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Compounds in an Asian fermented fish paste could reduce high cholesterol

03:07 EDT 12 Sep 2017 | Physorg.COM

Compounds in a fermented fish paste used as a condiment in Indonesia efficiently inhibit an enzyme involved in cholesterol synthesis, reports a study published in the Pertanika journal Tropical Agricultural Science.

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