Filed Under: Supplements at 10:25 am | By: Veronica Brite, Editor
Many dietary ingredients found in various supplements have been known to help lower LDL (bad cholesterol). Developments are suggesting that the combination of these into a safe, new dietary supplement may be more cost-effective for patients, compared to other drugs. If this gets approved and pushes through, Statins may cease to be the standard drug of choice in lowering LDL. Read more on how dietary supplements affect LDL in David Liu’s article.
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