In the study of "Alternative therapies: Part II. Congestive heart failure and hypercholesterolemia" by Morelli V, Zoorob RJ., posted in US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, researchers found that substituting soy protein for high-fat animal protein diets, however, does have a beneficial effect on serum lipid levels. So far, cholestin (a natural product containing several statins) has proved to be a cost-saving lipid-lowering medication, and fenugreek may offer modest improvement as well. Gugulipid is also promising but requires further research.
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