Plant Sterols Lower
Great News…Only it’s about Five Years Late!
A pill containing plant substances called sterols can help lower cholesterol, according to a review recently released by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
The researchers studied patients who already were eating a heart-healthy diet and taking statin drugs to control cholesterol. The addition of plant sterols helped further lower total cholesterol and contributed to a nearly 10 percent reduction in low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, the so-called “bad” cholesterol. Results of the study were published in the American Journal of Cardiology.
Editor’s note: Our readers have known about the cholesterol lowering benefits of plant sterols since 2003, when we introduced Cholesterol Care™. We brought this product to market based on several extensive studies we learned about from Europe. Each daily dose of Cholesterol Care contains 300mg of beta-sitosterol, a safe natural plant sterol extract which based on earlier research lowers LDL by 14-22% in a matter of weeks. We combined beta-sitosterol with four other well established natural ingredients to create the most powerful and cost effective natural cholesterol treatment on the market today.
Our sales have skyrocketed as more people abandon dangerous statin drugs in favor of an affordable natural high cholesterol solution. If you know someone experiencing a cholesterol problem or who may be having some of the many side effects of statins like Lipitor or Crestor refer them to our Cholesterol Care page or our cholesterol information site which is highly informative and presents pros and cons of statins and presents numerous natural ways to quickly solve any high cholesterol problem.