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June 2007 Issue

New Study Finds Garlic Ineffective, But Don’t Give Up on It

Garlic is a popular remedy for high blood cholesterol levels. However, the research on garlic’s effectiveness—both as a food and in supplements—is mixed. Now, a new study is out that put garlic to the test for six months.

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