Cleveland Clinic Trial Finds Six Common Supplements Do Not Lower Cholesterol

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A Cleveland Clinic study shows that six commonly used dietary supplements that claim to improve heart health did not lower “bad cholesterol” when compared to a low-dose statin or placebo.

The six dietary supplements studied include fish oil, garlic, cinnamon, tumeric, plant sterols and red yeast rice. Cardiologist Luke Laffin, MD discusses the findings.

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