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.

Now a large trial shows that even a clove a day of raw garlic DOESN'T lower any type of cholesterol.

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