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Many customers have asked for a product that will help lower cholesterol.
What is cholesterol? Cholesterol is a waxy substance that floats around in your bloodstream. When your doctor sees too much of it, he immediately wants to put you on a very low cholesterol diet, and some kind of drug to bring it down.
Why do we want to control it? Why is it dangerous?
LDL cholesterol can build up on the inside of artery walls, contributing to artery blockages that can lead to heart attacks. Higher LDL cholesterol levels mean higher risk.
You're considered to be at a high risk of heart disease if you have or have had any of the following:
A previous heart attack or stroke
Artery blockages in your neck (carotid artery disease)
Artery blockages in your arms or legs (peripheral artery disease)
In addition, two or more of the following risk factors also might place you in the very high risk group:
High blood pressure
Low HDL cholesterol
Family history of early heart disease
Older than 45, if you're a man; and 55, if you're a woman
Elevated lipoprotein (which is another type of fat in your blood)
Your doctor will most likely ask you to change your diet by eliminating fats from meat, fats from full fat dairy produce, eggs, some oils, store bought cookies, crackers and cakes, just to mention a few dietary changes.
Good diet and regular exercise are vital for everyone, in order to reduce the risks of chronic disease and have healthy cholesterol levels.
Cholesterol Support Formula
contains an ingredient that is so effective that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) allows for specially qualified health claims to be made about this ingredient and what it can do to help lower
This ingredient is phytosterols, a nutrient that looks under a microscope like plant cholesterols.
Additionally, we included three other ingredients. One that comes from sugar cane called Policosanol, vitamin D, and niacin. These three ingredients also help support healthy cholesterol levels.
Cholesterol Support Ingredients
What Are Phytosterols?
Plant sterols, also known as phytosterols (the plant’s cholesterol), are naturally-occurring substances that are found in fruit, vegetables, legumes, whole-grain products and most vegetable oils.
Just as humans have cholesterol, so do plants. If you were to look at plant sterols under a microscope, they look very similar to human cholesterol.
Over 140 clinical studies have shown that plant sterols can help reduce LDL cholesterol levels.
Experts recommend that to get the maximum cholesterol-lowering benefits, you should be getting between 1,500 to 3,000 milligrams of plant sterols per day through your diet and/or supplementation.
To begin to see any benefits you need to get a minimum of 800 milligrams per day. Most Americans get approximately 250 milligrams of plant sterols per day from the foods they eat.
While it may be difficult to get this amount naturally from heart healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables, it is very achievable if you include the RHP™ Cholesterol Support Formula.
The cost is $32.70 for a month's supply.
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