January 2000 Issue
Orange juice may help fight high cholesterol, according to preliminary research from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. In a study funded by Tropicana Products, Inc., 25 people with moderately high cholesterol drank orange juice in place of their regular beverages, increasing from one to three cups a day for four weeks, while eating a reduced-fat diet. After drinking the most orange juice, they experienced a 21% increase in HDL ("good")
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