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Red clover (Trifolium pratense)


Red clover/Nutrient Depletion:
  • GlucoseGlucose: In clinical study, red clover has been evaluated for its effects on blood sugar with inconclusive results; in healthy premenopausal women taking an isoflavone preparation from red clover, no significant changes were seen in insulin or glucose concentrations (17).
  • LipidsLipids: Available evidence of red clover's effects on lipid levels in humans remains inconclusive (33; 7; 34).

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