Are the side effects from Ab Cuts reversible?


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Some of the more common side effects of Ab Cuts, such as interactions with anti-coagulation medication and elevations of blood triglyceride levels, can only occur while taking Ab Cuts, according to Supplement Geek. However, Ab Cuts may also increase the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes and prostate cancer, neither of which are reversible. There has been a case reported of a woman developing liver disease after using Ab Cuts.

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Ab Cuts should not cause any problems for healthy individuals, but potential users with health problems or on medications for chronic conditions should discuss the product with their doctor before taking it, states Supplement Geek.

Conjugated linoleic acid may slow blood clotting time, says WebMD. It may also worsen diabetes and increase the risk of developing diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Individuals with diabetes should not consume supplements containing conjugated linoleic acid. If taken in large amounts, conjugated linoleic acid can cause stomach upset.

Taking large doses of fish oils can prolong clotting time and may make it difficult for individuals with diabetes to control their blood sugar, according to WebMD. It may also depress the immune system.

The primary active ingredient in Ab Cuts is a fatty acid called conjugated linoleic acid derived from safflower oil, states the manufacturer. It also contains several other fatty acids, including gamma linoleic acid, alpha linoleic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid, docosahexaenoic acid, and sesamin.

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