Are you on statins?
Clinical trials show that Red Rice Yeast reduces moderately elevated cholesterol levels.
Take this supplement:
- To lower Cholesterol
- To reduce tryglyceride levels
- To maintain healthy circulation
A natural source of monacolins,essential fatty acids, plant sterolsand antioxidants. A useful dietar supplement for people with high cholesterol diets with a supportive amount of CoQ10 and antioxidant, grape seed extract.
Clinical trails show that red rice yeast reduce moderately elevated cholesterol levels. This supplement should be taken as part of a healthy low fat diet alongside exercise for maximum benefit.
Helps lower cholesterol, reduce triglyceride levels and maintain healthy circulation
Directions: Take one capsule two to three times a day, at mealtimes. Take with water or add to food, juice or a smoothie.
Cautions: Do not take this product if you are taking blood thining agents or statin medication.
Seek advice from a healthcare practitioner before making any changes if you are on medication, have a serious health condition or recently had surgery. Seek advise if you are under practitioner supervision for cholesterol control. (such as raised blood cholesterol or triglyceride levels) before using this supplement.
Do not take this product if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not take at the same time as grapefruit.
Red Rice Yeast contains the yeast Monascus purpureus. Red Rice Yeast is a good source of Monacolin K. Monacolin K from red rice yeast contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.
CoEnzyme Q10 is a natural enzyme made by the body. It has been added to this product to prevent CoQ10 depletion while taking red rice yeast. This is important as many cheaper red rice yeast products do not contain CoQ10. Grape seed extract is high in antioxidants.
Each 500 mg vegetarian capsule contains:
400 mg Red Rice Yeast extract
10 mg Coenzyme Q10 (Co Q10)
10 mg Policosanol
80 mg grape seed extract
Each capsule contains 1.6 mg of monacolin K.
Red rice yeast also contains other monacolins, phytosterols and nutrients that have not been measured.
Cheaper red rice yeast supplements may not contains CoQ10 or policosanol. In addition, some red rice yeast supplements, especially those originating in the USA, may have had monacolin K removed from them. Always read the label.