Artichoke Power

Natural Way to Lower Cholesterol




New research from the University of Reading, in the UK, suggests that a natural, over-the-counter supplement of artichoke leaf extract from the globe artichoke plant can lower cholesterol in individuals with moderately raised levels.

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