Cholesterol FX (Sandersons)

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Cholesterol FX is an effective support for healthy cholesterol levels.  Cholesterol is a compound that is an integral structural component of cell membranes and a precursor in the synthesis of steroid hormones. Dietary cholesterol is obtained from animal sources, but cholesterol is also synthesized by the liver. Cholesterol is carried in the blood by lipoproteins. There are two types of cholesterol, high-density lipoproteins (HDL) and low-density lipoproteins (LDL). LDL is what is referred to as “bad cholesterol”. In atherosclerosis, LDL cholesterol accumulates in plaques on the walls of some arteries; left untreated this may ultimately lead to clots, heart attack or stroke.

The active ingredient in Cholesterol FX is a unique patented product that has been the subject of extensive scientific trials showing it to be an effective support in the active management of healthy cholesterol. It is a natural product sourced from pine trees, that is non-GMO and a low allergy formulation. Cholesterol FX is vegetarian friendly and comes in an easy to swallow capsule.

Reducol® phytosterol/phytostanol complex (Conifer)    360mg

No added milk, soy, eggs, peanuts, mustard, celery, sesame, fish, tree nuts, shellfish, gluten, wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut, artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.

Direction for Use:
Recommended Adult Dosage: Scientifically indicated daily dose of Reducol is up to 1800mg per day.
Initial Dose: (first 30 days): Take 2 capsules prior to breakfast, 1 capsule prior to lunch, and 2 capsules prior to evening meal.
Maintenance Dose: Take 1 capsule before breakfast, lunch and evening meal or as directed by your healthcare professional.

Warnings :
The ingredient Reducol® has been given GRAS status (Generally Regarded As Safe) by the USA Food & Drug Administration. Reducol® has been shown to be well tolerated in human studies. Phytosterols may lower blood levels of betacarotene, but a diet containing adequate amounts of fruits and vegetables will compensate for any variation. There are no known interactions with pharmaceutical medications. Cholesterol FX may be taken in conjunction with Statin medication and research (Scholle et al 2009) suggests it may provide the extra support you might need to reach cholesterol goals.