Red Yeast Rice Once Daily (1200 mg - 60 tabs)
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Used in China for centuries as a food and for health remedies, Red Yeast Rice plays an important role in lowering high cholesterol. It is made by fermenting a certain type of yeast over red rice. Now considered a dietary supplement in the United States, it is used to reduce and maintain healthy cholesterol levels. It is also used to improve circulation, resulting in decreased heart disease risks.
Kal Red Yeast Rice Once Daily is a perfect supplement for the heart. Studies show that frequent use significantly reduces cholesterol. It is safe for adults over 20 to use this product if not pregnant or breast feeding. Side effects are rare.
- Can significantly lower cholesterol
- Improves circulation
- Reduces heart disease risks
- Side effects are rare
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Servings Per Container: 60||
Red Yeast Rice (Monascus purpureas) (extract)
|Other Ingredients: Cellulose, Stearic Acid and Silica.|
|APS = Amount Per Serving|
|*% Daily Value (%DV) not established.|
Distributed or manufactured from KAL. See more KAL products.
*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.Uses & Indications.
- Lowering LDL Cholesterol
- Lowering Triglycerides
- Improving Skin Tone
- Increasing Oxygen
- Increasing Energy
- Increasing HDL Cholesterol
- Heart Disease
- Heart Disease
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Questions and answers:
Question: What are the rare side effects of Red Yeast Rice?
- A: Kal Red Yeast Rice Once Daily is a perfect supplement for the heart. Studies show that frequent use significantly reduces cholesterol. It is safe for adults over 20 to use this product if not pregnant or breast feeding. Side effects are rare.
Question: Can I take this product with Warfarin?
Question: Can it be helpfull impotence
Question: My eight year old son cholesterol always has a hight reading. I do not feed him on foods that contains high cholesterol. The problem might stem from lack of exercise. He is in the house most often apart from being at school. I have to find some sort of excercise program for him. he does not like cereals. What do you recommend for him to lower LDL cholesterol?