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What to look out for in a clinical study?


We consider the best way to check efficacy of ingredients is to see if clinical studies have been published in a peer-reviewed journal. This way you can be sure the clinical study has not been doctored in any way and results are genuine. All LYMA’s ingredients have been published in peer-reviewed journals. The study design is also crucial, as is the result. Statistical and clinical significance are important but if the study design is poorly thought out it affects the reliability of the results recorded. The gold standard for clinical studies are RCT’s (randomised control trials). These underpin LYMA’s patented ingredients. The credibility of research can also vary. Studies can be double blind in design, randomised or placebo controlled. These are all factors that improve validity of a trial. You can read our Director of Science Dr Paul Clayton's view on the importance of looking at the research when it comes to supplements HERE.


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