For disturbed cholesterol levels, a food supplement which aims to reduce LDL cholesterol and prevent the formation of atherosclerotic plaque
- Coenzyme Q10
- Vitamin B3 and D3
- Vegetable Capsule
Indicated in cases of disturbances in cholesterol and triglyceride values.
Precautions for use
At the source of the synthesis of coenzyme A, vitamin B5 is involved in the metabolism of macronutrients:
- Pantothenic acid contributes to normal energy metabolism.
- Pantothenic acid contributes to the normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and certain neurotransmitters.
Clinical studies have demonstrated that consuming high doses of B5 inhibits cholesterol synthesis.
- Hibiscus may have certain properties, notably hypocholesterolemic.
- Turmeric has been the subject of multiple studies on its cholesterol-lowering action.
- Coenzyme Q10 and vitamin E, through their antioxidant properties, help to reduce oxidative stress which is the cause of the formation of oxidized LDL, itself the cause of atherosclerotic plaques.
- It is also present to maintain an optimal LDL/coenzyme Q 10 ratio.
- Vitamin E helps protect cells against oxidative stress.
- Cholesterol is at the origin of the synthesis of vitamin D. So blocking HMGco with statins prevents the production of cholesterol, and will also block the synthesis of vitamin D, hence the interest in providing also vitamin D.
- Niacin contributes to normal energy metabolism.
- The artichoke is the only plant that has been the subject of multiple studies on its positive impact on cholesterol levels.
- Several clinical studies have demonstrated that regular consumption of aronia berry or dried extracts allows a significant reduction in blood pressure and an improvement in the lipid profile. Its antioxidant effect further potentiates this action.