ESSENCE OF NATURE
Sytrinol

Sytrinol

 

30% Improvement in Cholesterol in just 30 days

  • Total cholesterol
  • LDL cholesterol
  • Triglycerides

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A patented formula derived from citrus bioflavonids and palm tocotrienols, Sytrinol has been shown, in a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, to significantly improve total cholesterol – up to 30%; LDL cholesterol by 27%, and triglycerides by 34% – in just four weeks with one softgel per day. The study of 120 individuals, with elevated cholesterol, was published in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine, Nov/Dec, 2007.

PATENTED COMPLEX

Sytrinol® is a powerful blend of bioflavonoids (polymethoxylated flavones) and tocotrienols extracted from natural citrus and palm fruits.

CLINICALLY TESTED

In multiple ways, Sytrinol® positively affects the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides produced by the body.*

EFFECTIVE APPROACH

Excessive cholesterol and triglyceride production by the body is why many people have trouble managing healthy levels through diet and exercise alone. By affecting internal production, Sytrinol® is effective for maintaining cholesterol and triglyceride levels already within the normal range.

WHAT IS CHOLESTEROL?

Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance necessary for certain body functions, but too much can increase the risk of heart disease. The liver produces up to 80% of the cholesterol found in the body. The daily diet is another source of cholesterol.

HOW MUCH IS GOOD OR BAD?

Total cholesterol in the blood should be less than 200mg/dl. 200-239 is borderline. 240 and above is high. There are two types of cholesterol:

a) HDL cholesterol is “good” because it helps remove cholesterol from the blood. Levels above 40mg/dL are considered healthy.
b) LDL cholesterol is “bad” because it builds up in the arteries. Levels below 100mg/dL are optimal for cardiovascular health.

WHAT ARE TRIGLYCERIDES?

Triglycerides are another type of fat measured in the blood. Levels below 150mg/dL are considered normal. Higher levels are associated with heart disease.