Garlic is NOT likely to lower cholesterol

Garlic is NOT likely to lower cholesterol.

Earlier evidence suggested that garlic modestly lowers cholesterol...but newer, better designed studies challenge this.

Many experts thought the controversy might be due to the type of garlic supplement used...or that raw garlic might work better.

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