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Hibiscus flower extract controls animal cholesterol levels

Animal studies indicate that extracts from the hibiscus flower contain antioxidants that can control cholesterol levels and reduce fatty deposits in the arteries. Researchers believe that this extract could be useful in controlling the same factors in humans.

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About: Hibiscus flower extract controls animal cholesterol levels

Date: 20 October 2004

Source: News Target Network

URL: http://www.newstarget.com/001993.html

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