As a dietary supplement, take six (6) tablets with breakfast or, for optimal results, take three (3) tablets with breakfast and three (3) tablets with lunch. Dosage may be increased as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
Cholesterol Metabolism Factors™
Supporting the metabolism of fats and cholesterol may improve circulation by bringing more nutrients to the tissues and thus better nourishing them.
Cholesterol Metabolizing/Fat processing:
Niacin –B vitamin that helps the body to metabolize cholesterol.
Choline and Inositol help the body to “burn” fats.
Lecithin – emulsifies fat for its digestion; provides phospholipids for cell membrane structure.
Pantethine – the active form of pantothenic acid, supports the adrenals and provides part of the structure of Coenzyme A, important to cellular energy production.
Beta Glucan from Oat bran – an important soluble fiber
Beta Sitosterol – Plant sterols with a structure similar to cholesterol
Iodine – nourishes the thyroid gland, supports proper metabolism.
Apple Pectin – soluble fiber helps to decrease colon transit time.
Magnesium – required for hundreds of enzymes and for assimilation of Calcium from the blood stream.
Milk Thistle – promotes liver cell growth and supports bile production for fat and cholesterol metabolism. Also has antioxidant properties.
Vitamin D – produced from cholesterol.
Vitamin B-6 and Niacin – needed for nerve and energy systems.
Cholesterol’s many functions include:
structural component of cell membranes, synthesized into sex hormones (testosterone and estrogen), converted into Vitamin D, production of CoQ10, transport of fat soluble vitamins, fetal growth and development, synthesis of bile, part of the nerve-protective myelin sheath.
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