Combination of Free Plant Sterols, Oats, Green Tea Extract and Red Yeast Rice

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Organika’s Cholesterol combines phytosterols, oat extract, green tea and red yeast rice to synergistically combat high cholesterol levels, support heart health, reduce arterial plaques and improve blood flow.

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  • Non GMO
  • No artificial ingredients
  • Wheat free
  • Vegan friendly

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  • Improves cholesterol levels and cardiovascular health
  • Helps lower LDL and total cholesterol blood levels
  • Reduces dietary cholesterol absorption
  • Reduces arterial buildup and other risk factors associated with heart disease and stroke
  • Lowers high blood pressure
  • Helps achieve and maintain an ideal body weight
  • Contains antioxidant for the maintenance of overall good health
  • Excess low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in our blood stream can be an indicator of poor cardiovascular health. Doing what you can to decrease LDL cholesterol can be the ticket to keeping your ticker tocking for years to come. Organika’s Cholesterol is formulated to provide a multi-pronged approach at reducing excess cholesterol levels.

    Sourced from soybeans, plant sterols (steroid-like molecules made by plants), are known for their LDL cholesterol lowering effects. They are molecularly quite similar to cholesterol, and work by competing for cholesterol absorption in the gut.

    Green tea is chocked full of phytonutrients called polyphenols. Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) is the major polyphenolic compound in green tea. This catechin has been shown to provide protective vascular properties and inhibit oxidation, which supports their effectiveness in improving cholesterol and cardiovascular health.

    Traditionally used in Asia for centuries, red yeast rice contains substances called monacolins. One of them, monacolin K, is chemically identical to the active ingredient in the cholesterol-lowering drug lovastatin. This makes red yeast rice a natural source of this cholesterol-reducing substance, that decreases the production of cholesterol by the liver.

    Oats, the same ones you may have had for breakfast, provide beta-glucans, a type of soluble, prebiotic fibre found in its cell walls. Studies have shown beta-glucans can decrease blood levels of LDL cholesterol, as well as provide benefits for healthy weight management.

    Together, this magical combination of plant extracts can help combat your excess cholesterol and support a healthy cardiovascular system and life.

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