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Hypolipidemic effects of cinnamon ( ) have been described in humans and in experimental animals. Hypothyroidism is frequently associated with hyperlipidemia.... 
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Twelve polyphenols were identified in the extracts (WMP) from cold pressed degreased walnut meal by UPLC-ESI-MS, among which glansreginin A, gallic acid,... 
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