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can regular water increase your cholesterol?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Cardiology 51 years experience
Lipids: No.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology 44 years experience
There are a number of "magic water" scams that target people concerned about lipids. Thanks for your accurate answer.
Apr 14, 2013

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Does vinegar, cider and water reduce cholesterol?

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Not A Rat's Chance: Quote: "There have been many lofty claims about the miraculous healing powers of apple cider vinegar, and many people do seem to be experiencing some health benefits. However, much of what you read about this product on the Internet is overstated, or simply unfounded." And if you are a rat, it may affect your cholesterol (a rat study), but really now, I think it's a marvelously stinky placebo.

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