Bile acids synthesized from by oxidation from cholesterol in the liver, flowing to the gallbladder to aid digestion.
In other words, binding of bile acids (BAs) may have a strong effect to lower blood cholesterol levels by increasing the excretion of bile acids in the stool and reducing the amount of bile acid returning to the liver.
Dr. Gordon Schectman and colleagues in the study published at the American Journals of Cardiology wrote, " Niacin and lovastatin are effective drugs for hypercholesterolemia management in the Veterans Administration Medical Center setting. However, in elderly veterans, bile acid sequestrants were associated with a higher rate of adverse effects limiting compliance, and psyllium was ineffective".
On finding a potent compound for the prevention and treatment of hypercholesterolemia, researchers examined the effects of kale bile acid-binding capacity.
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(1) In Vitro Bile Acid Binding Capacities of Red Leaf Lettuce and Cruciferous Vegetables by Yang IF1, Jayaprakasha GK1, Patil BS. (PubMed)
(2) Evaluation of the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy (bile acid sequestrants, niacin, psyllium and lovastatin) for treating hypercholesterolemia in veterans by Gordon Schectman, Schectmana, Jan Hiatt, Pharm D. Arthur Hartz, MD. (the American Journals of Cardiology)