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Chromium

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USDA Agricultural Research Service claims chromium and amino acid histidine complex shows 50% improvement in bloodstream absorption over chromium picolinate. Comparing four widely used supplements, Beltsville, Md. lab found men and women absorbed an average 3.1 mcg chromium from combo, compared to 1.8 mcg from picolinate, .4 mcg from chloride and .2 mcg from polynicotinate. Technology available for licensing; patent pending since October 1999, USDA says
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