Sometimes making changes to your diet and increasing exercise is not enough to bring your cholesterol down. You may also need to take a cholesterol lowering drug. However, some prescription medications can have adverse side effects, including nausea, diarrhea, and elevated liver enzymes which can impair kidney function. But now there is a safe, effective and non-prescription alternative. Introducing LipoStatin, the pharmaceutical quality non-prescription product designed to help control cholesterol levels without harmful side effects!
- Reduce overall cholesterol levels
- Reduce LDL (‘bad’ cholesterol) levels
- Raise HDL (‘good’ cholesterol) levels
- Lower triglyceride levels
- Improve circulation
- No Prescription Needed
- No Doctor’s Consultation Needed
- No Dangerous Side Effects
LipoStatin (cholebuterol) is a non-prescription pharmaceutical grade formula designed for use in the treatment of Hyperlipidemia. LipoStatin should be used in conjunction with proper nutrition habits and an exercise program.
As a dietary supplement take two (2) capsules daily.
Niacin, Policosanol, Gugulipid, Plant Sterol Complex, Garlic (herb powder), Cayenne Pepper
You can’t see it…You can’t feel it…But High Cholesterol is a major cause of heart disease, which claims a life every 33 seconds!
If your total cholesterol number is over 200, you could be at risk. But you can do something about it. By lowering your total cholesterol by as little as 10%, you could reduce your risk for heart disease by 30%. In many cases, a few simple changes can help lower your cholesterol.
Eat foods low in cholesterol.
The American Heart Association recommends that you limit your average daily cholesterol intake to less than 300 milligrams. If you have heart disease, limit your daily intake to less than 200 milligrams. People can significantly lower their dietary cholesterol intake by keeping their dietary intake of saturated fats low and by avoiding foods that are high in saturated fat and that contain substantial amounts of dietary cholesterol.
Smoking lowers HDL (‘good’) cholesterol, but this can be reversed if you quit smoking.
Studies show that exercise increases HDL levels.
For information on Diabetes, Heart Disease, Blood Pressure, and the Glycemic Index, click on the links below...
American Diabetes Association: http://www.diabetes.org
National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Disorders: http://www.niddk.nih.gov/
American Heart Association: http://www.americanheart.org
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/
American Heart, Lung and Blood Institute: http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/public/heart/
American Heart Association: http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=2114
Heart Point: http://www.heartpoint.com/highbloodpage.html
Canadian Diabetes Association: http://www.diabetes.ca/Section_About/glycemic.asp