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What is artichoke extract good for? Find out what the experts say

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Expert opinion from Cassia D Muller

Bechelor in Nutrition · 2 years of experience · Brazil

Studies show that artichoke extract lowers LDL (bad cholesterol) by lowering blood cholesterol levels. This is due to flavonoids (antioxidants) which are the molecules that give the artichoke its purple color and inhibit this health problem.

Expert opinion from Julia Rocha

Bachelor in Nutrition · 3 years of experience · Brazil

Artichoke extract is rich in flavonoids, also known as antioxidants, so it can bring countless health benefits, such as helping to lower LDL, the bad cholesterol, reducing blood cholesterol levels. It also protects the liver from damage and increases the production of bile, which helps in the removal of harmful toxins to this organ.

Expert opinion from Caroline Luiza C. Castro

Master's in Nutrition Sciences · 16 years of experience · Brazil

Artichoke extract is good for reducing low density cholesterol (LDL) in our blood. In addition this extract is an interesting product, being useful in optimize liver detoxification, also helping to reduce body weight and inflammatory conditions. 

Reference: Story by Cassia D Muller, Julia Rocha, Caroline Luiza C. Castro • 16 Nov 2022

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