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Many patients aren’t willing to use prescription drugs as their primary choice to address high cholesterol levels. Our professional clientel often try natural products, diet, and exercise first. The ingredients in our PC Nutrition Chloless Support formula have shown to be a great choice, and we are pleased to make it available to all our customers.
Dietary supplement. Clinically proven: Clinical research has proven that plant sterols and stanols (like those found in the Choless Support), may reduce LDL cholesterol (often described as the bad cholesterol) up to 24% when 1.7 g per day are consumed as part of a healthy diet (Jones et al., AM. J. Clin. Nutr. 1999, 69: 1144-1150.). Combining Choless Control with proper diet & exercise can help you achieve success in your fight to improve your cholesterol health. Products containing at least 0.4 g per serving of plant sterols, taken twice a day with meals, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Being proactive in your fight to improve cholesterol health is key to insuring your overall cardio health!
With heart disease being the #1 killer of both men and women, it stands to reason that a diagnosis of high chlolesterol would raise a red flag. High cholesterol is considered a major risk factor for both heart disease and stroke. There are basically two types of cholesterol: High-density lipoprotein cholesterol, or HDL-C, is called “good” cholesterol because it takes cholesterol from tissues to the liver, which removes it from the body and Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, or LDL-C, is called “bad” cholesterol because it carries cholesterol to tissues, including the arteries. High levels of LDL cholesterol (commonly known as hardening of the arteries) are those that require some type of attention.
Unfortunately, by itself, high cholesterol does not cause any symptoms, so many people are unaware of it. If you have been handed a diagnosis of an undesirabely high level of LDL cholesterol, it is extremely important to discuss your plan of attack with your health care provider. Realizing that many people do not wish to incur the side effects and high cost of prescription drugs, health care providers are most always willing to try a natural approach first. This would involve a specific diet and exercise plan and most likely adding specific natural supplements to your daily routine.
There has been a multitude of studies showing the type of diet, exercise, and supplement use that is the most beneficial in helping to lower cholesterol levels. Your health care provider should be up on the latest news regarding this. As far as natural supplements are concerned, our PC Nutrition Choless Support contains all of the ingredients that have been well studied. They have been combined in the proper proportions to insure a potent and beneficial product.
As part of the PC Nutrition brand, this product was previously distributed through professional medical offices and specialized clinics. These formulas have been engineered as custom products that address health issues frequently discussed with doctors. After test marketing this product we decided to make it available to all of our OneLifeUSA customers . Be sure to speak with your health care provider before starting any natural method to address a health concern. Make sure they know what supplements you are taking and don't discontinue any medication without speaking to them first.
Author: Randy R.
Amazing what this did for my triglyceride levels! Wouldn't go a day without it.
So you´ve been told that your cholesterol is too high and for basically for the sake of your life, you need to lower it. Your doctor has advised you on some dietary changes you need to make and an exercise program you should be on. He´s given you 30 days to try these things and to see if you can lower your numbers. If not, it´s onto that dreaded prescription drug for the rest of your life.
Elevated cholesterol is associated with a greater-than-normal risk of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. While antioxidants can inhibit cholesterol from oxidizing onto the linings of the arteries, knowing and controlling your cholesterol levels is still an important step in preventing cardiovascular disease.
Estimates are that 52% of the total population has cholesterol levels of 200 mg/dL, and about 21% have levels of 240 or above. In adults, total cholesterol levels from 200 to 239 mg/dL are considered borderline-high, while levels above 240 are considered dangerously high.
We recently published the breaking news that Statins (cholesterol lowering drugs such as Lipitor, Crestor, etc.) slow or block your body´s ability to make its own Co Q-10.