Control Cholesterol with Sytrinol
The first thing that comes to mind when we hear the word cholesterol is the state of being unhealthy. This is because having high cholesterol increases our risk for heart diseases, one of the leading causes of deaths worldwide.
But, truth is, our body needs cholesterol in building healthy cells. Some researchers say that when cholesterol levels are too low, there is also increased risk of death among older adults. Thus, we don’t really have to eliminate cholesterol in our body, instead, we need to manage or control it. The goal is to have higher levels of good cholesterol than bad cholesterol to help expel excess cholesterol from the body and keep us from developing cardiovascular diseases.
Lifestyle modification is key to managing cholesterol. Living a healthy lifestyle, such as eating healthy and increasing physical activity, has a great impact on improving cholesterol levels. There are also natural supplements like Sytrinol, a safe and viable option that can aid in lowering cholesterol.
Sytrinol comes from citrus (e.g. oranges, tangerines, grapefruits) and palm fruit extracts. It promotes healthy total cholesterol by raising good cholesterol and reducing bad cholesterol, as well as triglyceride levels. It has been tested safe and effective, backed by more than a decade of extensive research.
This same research has been IntegrAid’s guide in developing a Sytrinol product to help Filipinos regulate their cholesterol levels. IntegrAid Sytrinol is a patented blend of citrus and palm fruit extracts that comes in 150mg softgel capsules. Sytrinol can complement your maintenance cholesterol-lowering medicines. It is suggested to take it twice daily (for a total of 300mg per day). Should you need help in controlling your cholesterol, it is advised to consult with your doctor before taking IntegrAid Sytrinol for proper information and guidance.
This article was originally posted in Pharexmedics.com
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