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Dietary supplements made of herbal extracts from Commiphora mukul have been widely used as cholesterol-lowering agents.

Are Herbal Supplements Health for the Heart?

mortonfamilytree.com About 40 million adults have high cholesterol, or hypercholesterolemia, which is defined as having total blood cholesterol values of 200 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) and higher. High cholesterol is known to be a risk factor for cardiovascular disease. Each year more than one million people have heart attacks, and about a half million people die from heart disease.
Dietary supplements made of herbal extracts from Commiphora mukul (guggul) have been widely used, particularly in Asia , as cholesterol-lowering agents. Recent research has suggested a plausible mechanism of action for the effects of guggul extract (guggulipid). Yet, little is known about the safety or efficacy of this herb.
Researchers set out to investigate whether guggulipid could safely reduce cholesterol levels in healthy adults with hyper lipidemia (elevated concentrations of cholesterol and other lipids in the blood) who eat a typical Western diet.
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