Does black garlic lower cholesterol?

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asked Nov 12, 2020 in Other-Food Drink by MoeLester (950 points)
Does black garlic lower cholesterol?

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answered Nov 25, 2020 by Christeen (70,120 points)
Black Garlic can lower your cholesterol which also reduces your risk of developing heart disease.

Even regular garlic can help lower your cholesterol too.

Both Black Garlic and regular garlic have been shown in studies to lower your levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, which in turn reduces your risk of heart disease.

If the black garlic is in a package then the black garlic will keep up to 3 months as long as it remains sealed and can be kept at room temperature.

Once opened the black garlic will keep for up to 1 month at room temperature.

If you want to keep the black garlic longer you can refrigerate the black garlic and the black garlic when refrigerated can last from 4 months to as long as 6 months.

You can also freeze the black garlic and keep the black garlic for up to a year.

When frozen the black garlic will last for up to a year and sometimes longer but the longer the black garlic remains frozen the less fresh it becomes.

It's best to just eat the fresh black garlic within a few months of buying it or picking it from the garden.

Garlic whether black garlic or regular garlic is most healthy when it's fresh.

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