Almond consumption on a regular basis may help
reduce risk for a heart attack by as much as 50%.
& antioxidant vitamin E found in almond-scan decrease bad LDL
cholesterol levels & increase good HDL cholesterol
Prebiotic Potential Of
(July 1, 2008) -
"Finely ground (well chewed) almonds significantly increased the levels
of certain beneficial gut bacteria.
This effect was not seen when fat content was removed from
This suggests that beneficial bacteria use the almond lipid for growth."
(Indian Gooseberry) @
10/6/2018 - "Studies
have shown that amla is potently anti-atherosclerotic,
aspects of cardiovascular metabolism including improved elasticity of
reduced arterial plaque buildup, cholesterol &
triglycerides (8, 9)...
Amla (fruit) was found to be just as effective as Simvistatin (RX) at
reducing total cholesterol,
reducing LDL cholesterol & increasing HDL
Simvistatin treatment was found to be more effective than
amla at reducing VLDL cholesterol & triglycerides...
One may conclude
that (fruit) amla is just as effective as (RX)
Simvistatin, because the amla benefits seem
equivalent to those of
statin medication...Prolonged use of statin medication (can) result in...
side effects: [Abdominal pain, Abnormal heart beat, Allergic reactions,
Arthritis, Back pain, Bronchitis, Chest pain, Constipation, Diarrhea,
Dizziness, Flu symptoms, fluid retention, Flatulence, Headache,
Indigestion, Infection, Inflammation of sinus & nasal passages, Insomnia,
Joint pain, Muscle aching/weakness, Nausea, Rash,
Urinary tract infection &/or Weakness] (unless CQ10 is included in medical
In 2012, the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) warned
the public that statin medications have been shown to significantly
increase our risk of developing type 2 diabetes."
Artichokes provide a key ingredient for the cholesterol-lowering
James E O'Brien's mini magazine The Miracle of Nature's
published by Glove Communications Corp.
oleic acid found in avocados can be helpful in reducing cholesterol.
Rowen, Robert Jay - Lower Your Cholesterol and Triglycerides
in Just 6 Weeks booklet
Avocados contain omega 9 fatty acids & beta-sitosterol which helps to cut bad
cholesterol in half.
Bananas provide pectin, "a soluble fiber (called a
Bananas are "known to be rich in potassium.
high fiber content is also useful in helping to prevent cardiovascular
Studies suggest that 1 banana a day is enough
to help ward off high blood
2004 Biography Remembering Humphry Osmond: A Pioneer in Orthomolecular
Medicine by Abram Hoffer MD Phd
reminds us that pure niacin (B3) (rather than flush free
niacinamide) is the gold standard for bad cholesterol reduction & good cholesterol increase.
Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine
Berberine - By Jacob Schor @
"The chemical berberine is found in a
handful of plants widely used in botanical medical practice including
Goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis), Oregon grape (Berberis
aquifolium), Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) & Chinese
Goldthread (Coptis chinensis).
2 other berberine-containing plants that are familiar to practitioners
of Chinese medicine are Phellodendron chinense and
Only a few chemicals are known to activate AMPK. Berberine is 1 of
Reports that berberine activates AMPK were first published in 2006.5
Resveratrol, salicylate, & metformin also activate this chemical
Berberine’s (bad cholerterol) lipid-lowering mechanism of action is
different from that found in the statin drugs.41 Combining
berberine with statin drugs has a synergistic effect & is more
effective than using either alone."
Beta-sitosterol supplements and citrus pectin
(citrus fruit white rinds) may help reduce bad LDL cholesterol.
Beta-sitosterol is a plant sterol like cholesterol & competes for intestinal uptake space.
BLUEBERRIES - In the arteries, whole wild blueberries
seem to inhibit LDL oxidation, decrease platelet aggregation, & reduce inflammation.
Blueberries may also help preserve nitric oxide availability.
5/2005 Journal of Experimental Neurology + Winter 2005/2006
CoQ10 needed with satin drugs per Dr Whitaker Health &
Healing 8/2002 vol 12, #8
CoQ10 needed with CoA reductase drugs (satins) per 8/2004 Life
CoQ10 is a naturally occurring substance found in body & may help
problems of the heart, muscle, immune system, + may help Parkinson's,
Alzheimer's & cancer.
CoQ10 is a prescription drug in Japan to help in the treatment of
congestive heart failure.
The Kaneka yeast-fermented product (available
in Japan & Pasadena, Texas, USA) is chemically
identical to human CoQ10. Lipitor drug to treat cholesterol
depletes CoQ10 because it inhibits HMG-CoA reductase enzyme.
Mitchell was awarded the 1978 Nobel Prize for his CoQ10 research. 8/2006
CQ10 is a must with cholesterol lowering drugs.
Jay S. Cohen, M.D.(Del Mar, California) has
specialized in psychopharmacology & is adjunct (voluntary) associate professor
of Family & Preventive Medicine at the University of California, San
CQ10 is "known for its ability
to prevent cholesterol from hardening...Individuals who take
cholesterol-lowering drugs may be at a greater risk to experience a
shortage of coenzyme Q10." Bill Sardi What's Best
Curcumin (turmeric) + a dash of black pepper raise good HDL
cholesterol & reduce bad LDL cholesterol per 2/2004 Life Extension
Fuhrman, Dr Joel -
Naturally Lowering Cholesterol @
Protection for Life -
Student Studies A New Type of Medicine -
Garlic - especially
the much dreaded grains
were safer to eat in earlier times since their preparation included
soaking (& throwing away soak water), sprouting & fermenting, which
largely reduces the anti-nutrient content & makes them less
Most all grains, legumes, beans (kidney/mung/soy/whatever) and raw
to be washed, soaked, water tossed off, and then cooked, not using
leftover water in soup.
This is especially true of any above cited vegetables NOT
which helps to offset natural plant insecticides/ toxins
or especially any man-made chemical GMO & like problems, if the plant
is NOT organic.
Obviously, #1 remedy is to say grace before each meal.
Each spring replant/recycle those garlic roots in your "victory" garden.
lowers Blood Pressure in Hypertensive Individuals,
Regulates Serum Cholesterol, & Stimulates Immunity:
J Nutr. 2016;146(2):389S–96S.
doi: 10.3945/jn.114.202192. [PubMed]
per Ried, K
Garlic Extract Inhibits Human
Platelet Aggregation by Altering Intracellular
Signaling & Platelet Shape Change. J
doi: 10.3945/jn.114.202408. [PubMed]
per Rahman K, Lowe GM, Smith S.
Garlic Extract Reduces Low Attenuation Plaque
in Coronary Arteries of Patients with Metabolic
Syndrome in a Prospective Randomized Double-Blind Study. J
Nakanishi R, Li D, Alani A, Rezaeian P, Prabhu S, et al.
Grapefruit, especially red/pink, can lower cholesterol 16-8% when
eaten daily per Shela Gorinstein
of Jerusalem Hebrew University as cited
in 2007 Bottom Line's Best Bets
Grapefruit may interact with, often strengthening, meds, so be forewarned
when taking prescriptions to omit grapefruit or lower meds.
with your druggist; read insert that comes with medication.
Guggu-lipid supplements may help
lower unhealthy LDL-cholesterol levels, while increasing good HDL
Guggu-lipid is an extract of guggul, a resin from a
myrrh tree that grows in India. @
Glucan, especially Oat β-glucan
10/15/2014 - from
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition -
Hyman, Dr. Mark -
Red rice yeast -
"Like pharmaceutical statins,
inhibits an enzyme in liver called HMG Coenzyme A reductase, which
is involved in producing cholesterol.
HMG CoA reductase also produces a
number of substances useful to us, such as heart-healthy
I recommend at least 100 mg a day of CoQ10 for anyone who
I do NOT recommend it for people with liver impairment...Try...other
That being said, the standard dose is 600 mg twice a
Red rice yeast extract grown on white rice interferes with CoQ10;
thus one needs
to supplement with CoQ10. Red rice yeast may reduce
LDL cholesterol & triglycerides. Red rice yeast may interact with satin
drugs causing muscle dysfunction, dizziness and liver toxicity.
on red rice yeast may cause same side effects.
Red Yeast Rice
(monascus purpureus) a fermented Chinese rice extract can help reduce
o not take if on cholesterol medications, as it duplicates some meds.
Red Yeast Rice
(monascus purpureus) -
Factory Production -
White or brown rice is inoculated with the Monascus purpureus yeast
So, what is RYR exactly & how is it produced? Basically, as mentioned
previously, common or garden rice is used as an incubation medium & subsequent carrier for the Monascus purpureus yeast strain.
This is typically achieved by soaking the rice in water until it is
saturated then steaming it to sterilize & pre-cook the grains.
The rice is then either directly inoculated with live M. purpureus spores
or exposing the grains to powdered RYR.
This rice is then incubated at
room temperature for 3-6 days during which time the grains become cultured
with the yeast & turn a vivid red color on the inside & a dark
purple colour on the outer surface of the grains...
The cultured rice is then dried & can be powdered or
re-cooked (when purchased in packages such as found in Oriental
grocery stores such as Store 88) & used conventionally in
table dishes or as a pasteurized paste.
At this point the
statin content of the RYR is far higher than anything bough in commercial
supplement form & caution should be used when consuming the
RYR as muscle pains are commonly reported by statin users.
RYR prepared in this fashion has been used in China since the Tang
Dynasty in 800 A.D where it was used as a tonic, digestive aid & a treatment for
circulatory ailments. The continued use...
is a clear indicator that RYR
products are, indeed, beneficial in the treatment of high cholesterol...
Some manufacturer's products contain virtually pure monacolin K or are
enhanced with pure lovastatin.
Statin drugs have been shown to
be the cause of liver & muscle damage so
caution is advised...
In the 1970's researchers in the US were isolating the lovastatin
compound from Aspergillus.
At roughly the same time research in Japan was
isolating monacolins for Monascus, a yeast identical to the 1 used to inoculate red yeast rice.
The results of these 2 largely unrelated research efforts turned up 1
This was that lovastatin & 1 of the monacolin isolates, monacolin K, are
Lovastatin went on to be marketed as the commercial
prescription drug Mevacor & red yeast rice became a sought after,
non-prescription dietary supplement.
Unfortunately is did not take the FDA long to make the connection
between the RYR (red yeast rice) & Mevacor & due to the absolute
similarity in statin content between the 2 it ruled that RYR was a
regulable substance & ordered its removal from the commercial circuit.
This decision was the subject of vigorous resistance, debate & litigation
which has resulted in any RYR encountered today will have no lovastatin
content. Sadly as the "purged" product is then no longer regulable, the
exact contents are often unknown & it is difficult to
establish what you are getting from product to product.
Red Yeast Rice
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Red Yeast Rice - supplements -
"The lipid modification effects appeared to be similar to pravastatin,
simvastatin, lovastatin, atorvastatin, or fluvastatin. Compared with
non-statin lipid lowering agents, RYR preparations appeared superior
to nicotinate & fish oils, but equal to or less effective than
fenofibrate & gemfibrozil."
Red Yeast Rice factory preparation -
Red Yeast Rice safety -
Cooking red yeast rice -
way to cook this kind of
red yeast rice,
is by putting the rice into warm water for about 24 hours before you
cook it, it makes several fungus grow, & fermentation process work
For other tips, is to consume all the cooked
red yeast rice
for 1 time.
If it's consumed in other time, the effect will be
red yeast rice
PASTE or ang chao in Taiwanese -
1. Lightly crush the ang chao & soak it with the rice wine
in a clean glass jar. Leave in room temperature for a day.
2. Cook the (other white/brown) sticky rice & let cool until lukewarm
to the touch. The trick here is to make sure the rice is less than
30°C. The slight warmth of the (white) rice would help with the (red
yeast rice) fermentation.
Higher than that the yeast would
be killed & a different kind of nasty fermenting would happen.
2b. Mix #1 (ang chao) with the (white cooked) sticky rice thoroughly.
Place in a large bowl or jar [big enough to put the duck (chicken/turkey)
breast in later] & make a hole in the center. This
is so as the (red) rice ferments, the gas can escape easier.
(Not sure how true this is but MANY housewives use this technique.)
Cover with saran wrap and poke a few holes. Leave in room temperature
for 4 days.
If the weather is incredibly hot like in Bangkok, it will
take only 4 days.
By then, the rice will be making a a soft pop pop
pop sound like soft drinks frizzling. If the weather is cold, will
take a week or more.
Oh, on the 2nd or 3rd day, it’s a good idea to
stir & mix everything around evenly. Make hole & cover.
3. Clean and pat dry the duck breast. Mix #2b (both rices) and the
salt thoroughly. Put in (stuff)duck breast.
Make sure the breast is
well submerged in the red rice paste.
This time put it in the
fridge for 7-10 days (or less due to spoilage).
4. Remove duck & scrape away the bits & pieces of red rice paste.
Coat with potato starch and fry in low-medium heat until golden &
When my Ahma makes this with pork belly, she usually steams it & slices it thin."
Cooking red yeast rice
"As far as
the cooking method is concerned there isn't much difference to normal
is fermented & thus is used with other ingredients
rather than simply being eaten on its own.
Using it in this way enhances
its many tasty properties.
Chinese people have been known to grind
into a powder to use it mainly as a coloring."
(Try grounding in the coffee grinder & using instead of paprika.)
Red Yeast Rice
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CwzFerFeWM @ Malaysia -
Red Yeast Rice cooking -
Some Different Ideas for Cooking Rice
Red Yeast Rice for
Red Yeast Rice fhttps://www.drweil.com/health-wellness/body-mind-spirit/heart/can-artichokes-lower-your-cholesterol/
3/28/2002 - The only dietary supplement I strongly recommended for
cholesterol-lowering was Cholestin, a red rice yeast
extract that contains statins, the active ingredient in
the prescription drugs.
Unfortunately, Cholestin (brand) can no longer be
sold in the United States.
L-carnitine taken AM lowers cholesterol per Erdmann in
The Amino Revolution
For chelation therapy take cysteine, glutamic acid & glycine (to form
chelator glutathione) + carnitine, methionine, zinc, manganese, magnesium,
(vitamin C) sodium ascorbate, vitamimB6&Bcomplex www.amazon.com
1 daily cup of dry legumes (dried beans - black/fava/kidney/lima/pinto/white/soy
beans, chick/cow peas, lentils, peas) or 7 1/2 oz canned baked beans
may reduce bad LDL + total cholesterol, & lower blood pressure.
To eliminate legume toxins & flatulence discard 1st rinse water +
discard 4 hour soak water.
James E O'Brien's mini magazine The
Miracle of Nature's Healing Foods published by Glove Communications
9/03 Life Extension MD Smith & Dzugan suggest that hormone
replacement helps www.lef.org
7-Keto DHEA abdominal gel may reduce bad LDL and increase good HDL cholesterol per 5/2005 Life
Pecans may help lower cholesterol per
The News-Press, Healthy Living 11/2/2004 -
Pectin (from citrus fruit rind or apples with their skins) helps to
reduce bad cholesterol, lower blood pressure & protect against strokes.
James E O'Brien's mini magazine The Miracle of Nature's Healing Foods
published by Glove Communications Corp.
Policosanol & its wax from sugar cane, contains no sugar or extra
calories + contributes to cardiovascular & circulatory systems notes
Robert J Rowen MD & wife Terri Su MD, California, USA.
They cite Red Rice Yeast, Hawthorn, Garlic, Oat Bran & CoQ10 as
traditional cholesterol busters.
However, Red Rice Yeast is NOT advised
with the use of satin drugs, (as that could cause an excess remediation).
Pterostilbene, a compound in blueberries may be patented into a
cholesterol lowering drug
per 8/24/2004 Boston Herald newspaper
Dharma Khalsa MD in Food as Medicine says one must take CoQ10
with satin drugs. He also recommends:
inositol hexaniacinate (IN) a
non flushing B vitamin with gugulipid, guar gum, chromium picolinate, &
Do not take gugulipid if you are on a blood thinner.
Korean Pine Nuts provide Pinolenic acid which releases satiety and
appetite-control hormones like CCK & GLO-1.
They also help to reduce high blood pressure & LDL cholesterol. 7/2006
can significantly lower blood pressure, decrease low density lipid
proteins (LDL’s) & help regulate cholesterol."
"Modified" citrus pectin is a cutting edge help in cholesterol
treatment per S B Strum MD & R Fox in
3/2004 Life Extension.
To date only proven brand in clinical trails is Pecta-Sol which is
micronized citrus pectin.
It is small enough to get into the blood
stream (sooner rather than later in the intestines).
(sunflower seeds) & fruits contain pectin: tart apples, crab apples, sour
plums, concord grapes, quinces, cranberries, gooseberries & red currants
are high in pectin concentrated in the skin & cores.
Canning pectin may be obtained
in powder or liquid form.
Regular natural larger molecule pectin is utilized
mainly in the intestines.
Citrus pectin is from the peel/skin/rind/white
pulp of fruit
(grapefruit, lemons, oranges) that contain vitamin C. www.lef.org
Mogadam, Michael Every Heart Attach is Preventable
Choosing Foods for a Healthy Heart
mgs. of vitamin C every day for 2 months can lower CRP levels by 24%. Eating whole grains (brown rice,
whole-grain bread, oatmeal) instead of
white carbs (potato, bread, rice, pasta) can lower CRP levels by
People with high levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) - a key sign of
chronic inflammation -
are 3 times more likely to have a heart attack.
grilling or frying meat and poultry creates damaged proteins called AGEs
Instead use a crock pot, steam, or
Foods that fight bad cholesterol: 100% bran, apples,
oranges, bananas, eggplant, alfalfa, salmon, sunflower seeds, yogurt with
live bacteria, skim milk, dry curd cottage cheese, brewer's yeast + vitamin E
Rodale The Prevention Total Health System - Aging Slowly.
Niacin (vitamin B3) and chromium both raise the good
HDL & lower the bad LDL & triglyceride levels.
8/2004 Life Extension magazine.
When possible use regular niacin rather than niacin-amide (non-flush)
The flush helps get the job done (if one can tolerate initial itching &
Niacin (B3) can boost HDL (good cholesterol) by 15% to 30%. 4/12/2005
Niacin - 3 grams/day will
eliminate harmful cholesterol per Abram Hoffer
Niacin (vitamin B3) "is so
good for lowering cholesterol & preventing heart disease that some
years ago The New York Times quoted the president of the American
College of Cardiology saying, 'Niacin is really it. Nothing else comes
Then, & since then, drugs old & new simply do not work as well as
"Products that are simply labeled as 'niacin' contain nicotinic acid.
This is the substance that, at doses higher than those needed for its
vitamin effect, has been shown to have benefit in people with high
Nicotinic acid is known to lower 2 types of
'bad' cholesterol (LDL & VLDL) as well as increase levels of 'good'
cholesterol (HDL). In fact, it is able to increase HDL more than any
The nicotinic acid is the substance that causes the
flushing side effect of niacin.
The flush normally begins as a deep red in
the face & then spreads to the rest of the body.
& itching usually accompany the flush & this lasts for
about 30 minutes.
Other (bad) side effects of niacin
include increased blood sugar levels, increased uric acid levels (which
can affect people with gout), dry skin, stomach irritation, or
Products labelled as 'no-flush' niacin generally contain no nicotinic
The main component in these products is inositol hexanicotinate (a
different form of vitamin B3 - niacinamide). While inositol
hexanicotinate works as other B vitamins work to promote energy metabolism
& nervous system health,
it has not been shown to have any effect on cholesterol levels.
This product does not cause flushing because it does not work the same
way as niacin...
Taking a dose of acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) 30 minutes before
your niacin dose can minimize flushing.
Flushing may also be reduced if
niacin is taken after meals. Avoid hot drinks or alcohol for 1-2
hours after taking niacin, as this can add to the flushing. If you are
just starting to take niacin, begin at a low dose &
gradually (very slowly) increase the dose as recommended...
find that the flushing stops after 1-2 weeks of being on a stable dose
of niacin." (Titer up/down: slowly.)
Niacin or B3 -
Niacin or B3 -
- "I also recommend staying away from extended-release niacin
Instead of delivering a big bolus of niacin, it generates
a lower, steady dose of the medication for hours.
Although this eases
flushing, it keeps blood levels of niacin high all day.
never gets a break from processing niacin, which has led to cases of
severe liver damage.
The newest niacin is intermediate-release niacin. It is currently
a prescription-only medication, sold as Niaspan. It
delivers niacin slower than the fast-acting types, but is washed out of
the body after 12 hours or so, giving the liver a break.
The slower release, combined with taking it at bedtime, helps
minimize flushing, or at least the experience of it." Thomas Lee,
M.D.Editor in chief, Harvard Heart Letter
1 cup oats or 1/2 cup oat bran daily help reduce cholesterol, blood
pressure, and weight per James E
O'Brien in mini magazine The Miracle of Nature's Healing Foods
published by Globe Communications Corp.
also known, as Omega 9 fatty acid, is a mono-unsaturated fatty
acid that is found in almost
all natural fats. Oleic acid (may help to) lower the risk of a heart
attack, arteriosclerosis, and...cancer...
Common sources of Oleic acid are as follows: avocado fruit (50%),
Macadamia nuts (45%), apricot seeds
(35%), almonds (33%) and olive oil (28%).
sources include animal tallow and/or vegetable
oils (olive oil).
Oleic acid is used in the food industry to make
synthetic butters and cheeses.
It is also used to flavor (commercially produced foods)... Omega 3, Omega
6, Omega 9 [(such as) Oleic
acid] Fatty Acids (are best used together as a nutritional team,
rather than individually)."
1/2-1 onion a day may help keep the doctor away per Dr Charles
Klein in Sensibly Thin
published by Nelson Hall.
1-5 tablespoons olive oil daily reduce bad LDL cholesterol while
increasing good HDL cholesterol, subject to reducing meat and dairy per
James E O'Brien in mini magazine -
The Miracle of Nature's Healing Foods
published by Globe Communications Corp.
Onions boost good HDL cholesterol, thin blood, and lower total
cholesterol per Dr Victor Gurewich & Isabella Lipinska, St Elizabeth's
Hospital, Brighton, Massachusetts, USA & cited by James E O'Brien
The Miracle of Nature's Healing Foods
published by Globe Communications Corp.
Sampalis, Dr Tina The Healing Power of Neptune Krill Oil -
From pristine Antarctic waters Booklet - Krill is a shellfish,
Euphausia, like a shrimp, providing vitamin A and E, lutein, fish oil,
CoQ10, astaxanthin, lycopene, & krill oil (high in omega-3 tatty acidy
EPA and DHA in the form of 3 brain friendly
phosphatidyl-choline, phosphatidyl-inositol + phosphatidyl-ethanol-amine).
Sesame seeds might inhibit the absorption and
production of cholesterol in the liver, which can lower your total
cholesterol level. The seeds are also a good source of monounsaturated
fat, which can reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol levels &
increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels.
(Try a sesame butter spread with manuka honey. Awesome.)
Shiitake mushrooms contain eritadenine which seems to help lower
by promoting cholesterol
excretion. 4/04 Reader's Digest www.rd.com
Use Vitamin B3 (niacin rather than niacinamide), herb myrrh, & red yeast rice
Guitinan, ND, Clinical Affairs Dean, Bastyr Center of Natural
See M Murray article Lowering Cholesterol without Drugs in Ask
the Doctor publication. Other cholesterol lowering forms of B3
(niacin) are nicotinic acid & inositol
8/2004 Reader's Digest Healing Power of Food &
Vitamin C at 1 gram daily may decrease total blood cholesterol levels in
only 6 weeks per Rodale The Prevention Total Health System -Aging
Walnuts - 3/4/1993 New England Journal of
Medicine - Walnuts may reduce dangerous LDL and improve endothelial
function. 8/2011 www.lef.org Also check
out www.lef.org/lac legislative
action website relating to the 2011 HR #1364 bill regarding Free Speech
about Science Act.
11/5/2003 Wall St Journal Technology says synthetic ApoA-1 Milano mimics HDL
& removes bad LDL cholesterol www.wsj.com
Wall St Journal cites Flaxseed for reducing LDL(BadCholesterol) 7/22/2003PersonalJournal
& 8/19/2003 New heart attack risks include inflammation & calcium
deposits in arteries. www.wsj.com
Wall St Journal cited Journal of American Medical
Assoc study showing live food, soy, nuts & fiber, + reducing animal
fat may eliminate need for satin drugs www.wsj.com
Williams, Dr. David G - contends that pineapple
stem enzymes &
citrus fruit pulp are superior & safer than cholesterol drugs.
McDougal uses food -
Niaspan is the prescription version of time released
Recommended uses are to slow down & reduce artery
plaque buildup, per Abbot Labs 6/2009
linked to cholesterol
metabolism 2/18/2013 -
"Cholesterol metabolism is regulated by (good
& live) bacteria in small intestine."
Rice Bran Oil -
currently too highly processed to retain any significant beneficial
Scholarly articles for ashkenazi jews large hdl cholesterol longevity
Unique Lipoprotein Phenotype and Genotype Associated ... -
Lipoprotein Genotype and Conserved Pathway for ... -
Association Between a Functional Variant of the KLOTHO ... -
WARNINGS: Dangerous to your life = Crestor
per vol 7, #12 - The Doctors' Prescription for Health
Stains decrease good cholesterol and CoQ10. A drop in CoQ10 may
provoke cardiac dysfunction.
Always add CoQ10 to any satin drug
5/2005 Life Extension www.lef.org