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Sytrinol Cholesterol Control (120 Softgels)

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Updated May. 30, 2017, about 1 year ago

Sytrinol Cholesterol Control by Nature's Way, 120 capsules

Cholesterol in the body is broken down into two categories: good cholesterol and bad cholesterol. Good cholesterol, or HDL cholesterol, helps remove the bad cholesterol from the blood. HDL levels above 40mg/dL are considered healthy. Bad cholesterol, or LDL cholesterol, builds up in the arteries, leading to clogging and dangerous health risks. LDL levels below 100mg/dL are optimal for cardiovascular health.

Sytrinol from Nature's Way is a cholesterol control medication, helping to maintain both good and bad cholesterol levels as well as triglycerides. Research has shown Sytrinol to balance out cholesterol produced by the liver.

Benefits

  • Maintain healthy cholesterol levels
  • Balance cholesterol produced by liver
  • Contribute to healthy cardiovascular system

Each capsule contains:

Calories 5
Sytrinol (proprietary blend of natural citrus and palm fruit extracts) 150 mg
Other: Extra virgin olive oil, Gelatin (beef and pork), Glycerin, Purified water, Annatoo (seed) extract, Yellow beeswax, Titanium dioxide

SKU: 15571
UPC: 033674155714
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*Not intended to diagnose or treat diseases or ailments, and is not reviewed by the FDA.

Uses & Indications.
  • Lowering Cholesterol
  • Burning Fat
  • Reducing C-reactive Protein
  • Increasing Blood Flow
  • Raising HDL
Ailments & Concerns.
  • Heart Disease
  • Arteriosclerosis
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Cures and side effects for Sytrinol Cholesterol Control have not been reviewed by Seacoast, nor the FDA. Individual results will vary. Contact a healthcare professional if you have questions about using Sytrinol Cholesterol Control.