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Cholesterol Synergy Formula
Optimum production of
cholesterol and other fat molecules in the liver and maintaining
normal blood lipid levels are important for a healthy heart, healthy
blood vessels and general wellbeing. Cholesterol is critical for
building cellular membranes as well as being a building block of
hormones and other vital molecules. Triglycerides are a component of
many biological structures and provide essential bio-energy.
Many factors, including diet, affect blood cholesterol and
triglyceride levels, however, the availability of specific vitamins,
minerals and micronutrients play a vital role in keeping cholesterol
blood levels within a healthy range.
The Dr. Rath Healthy Cholesterol Synergy Formula is built on
our pioneering research, which identified a ‘team’ of specific
micronutrients providing optimum support for cholesterol and
triglyceride metabolism and maintaining healthy blood levels of these
important biological molecules that are already within a normal
Nutrients: Vitamin C, Niacin, Beta Sitosterol, Apple Pectins,
Carnitine and other essential nutrients.
Vitamin C: This important vitamin is not produced in the
human body, although it is essential for collagen production – the
main component of our blood vessels. It promotes strong and elastic
artery walls. In addition, vitamin C can affect cholesterol
production in the liver by regulating activity of a key enzyme in
cholesterol synthesis, HMG Co-A reductase.
Vitamin B6, B12, Folic acid: These nutrients work together as
a biological team in regulating biochemical reactions involved in
methionine metabolism and maintaining healthy homocysteine levels.
Niacin (Vitamin B3): Niacin supports fatty acid metabolism.
It has been shown to be effective in maintaining healthy LDL
cholesterol and triglyceride levels that are already within a normal
range, as well as supporting HDL cholesterol.
Beta-Sitosterol: This is a plant sterol closely resembling
cholesterol. This nutrient helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels
that are already within a normal range by reducing the absorption of
dietary cholesterol from the digestive system and supporting an
increased flow of bile juices, which facilitates the excretion of
unabsorbed cholesterol molecules in the digestive tract.
Apple pectins: A soluble dietary source of fiber, apple
pectins can bind with LDL cholesterol and accelerate cholesterol
excretion, maintaining cholesterol levels that are already normal..
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