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177 Substances Researched for High Cholesterol
NameACCKFocus
Oats10121Locked
Beta-glucan8101Locked
Fiber992Locked
Policosanol790Locked
Macadamia550Locked
Red Yeast Rice450Locked
Walnut450Locked
Curcumin1344Locked
Flaxseed644Locked
Psyllium542Locked
Ginger240Locked
Berberine434Locked
Garlic833Locked
Nigella sativa (aka Black Seed)332Locked
Spirulina332Locked
Anthocyanins230Locked
EGCG (Epigallocatechin gallate)230Locked
Kale130Locked
Olive Oil330Locked
Pea230Locked
Phytosterols330Locked
Pistachio nut 230Locked
Polyphenols627Locked
Arginine925Locked
Barley322Locked
Beans: All 222Locked
Fermented Foods and Beverages322Locked
Rice Bran222Locked
Almond220Locked
Artichoke220Locked
Brazil nut120Locked
Cyanidin 3-glucoside120Locked
Delphinidin120Locked
Garlic: Aged120Locked
Ghee220Locked
Lactobacillus Acidophilus220Locked
Lignans220Locked
Nuts120Locked
Peanut220Locked
Pecan120Locked
Dill416Locked
Krill416Locked
Flavonoids415Locked
Coconut314Locked
Coconut Oil314Locked
Bamboo212Locked
Banana212Locked
Coconut Protein212Locked
Fish Oil212Locked
Green Tea212Locked
Omega-3 Fatty Acids212Locked
Onion212Locked
Royal Jelly212Locked
Soy212Locked
Soy Protein 212Locked
Olive211Locked
Plant Sterols/Stanols211Locked
Amla Fruit110Locked
Beet210Locked
Bergamot110Locked
Bifidobacterium Bifidum110Locked
Bifidobacterium Lactis110Locked
Broccoli110Locked
Cardamom110Locked
Chickpea110Locked
Chlorophyll110Locked
Chokeberry110Locked
Chromium110Locked
Cinnamon110Locked
Cissus quadrangularis110Locked
Cranberry110Locked
Diatomaceous earth110Locked
Glucomannan110Locked
Grape Seed Extract110Locked
Guggul110Locked
Hazelnut 110Locked
Isothiocyanates110Locked
Lecithin110Locked
Oat Bran110Locked
Palmitoleic acid 110Locked
Pomegranate110Locked
Probiotics110Locked
Saffron110Locked
Thyme110Locked
Ubiquinol110Locked
Vegetables: All 110Locked
Virgin Coconut Oil110Locked
Watermelon110Locked
Whey110Locked
Yeast110Locked
Yoghurt110Locked
Capsaicin48Locked
Lycopene27Locked
Amaranth 16Locked
Celery36Locked
Hawthorn26Locked
Moringa oleifera16Locked
Resveratrol35Locked
Vitamin C35Locked
Coriandrum sativum24Locked
Eggplant24Locked
Kombucha Tea24Locked
Oyster Mushroom24Locked
Persimmon 24Locked
Selenium24Locked
Squalene14Locked
Turmeric24Locked
Cholesterol 23Locked
Goldenseal13Locked
Magnesium23Locked
Rutin23Locked
Vitamin E23Locked
Alfalfa12Locked
Apple Cider Vinegar12Locked
Ashwagandha12Locked
Astaxanthin12Locked
Bacopa12Locked
Basil12Locked
Black Currant12Locked
Black Raspberry Seed12Locked
Blueberry12Locked
Brown Rice: Pre-Germinated12Locked
Butter12Locked
CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid)12Locked
Camu Camu 12Locked
Caraway 12Locked
Chicory12Locked
Chlorella (Algae)12Locked
Cocoa12Locked
Coptidis rhizoma12Locked
Cordyceps sinensis12Locked
Curcuminoids12Locked
Daidzein12Locked
Durian 12Locked
Garcinia Mangostana12Locked
Genistein12Locked
Hemp Seed12Locked
Hu Zhang (Polygonum cuspidatum)12Locked
Isoflavones12Locked
Lactobacillus plantarum12Locked
Licorice12Locked
Lime12Locked
Melissa (Lemonbalm)12Locked
Mung Bean12Locked
Nettle12Locked
Niacin12Locked
Noni12Locked
Palm Oil12Locked
Plantago asiatica12Locked
Plum12Locked
Propolis: Bee12Locked
Pumpkin Seed Oil/Meal12Locked
Red Cabbage12Locked
Red Wine Extract12Locked
Rice Protein 12Locked
Rice: Black 12Locked
Sesame Seeds12Locked
Shiitake Mushroom 12Locked
Soy Sauce12Locked
Sumac12Locked
Tamarind12Locked
Thymoquinone12Locked
Turmeric: Fermented12Locked
Vaccenic acid 12Locked
Water: Deep Sea12Locked
White Button Mushroom 12Locked
Black Pepper11Locked
Buckwheat11Locked
Garcinia dulcis11Locked
Green Leafy Vegetables11Locked
Piperine11Locked
Pterostilbene11Locked
Quercetin11Locked
Sprouts11Locked
Tocotrienol: Delta11Locked
Tocotrienols11Locked
Pine Nut10Locked
12 Problem Substances Researched for High Cholesterol
7 Therapeutic Actions Researched for High Cholesterol
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Pubmed Data : J Clin Diagn Res. 2015 Mar ;9(3):KC01-4. Epub 2015 Mar 1. PMID: 25954637
Study Type : Human Study
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Pharmacological Actions : Anticholesteremic Agents
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Pubmed Data : J Microbiol Biotechnol. 2016 Oct 28 ;26(10):1675-1686. PMID: 27435541
Study Type : Animal Study
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Pubmed Data : J Vasc Bras. 2019 Aug 9 ;18:e20180124. Epub 2019 Aug 9. PMID: 31447899
Study Type : Review

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