Benefits of Cholesterol Supplements

By Gary Stanton
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In today’s society, more and more individuals are looking for alternative ways to improve their health and well-being in a natural and healthy way. Those who would like to lower their total blood triglycerides and cholesterol levels are finally realizing the therapeutic benefits of natural remedies such as herbal and cholesterol supplements.

Research and studies show that a combination of natural supplements as well as a healthy diet and lifestyle enhances a person’s well-being and aids in the treatment of various health conditions.

Numerous benefits are experienced by those who take in cholesterol supplements. This is because most act as a blood detoxifier which helps in breaking up stagnation in a person’s body. Additionally, it also helps in lowering the triglycerides and cholesterol levels of a person. Apart from that, it helps maintain or improve the HDL (high-density lipoproteins) to LDL (low-density lipoproteins) ratio.

Moreover, these natural supplements are known to be great heart boosters which strengthen the heart and helps eliminate plaque from the tiny arteries. Due to this, the probability of experiencing heart attacks is reduced. Furthermore, it relaxes the muscles which helps alleviate menstrual pain.

Another good reason why natural supplements are highly recommended is because these are safe and nontoxic to the human body. In addition, these cholesterol supplements are used for dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, skin rashes and weight management. It also improves circulation; gives relief from arthritis pain and treat boils.

In choosing the right cholesterol supplements, some of the ingredients that one should look for would include: Guggul, Inositol Hexanicotinate, Plant Sterols and Plant Stanols; Policosanol, Red Yeast Rice and Selenomethionine. Guggul is known to reduce high cholesterol because it lowers harmful LDL while elevating the beneficial HDL. Inositol Hexanicotinate on the other hand has been proven to decrease triglyceride while increasing HDL cholesterol and lowering LDL cholesterol. Moreover, it decreases lipoprotein as well as fibrinogen which helps reduce cardiovascular related diseases.

When it comes to lowering one’s cholesterol and protecting the heart, Plant Sterols and Plant Stanols does a pretty good job while Red Yeast Rice is known to invigorate the function of the spleen while promoting blood circulation and soothing upset stomach.

Policosanol is a nutrient found in beeswax and raw sugar cane known to extensively decrease LDL cholesterol levels while increasing HDL levels. It also lowers the total triglycerides without raising blood sugar levels. Selenomethionine is a hypolipidemic that helps improve diabetic symptoms and prevents ventricular tachycardia. It also helps protect against heart failure and cardiomyopathy.

The importance of lowering one’s triglycerides and balancing the cholesterol level of a person can be achieved through a healthy diet, regular exercise and taking natural supplements such as LipidShield. This cholesterol supplement already contains all of the ingredients mentioned above to reduce LDL and increase HDL while obtaining a total triglyceride reduction in order to finally live a healthier and productive life.


About the Author:

Gary Stanton is the current President of New Health Corp. New Health Corp. is the creator of WeightSavior, HeartSavior, LipidShield® Plus, Omega1000EC and Amazing Sleep Plus. WeightSavior is a product for High cholesterol weight loss.

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