Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology 8(10): 725-729, 2015.
The Effect of a Phaseolus vulgaris and Dietary Fiber Based Supplement on Advanced Glycation End Products: An Open-label Trial.
West BJ, Kimball L, Berrio LF, Robertson L, and Jensen CJ.
For 11 weeks, 30 adult volunteers consumed a commercially available combination of white kidney bean extract, dietary fibers, β-carotene and noni fruit pulp every day, along with calorie restriction and exercise. The volunteers experienced significant weekly declines in average body weight and fat mass. The average AGE score, as measured by skin autofluorescence, also decreased significantly. The results indicate that the intervention contributed to improved health and exhibited anti-aging properties. (http://maxwellsci.com/print/ajfst/v8-725-729.pdf).