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CholesLo – Natural Cholesterol Supplement
CholesLo is a natural cholesterol supplement that is doctor endorsed and medically proven. If your diet and exercise are not quite helping lower your cholesterol, rather than take statin medications, why not try a natural alternative solution!
You will find a lot of evidence showing how harmful statins are.
Lowering cholesterol with medication has become one of the biggest health lies and it is important to understand that we need cholesterol to survive!
However, many people are concerned about their high cholesterol and want to take steps to lower it naturally…and you can!
You don’t have to believe me, but please for your own sake, do some research of your own.
My CholesLo review was written as I am a firm believer in natural solutions, and if I had high cholesterol, I would take it immediately.
CholesLo has been medically endorsed for lowering cholesterol levels. The ingredients all work together to help lower cholesterol but also improve your HDL cholesterol levels too.
CholesLo helps to lower your bad LDL levels and raise your good HDL levels…essentially you will be able to work on obtaining ideal, healthy levels!
You can click here for more information. There’s a video explaining how it lowers cholesterol. There’s also a special discount offer the last time I looked here…
So how can a cholesterol supplement help you to obtain ideal cholesterol levels?
The patented CholesLo ingredients work together to help you to obtain the perfect LDL and HDL levels and lower triglycerides and homocystiene levels. Since most of your cholesterol problems begin in the liver, CholesLo® actually helps to repair and cleanse this essential organ so that it can function properly and effectively.
If your liver (which is the second largest organ in your body) isn’t working properly then nothing will be working too well.
Now to answer some of the questions you may have about CholesLo. (There are also lots of answers by Dr Sam Robbins below in the comment section below. So keep scrolling all the way down. If your own question isn’t answered, please just ask me and I will get the answer for you!)
Side Effects and Ingredients
CholesLo Side Effects
There have been no reported negative side effects with CholesLo. It contains all natural ingredients. Being a natural product side effects are greatly reduced. If you do have any concerns it is recommended you consult with your doctor about using any vitamins, herbs or cholesterol lowering supplements.
As I said before CholesLo is not a prescription medication. It is an all natural cholesterol lowering supplement. Big difference!
CholesLo contains organic herbs, vitamins and amino acids. All of the ingredients in CholesLo® combine to work with one another.
Lipid Optimizing System [Cholesterol, HDL/LDL & Triglycerides]:
- Red Yeast Rice (5.0% Extract, Citrinin removed))
- Artichoke Leaf Extract (15% Chlorogenic Acid, 5% Cynarin)
- Phytosterols Complex (40% extract from non-GMO pine tree extract)
- Garlic (Extract 5% alliin)
- Pantesin® d-Pantethine
- Co-Q10 (Ubiquinone)
- Guggulsterones (10% Pure Extract; E and Z)
- Policosanal (from Sugar Cane – Saccharum species)
Liver Cleansing Formula:
- Milk Thistle (80% Extract)
- NAC (N-Acetyl L-Cysteine)
- R+ Alpha Lipoic Acid (r+ ALA)
- Turmeric (95% curcuminoids Extract)
- Mixed Tocotrienols (90% Delta &10% Gamma Tocotrienols)
Homocysteine Reducing Formula:
- Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine HCL)
- Vitamin B12 (as methylcobalamin)
- Folate (as 5-Methyl-tetrahydrofolate (5-MTHF))
- Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Compare CholesLo to Other Supplements
There are many products available with natural ingredients that claim to lower cholesterol – so why choose CholesLo above the rest? There is an excellent comparison chart that shows why right here:
If you are seeking a statin alternative that is a safe and effective way to lower your cholesterol, reduce your triglyceride levels and raise your good HDL cholesterol levels…then this product could certainly suit you as it has done for many others.
Perhaps you are you taking a cholesterol medication to lower your cholesterol levels right now and are wondering if it could help you. Have you asked your doctor already about taking natural supplements? Many people are not even aware that there are cholesterol lowering supplements available, such as CholesLo.
You can lower cholesterol naturally. You just need to want to.
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Additional Note – 14th September 2015
I would just like to share my own story of the past few weeks. I decided to have my total cholesterol checked out of curiosity. I exercise regularly and eat a very healthy diet…I practice what I preach. I expected my cholesterol to be perfect, so you can imagine my shock when the doctor said he wanted to put me on statins as I was a very high risk of heart attack and stroke!
I immediately started asking lots and lots of questions and was getting quite upset too I might add!
My shock at the end of my consultation was that because my father died of a heart attack…not related to cholesterol…at a very young age, IMMEDIATELY put me into the high risk bracket. I said to my doctor, imagine my father was still alive today, what risk am I now?
He didn’t like to say…but it turns out that I am at a very low risk (less than 1%) of having a heart attack…if my father was still alive.
The conclusion was, because my father had died young, I was deemed a high risk and needed to take statins…however if my father was still alive, I was a less than 1% risk and would not need statins.
What bothered me most in this exchange was that if left to the statistical protocol, my input as far as healthy diet and lifestyle was almost totally negated. The doctor would have strongly preferred I took statins rather than any solution that depended on me.
My doctor’s solution would have left me feeling very unempowered. I walked out of there, as if my dad was still here. ~ Jennifer
Did I Answer Everything In My CholesLo Review?
If I didn’t, please ask me in the comment section below. If I can’t answer it I will ask Dr Sam Robbins.