February 2001 Issue
Garlic extract may slow blood clotting and benefit blood vessels, according to new research from Liverpool, England. The study of 23 healthy men and women aged 22 to 45 measured blood clotting before and after consuming one teaspoon a day of liquid aged garlic extract (Kyolic brand) for 13 weeks. The extract had little effect on blood lipid levels. But the researchers concluded that by hindering blood clotting, the garlic extract may still
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