Plant Sterols

Heart Tests: The Sinatra Smart Zone Scores

…to lower cholesterol. Chromium, 200 mcg. Hydrosoluble CoQ10, 90–120 mg. Tocotrienol (a form of vitamin E), 50–100 mg. Garlic 400–800 mg. Plant sterols (phytosterols), 500–1,500 mg. Probiotics (healthy bacteria supplement). Flax, 2 Tbsp crushed flaxseed a day in a shake with 8 oz rice or almond…

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Lower High Cholesterol Levels With Phytosterols

…specific type of plant sterol) reduced cholesterol absorption by 40 percent. Other research reported in The New England Journal of Medicine showed that high LDL cholesterol levels decreased approximately 14 percent when phytosterols were consumed for about one year. Eat More Plant Foods to Lower High…

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