Cholesterol Control 60 caps

 
CHOLESTEROL CONTROL
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Product Name: Cholesterol Control, 60 caps

Pharmaceutical Form: 60 capsules, 45.85 g

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Description:

• It lowers bad cholesterol (LDL) and the triglycerides in the blood, without reducing good cholesterol (HDL cholesterol);
• It reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and it is effective against obesity;
• It reduces the incidence of stroke, myocardial infarction, thrombosis;
• It reduces deposits of subcutaneous fat and liver fat;
• It regulates appetite, it reduces the need for sweets;
• It regulates the digestive function, and that of the bile;
• It reduces fermentation processes in the stomach, eliminating bloating and intestinal cramps;
• It stimulates the production of enzymes that help the release of energy.

Ingredients:
Composition / capsule (764.22 mg)
Policosanol 90% (from cane sugar / Saccahrum officinarum) - 5.55 mg
Niacin - 25mg (156% RDI),
Extract of Commiphora wightii (2.5% guggulsterone) - 50mg,
Vegetable sterol complexes (40% beta-sitosterol) - 200mg
Powder of Cayenne pepper fruit (Capsicum annuum var. Cayenne) - 25mg,
Powder of garlic bulb (Allium sativum) - 25mg,
Inactive ingredients: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide, vegetable capsule (cellulose)
It contains NO sugar, starch, preservatives, flavors or coloring agents.
It does not contain any allergenic compounds.

Directions for Use:
The recommended daily intake: 2 capsules (you can take more than 2 only at the doctor's advice). Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Only for adults. Take 2 capsules per day (you can take more than 2 only at the doctor's advice) with a glass of water, half an hour before the meal.

It would be ideal to complete the diet with specific physical exersice and mental and emotional balance.

Precautions:

Children and women under 18 years, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers, and people that take statins should ask for the doctor’s advice before taking this product.

Shelf Life:    3 years

Indications:

stroke, cardiac arrhythmias, atherosclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, cardiovascular disease, ischemic heart disease, disordered cerebral circulation, poor peripheral circulation, cholelithiasis, high cholesterol, senile dementia, diabetes type 1 and type 2, biliary dyskinesia, endocrine dysfunction, metabolic disorders, dyslipidemia, gout, viral, toxic, and autoimmune hepatitis, high blood pressure (hypertension), heart failure, coronary insufficiency, migraine, neuralgia, neuropathy, obesity, paresis, paralysis, Parkinson's disease, hepatic steatosis, thrombosis, thrombophlebitis, memory disorders

Product Details:    

Phytosterols Complex-  Phytosterols are lipids that are part of the composition of plants and that have a structure similar to cholesterol (the difference resides in the existence of an additional ethyl group). Sterol compounds (also called sterolins), are found in abundance in the composition of some plants, of which the most common are beta sisterol, stigmasterol and campesterol. Oils obtained from plants are particularly rich in phytosterols.

It was proved that sterol compounds play an important role in the body to maintain cholesterol levels within the normal limits. They inhibit the intestinal absorption of cholesterol; fat soluble esters (5 alpha derived saturated stanols) have been widely used for the lowering of the serum of cholesterol since the 1990s. A factor that results in a lowering of serum cholesterol by at least 10% is the use of phytosterols, by inhibiting the intestinal absorption of "bad" cholesterol and by stimulating the synthesis of "good" cholesterol. They are important in the biosynthesis of bile acids, various hormones such as aldosterone, cortisol, progesterone, testosterone and vitamin D.

The interest for phytosterols increased when a researcher in South Africa, Roelof Wilke Liebenburg, after observing how certain folk remedies have good results in the treatment of prostate cancer, began to study the effects of phytosterols. Hence, the resulting sterol-based drugs, that are used in the treatment of prostate adenoma. Later on, sterol drugs began to be used against immune system problems, asthma, diabetes, herpes, rheumatoid arthritis, allergies. Recent research focuses on the effect of sterols against fibromyalgia, tuberculosis, hepatitis and other diseases in which the boosting of the immune system may reduce the severity and duration of illness.

Researchers have shown that beta sitosterol can help regulating the function of helper T lymphocytes and NK (natural killer) cells, when the body is under stress (especially in cases of disease).
 
The use of plant sterols to treat hypercholesterolemia appears to be an answer to this problem.

Guggul- is a renowned plant in the Ayurvedic medicine and it has been used for over 2000 years.

The resinous extract called guggulipid, is an antagonist of the cellular receptors responsible for cholesterol synthesis. In addition to this action, due to its purifying effects, guggul is effective in the treatment of joint diseases and metabolic disorders, obesity, diabetes, dyslipidemia. Guggul increases blood leukocytes and disinfects secretions, including the mucus, sweat and urine. It reduces fat, toxins, tumors and tissue necrosis.

Niacin-Niacin (later called vitamin B3) was originally discovered in the context of the search for a cure against pellagra. Vitamin B3 is part of the vitamin B complex, that plays an essential role in metabolism. The vitamins of the group B were grouped together because of similar properties and the presence in the same food sources. Because of the close link between them, one vitamin’s deficiency leads to the inappropriate use of the others. Niacin plays an important role in the metabolism of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals, regulating the adrenal function. It lowers the risk of cardiovascular disorders, lowering the harmful cholesterol level (LDL), increasing the level of beneficial cholesterol (HDL), and lowering blood triglyceride levels. It also regulates blood pressure, it improves blood circulation – it takes part in the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, it protects against atherosclerosis, migraine, dizziness, it prevents diarrhea. It is essential to the normal functioning of the digestive system, the nervous system, maintaining skin integrity and the integrity of the mucous membranes, and the normal synthesis of hormones (testosterone, estrogen, insulin). It relieves ulcer pains and fights against halitosis (mouth odor).

Capsicum fastigiatum - a variety of hot pepper that is rich in capsaicina. Capsaicin has the effects of reducing blood cholesterol levels. Studies show that the action of capsaicin is achieved in two ways: it increases the activity of the enzymes responsible for fat metabolism and it decreases the amount of cholesterol absorbed by the body. Studies have shown that a constituent of capsaicin, dihydrocapsaicin, increases HDL cholesterol ("good") cholesterol and lowers LDL cholesterol ("bad cholesterol") with beneficial results for atherosclerosis (it prevents the growth of plaque buildup on blood vessel walls). A study in India shows that a diet rich in spicy food and chilli pepper (with a high content in capsaicin) and low in protein, has good results in lowering body weight and regulating the level of triglycerides in the body. Capsaicin bounds to liver proteins (proteins that have a role in transporting fats), indirectly leading to a decrease in their absorption.
Due to its vasodilator effect, capsaicin lowers blood pressure and the risk of stroke or heart attack. It can be used to stimulate circulation in the legs or other affected areas. The vasodilator effect is also responsible for decreasing pain in the areas where capsaicin cream is applied.
  Both qualities increase blood flow and its analgesic effects, working in conjunction to improve the life quality for diabetics. According to Dr. Rud Tandan, about 25-33% of diabetic patients suffer from pains due to diabetic neuropathy. The studies found in the archives of the Internal Medicine Research Center, USA, show that 25% of the patients have complete pain relief after the treatment with capsaicin, while 50% had a significant reduction of the pain.

Policosanol is a natural extract from cane sugar, with cholesterol-lowering effects. It contains isolated compounds from sugarcane stem. It reduces cholesterol synthesis in the liver, thus helping to prevent atherosclerosis. It regulates the cholesterol level, the LDL-cholesterol level and the level of triglycerides. It increases vitality and improves resistance the resistance of the body to stress.
     

Manufacturer: BIOELEMENTE

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