There is no substance as controversial as cholesterol, and no substance about which there is more confusion. The fact is, 9 out of 10 people can control their cholesterol levels with dietary changes and nutritional supplements alone. Cholesterol is essential to health, which means that our body has to manufacture it in order to keep us alive. Cholesterol is needed to make many of our hormones, vitamin D and bile acids which aid fat digestion and to keep our cell membranes intact. For 70 percent of the population, an increase in the consumption of cholesterol-laden foods decreases production within the body by means of a protective, regulating feedback system. The other 20 percent may have to use dietary changes and nutritional supplements to keep cholesterol levels in check. Less than 10 percent of people with high cholesterol will require medication to keep levels in check.

This is probably a shock to most people considering that cholesterol lowering statins are the number one prescribed drug in Canada today. But while some healthy cholesterol is good for us, too much of it may clog your arteries and increase your risk of heart disease and stroke.


Thankfully nature provides us with Sytrinol, a safe, effective cholesterol and triglyceride lowering nutrient that works in 30 days. It is a patented blend made up of powerful antioxidants including polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) and a range of palm (alpha, delta and gamma) tocotrienols. Studies have revealed that Sytrinol is able to significantly lower total cholesterol, LDL, and triglyceride (the bad stuff). Better still, the formula has also been shown to increase HDL levels (the good cholesterol) as well as provide anti-inflammatory and antioxidant benefits.


How Does It Work?


Polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) are a group of compounds derived from the peels of citrus fruits (i.e. tangeretin and nobiletin bioflavonoids). They have been shown to lower levels of “bad” LDL cholesterol by blocking the enzymes in the liver responsible for the manufacture of its building blocks: apolipoprotein B & triglycerides.


The palm tocotrienols (members of the Vitamin E family), are extracted from the fruit of the palm tree. These nutrients control anti-inflammatory responses and degrade HMG-CoA reductase, an important enzyme used by the liver for cholesterol production. Palm tocotrienols have also been shown to inhibit arterial plaque formation and reduce the blood from clumping by lubricating platelets.   In addition, they are also powerful antioxidants, decreasing the oxidation of bad LDL, in order to minimize damage and protect cell membranes.


Multiple clinical trials have demonstrated that Sytrinol reduced total cholesterol by 30%, LDL cholesterol was reduced by 27%, and triglycerides reduced by 34% when compared to placebo.

The best news is that in studies, Sytrinol worked independent of diet changes. Toxicity studies have shown that Sytrinol is well tolerated. It should be noted that sytrinol should not be taken with sterols, as they inhibit absorption and reduce effectiveness.

Consider incorporating the following foods into your diet to support cholesterol lowering initiatives: vegetables and juices, fruits, whole grains, herbal teas, cold-pressed vegetable oils, wild fish, free-range/organic skinless, boneless chicken or turkey. Foods to avoid include: margarine, cakes, cookies, candy, biscuits, white foods (bread, flour, sugar, rice, and pasta), aspartame, and “fake” fats and coffee creamers.

By combining a healthy diet with Sytrinol you can achieve optimal results. Follow appropriate dietary guidelines and walk every day. Drink plenty of water and eat lots of fiber. Fiber binds to excess cholesterol and removes it via daily bowel movements. You have now learned the safest, fastest method of lowering cholesterol in 30 days without the side effects of commonly prescribed cholesterol-lowering medications. Adopt the recommendations mentioned in this article and high cholesterol can be a thing of the past.


Information Acquired & from Professionals in the Field of Natural Health.

This column is sponsored by Good 'n' Natural in Steinbach.


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