Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic set out to answer which is better at lowering Cholesterol, statins or supplements.

Outcomes for 190 adults, ages 40 to 75 were tracked. Some participants were given a 5 mg daily dose of rosuvastatin, a statin that is sold under the brand name Crestor for 28 days. Others were given supplements, including fish oil, cinnamon, garlic, turmeric, plant sterols or red yeast rice for the same period.

Results were mixed.  To find out what could be best for your patients click here.