department of Human Movement Science and Education, University of Memphis)
In a double blind and randomized manner, 23 females supplemented their diet with ForsLean® (250 mg of 10% Coleus forskohlii [CF] extract, n=7) or a placebo (n=12) two times per day for 12 weeks.
CF tended to mitigate gains in body mass (-0.7±1.8, 1.0±2.5 kg, p=0.10) and scanned mass
(-0.2±1.3, 1.7±2.9 kg, p=0.08) with no significant differences in fat mass (-0.2±0.7, 1.1±2.3 kg, p=0.16), fat free mass (-0.1±1.3, 0.6±1.2 kg, p=0.21), or body fat (-0.2±1.0, 0.4±1.4 %, p=0.40). Subjects in the CF group tended to report less fatigue (p=0.07), hunger (p=0.02), and fullness (p=0.04).
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