Bitter leafs also known as bitter leaves because of their bitter taste has amazing healing properties. Elevated cholesterol — especially “bad” LDL cholesterol — is a risk factor for heart attack, stroke and Alzheimer’s disease. According to the February 2008 edition of the “Journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management,” bitter leaf can reduce bad and total cholesterol. In an animal model, supplementation with bitter leaf extract reduced LDL cholesterol by 50 percent while also boosting “good” HDL cholesterol. However, no research investigating bitter leaf on cholesterol has been conducted on humans. You can read the full article here.
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