Overweight or obese adults who drank orange juice with added calcium and vitamin D saw reductions in abdominal fat compared with those who drank a nonfortified juice, researchers reported in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The study found no difference in average weight loss between study participants who got fortified juice and those who did not.
Fortified juice is tied to less abdominal fat, study says
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