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Supplements That May Help Lower Cholesterol

Filed Under: Supplements at 3:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak
A recent report shows a list of 10 supplements to help lowering cholesterol. What appears to be an interesting article to help people looking for natural and alternative ways to balance cholesterol levels, takes a very intriguing turn into how more research is needed to fully prove the benefits of dietary supplements.

First, lowering cholesterol levels isn’t a trick. A well balanced diet and proper exercising are essential to get results. Many people are able to obtain healthy cholesterol levels without any medication, lowering LDL “bad” cholesterol and boosting up HDL “good” cholesterol. It’s important to remember that the relative amount of HDL to LDL is more important than total cholesterol.

Second, if you do struggle to lower your cholesterol, natural supplements can be very helpful. People have been using supplements such as omega-3, red yeast rice, garlic, guggul, and Coenzyme Q10 to fight cholesterol and a many people are accomplishing significant results.

Finally, it seems too easy to claim that “more research is needed” to determine if natural supplements really work. However, with thousands of people getting results and very few reports of adverse reactions, more people feel encouraged to try the natural way.

For example, red yeast rice has been one of the best supplements for cholesterol support, particularly to lower LDL, with efficiency rates around 20% to 30%. Red yeast rice’s ability to lower cholesterol is proven and the conjunction with fish oil and CoQ10 creates an ideal formula that most consumers can safely obtain results. It’s important to always check with a healthcare professional before start taking dietary supplements for cholesterol.

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4 Responses to “Supplements That May Help Lower Cholesterol”

  1. healthline75 says:

    cholesterol can come from a number of places, but what you eat is the most common source, especially high-fat, low-fiber foods. Keeping your “bad” cholesterol low and your “good” cholesterol high can help prevent many common health problems.

  2. Roxanne says:

    I have been using a great all natural product that I found through a free e-book I found at It lowered my bad cholesterol and increased my good cholesterol in about 30 days

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  4. Vanderw says:

    very informative. I wonder why the other experts of this sector do not understand this. Great job.

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