Monday, February 26, 2007

Forget Garlic

You know those garlic pills, supplements and aromatic additions to your cooking that you've used to lower your choesterol? Well, a new study has concluded that garlic does not lower LDL, the bad-boy of cholesterol. Although garlic and garlic supplements are widely promoted as cholesterol-lowering agents, a randomized study published Monday has found no evidence that garlic works any better than a placebo in reducing blood lipid concentrations.

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