Multiple clinical trials have demonstrated that Sytrinol acts synergistically to significantly improve total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides up to 30%, 27%, and 34%, respectively, compared to placebo. Sytrinol has also been shown to increase HDL levels. Additionally, Sytrinol is a powerful anti-oxidant with numerous heart health benefits including the reduction of arterial plaque, improved glycemic control and reduced blood platelet aggregation.
Multiple studies show that Sytrinol decreases total cholesterol by 30%, low density lipoprotein (LDL), the bad cholesterol, by 27%, and triglycerides by 34%. In addition, high density lipoprotein (HDL), the good cholesterol, increases four percent.
What is Sytrinol?
Sytrinol works by decreasing the oxidation of the bad cholesterol, a factor in plaque formation and narrowing coronary arteries. Sytrinol also decreases inflammation of arteries, which is believed to be associated with increased risk of coronary attack. And by lubricating platelets, the small blood particles responsible for blood clot formation, there’s less chance of one forming in coronary arteries.
The dose of Sytrinol is 300 milligrams once a day and well tolerated with no reported complications, even when 50 times the regular dose is prescribed. Preferred Nutrition Sytrinol is available at most health food stores.
Studies show that Cholesterol-lowering drugs can decrease Co-Q10 by as much as 40%. It’s like draining the car’s gas tank. Moreover, the higher the dose of CLD, the more Co-Q10 is removed for the heart’s muscle. A number of authorities believe that by continually robbing the heart of Co-Q10, doctors may be setting the stage for a future epidemic of congestive heart failure.