New Weapon in the Battle for Heart Health
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The Right Cholesterol Information
Finding the right cholesterol information is extremely important for you and your family, but some of the most popular cholesterol medications have dangerous side effects. There are numerous reports of dangerous side effects resulting from prescription cholesterol treatment including links between Lipitor and muscle pain and memory loss as well as Crestor side effects. LipidShield™ is a natural cholesterol lowering supplement that helps you achieve healthy cholesterol levels. Our natural ingredients can increase your cholesterol hdl ratio without negative side effects. Along with supplements, there are other keys to cholesterol related, and general, health like eating a good diet to lower triglycerides, LDL cholesterol levels and VLDL cholesterol levels. Looking for more information about cholesterol? Check out our additional reading.
What is Cholesterol and Why the Concern?
Cholesterol is a waxy substance made by the liver. Cholesterol insulates the nerves in your body and is responsible for making all of your sex hormones. The body makes enough cholesterol on its own, but most of us get additional cholesterol into your system by eating meat and dairy products in a typical American diet.
Too much Cholesterol can clog arteries going through your heart and brain causing heart attacks and strokes.
106 million Americans have Cholesterol levels above 200
Another 46 million have levels above 239.
This means 1 in 2 Americans have high Cholesterol and are at risk. Many people are taking statin drugs like Lipitor™, Zocor™, Pravachol™, Mevacor™, Crestor™and Vytorin™ and cannot tolerate the side effects such as: Nausea, Constipation, Muscle pain and tenderness, Memory Loss, Diarrhea, Loss of Kidney Function, Muscle cell break-down clogging the kidneys.
Growth and spread of breast cancer may be fueled by high cholesterol
(Medical News Today) A byproduct of cholesterol functions like the hormone estrogen to fuel the growth and spread of the most common types of breast cancers, researchers at the Duke Cancer Institute report.The researchers also found that anti-cholesterol drugs such as statins appear to diminish the effect of this estrogen-like molecule.
Successful oral delivery of nanoparticle therapeutics
(Medical News Today) Pop a pill or be poked by a needle? Being able to orally deliver microscopic particles - know as nanoparticles - loaded with medicine is a simple, convenient way to treat patients for various diseases, such as cancer or diabetes. But so far, nanoparticles can only be given via injection since they have trouble being readily absorbed by the intestine, which limits their usefulness.
Targeting a single enzyme could prevent and treat diabetes
(Medical News Today) A single overactive enzyme worsens the two core defects of diabetes - impaired insulin sensitivity and overproduction of glucose - suggesting that a drug targeting the enzyme could help correct both at once, according to mouse studies carried out by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center. The findings were published in the online edition of Cell Metabolism.
Statins' Mind-Boggling Effects
(CBS) When Jim Matthews needed to slash his cholesterol and heart attack risk, he joined the millions taking the world's top-selling drug, Lipitor.
After five weeks, he was struck by cognitive chaos and confusion.
All of a sudden, he found himself asking: "Did I go get the mail or did I just think I was going to go get the mail? Did I give my dog her thyroid pill, or did I just think I gave the dog the thyroid pill?"
He couldn't function for hours.
When he came back to his senses, he suspected Lipitor was to blame. (Read entire article)
In a recently completed clinical study, LipidShield Plus demonstrated statistical evidence of improving several aspects of blood lipids.
LipidShield Plus™ has been clinically proven to lower LDL cholesterol by up to 34%, VLDL cholesterol by up to 71%, triglycerides by up to 76% and total cholesterol by up to 28%, while also helping to improve circulatory health.
Based on the lack of changes in standard clinical markers of hepato-renal function, the safety
profile of LipidShield™ appears to be acceptable, at least during eight weeks of continuous use.
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