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Cholesterol Support


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Cholesterol Support


Safe levels of blood lipids depend on individual risk factors such as antioxidant status, exercise, stress, tobacco use, genetics and other cardiovascular risk factors such as blood pressure or established coronary heart disease. Although there is some difference in opinion, most agree that a total cholesterol level below 200 is desirable.

Rule out endocrine dysfunction (thyroid, adrenal), carbohydrate sensitivity, lack of exercise, high-carbohydrate and sugar diet, chronic sleep deprivation, dysbiosis, essential fatty acid (EFA) deficiency and prolonged bowel transit time. Eliminate refined carbohydrates and hydrogenated fats from the diet. Increase fiber, both soluble and insoluble.


6 capsules, twice per day with food.

Description: Supplies specific nutrients shown to modify the production of cholesterol in the liver.

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1-5 drops, once per day.

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2 tablets, once per day with food or at bedtime.

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Acti-Mag Plus™

1 scoop, with food or at bedtime.


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EFA-Sirt Supreme®

3 capsules, twice per day.

Description: Cardiovasular and healthy aging support.

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For Additional Support for Healthy Cholesterol Levels:

Red Yeast Rice

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Niacin 100™

Description: Niacin is recognized as a cardioprotective agent, primarily due to its action in inhibiting triglyceride synthesis, resulting in both increased HDL and lowered TG.


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