Article in Archives of Internal Medicine debunks the myth.
The scientists, led by Dr Christopher Gardner at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, California, tested raw garlic and two well known garlic supplements in adults with moderately elevated levels of LDL or “bad” cholesterol.
They found that despite the widespread claims, none of the three forms of garlic lowered cholesterol.
Americans like to believe in magic. Garlic, while wonderful, is not magic. Eat your heart out Larry King!!