Definitions

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  • n. A salt or ester of picolinic acid.

Etymologies

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picolinic +‎ -ate

Examples

  • This nutrient should be supplemented in the form of manganese picolinate.

    A Diet That Protects Against Osteoporosis

  • The following supplements have been shown to have effectiveness in some aspect of waist management: chromium picolinate, grapefruit oil, Garcinia, Hoodia, 5-HTP, L-carnitine, coenzyme Q10, turmeric, jojoba beans, simmondsin.

    You: On a Diet

  • Taking 200 micrograms a day of the supplement chromium picolinate can help aid the uptake of insulin, to help your cells use blood sugar for fuel.

    You: On a Diet

  • Be aware, though, that little evidence that supplements, such as chromium picolinate, help people lose weight or gain muscle.

    The Seven Key Minerals Our Bodies Need

  • Also, daily take up to three 200 mcg. capsules of chromium picolinate, 500 mg. magnesium, and 50 mg. lipoic acid.

    Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible

  • Also a good multivitamin with chromium picolinate in it is very helpful.

    Born at Home

  • As a fallback, consider a supplement of chromium picolinate.

    The Nature of Nutrients

  • Knowing now that chromium picolinate increases insulin sensitivity, does that mean it helps flush carbs too?

    Metabolism and ketosis | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Less insulin means less fat storage, so chromium picolinate has been used as a weight-loss supplement.

    Metabolism and ketosis | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • ~ According To New Clinical Data, Chromium Picolinate Improves Cognitive Function -- "Nutrition 21, Inc., a leading developer and marketer of chromium-based and omega-3 fish oil-based nutritional supplements, has announced the results of a clinical study that showed daily supplementation with 1000 mcg of chromium as chromium picolinate improved cognitive function in older adults experiencing early memory decline."

    Speedlinking 12/14/07

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