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Although we believe there is science supporting the beneficial nutritional effects of each individual ingredient in Trimedisyn, you should know that no randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled clinical trials have been conducted on the efficacy of the particular combinations and dosages of those ingredients as found in Trimedisyn.