Cholesterol-Lowering Supplements Don’t Meet Expectations

You may want to believe they work, but they don't hold a candle to statins.

Let’s assume that you practice a heart-healthy lifestyle. You watch your diet, exercise regularly and don’t smoke. Like millions of Americans, you also may take dietary supplements “to support your heart health.” If you are taking a supplement instead of a statin to lower your cholesterol, you may be doing more harm than good. Dietary […]
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