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The lowly “talbos ng kamote” or “sweet potato leaves” is a kind of plant (scientifically called Ipomoea Batatas) that we always see growing in vacant lots and on the roadside anywhere we go in the Philippines. It grows all year round and doesn’t need that much maintenance because it grows wild most of the time.

Is it really true that experts now say that we do not really need to limit our dietary intake of cholesterol to prevent heart disease? Does this mean cholesterol does not really have anything to do with the development of heart disease?​