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Maintaining healthy levels of cholesterol is key to anyone’s health. Too much cholesterol and you can form plaques, increasing your risk for heart disease and heart attacks. Recent findings have found that ginger and rosemary reduce that cholesterol in your blood. The oils of both of those spices were tested in rats and were seen to have a positive effect over time. Both of those spices have other properties, including anti-inflammatory properties, which may have links to other diseases

Key Takeaways:

  • Cholesterol is a problem for most people as it can lead to heart conditions including heart attacks
  • Combining the two was found to have positive effects on rats cholesterol
  • Ginger is well known for its healing properties including high amounts of anti-inflammatories.

“Ginger and rosemary can help a person’s heart and arterial health, according to a study published in the Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines.”

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