garlic doesn't reduce cholesterol

Two new studies suggest that garlic doesn't reduce cholesterol.

This is a surprise. Many experts accept garlic as modestlyeffective for high cholesterol. There's some evidence thatconsuming a clove of garlic a day lowers cholesterol up to 10%.

But these new studies are based on garlic SUPPLEMENTS...notfresh garlic. Some supplements don't contain all of the compoundsfound in fresh garlic...or their potency varies.

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