'New clinical trials show that including garlic in the diet can reduce cholesterol.'
My analysis so far:
[C [S [Det. [Adj. New]] [Premod. [Adj. clinical]] [H [N trials]] [Pred. [V show]] [Sub.Conj. that] [DO/SP? including garlic in the diet can reduce cholesterol]]
I can't tell if the part that comes after 'that' is either a Direct Object or a Subject Predicative ( or Oblig. Adverbial?). Also whether 'including garlic in the diet' is a VP or a NP, and same goes for 'can reduce cholesterol'.
It's almost like this with every sentence (mostly rel/sub-clauses), I am able to identify the Subject and the Predicate, but I have trouble naming everything that comes after. If someone could please help me get further I would very much appreciate it.
Also, if anyone knows a good online source with examples of tree diagrams, please let me know! Thank you.