According to the most recent statistics from the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a primary or contributing cause to more than 1.4 million deaths in the United States each year.
Cardiovascular disease has been the number 1 killer for the past 100 years and claims as many lives each year as the next 14 leading causes of death combined. According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 61 million Americans currently suffer from cardiovascular disease.
Reducing serum cholesterol levels – especially low-density lipoprotein (LDL) – has been proven to be an effective medical strategy for preventing cardiovascular disease and reducing coronary events and when researchers examined responses gathered from 13,990 patients, however, they discovered that fewer than 4% of those diagnosed with hypercholeterolemia (elevated cholesterol) were taking vitamins, supplements or medications known to reduce cholesterol (Steyer, et al. 2003).
Production of Cholesterol
Contrary to popular belief, cholesterol consumed in food is minor compared to the amount of cholesterol produced in the body. Only 20% of cholesterol comes from the foods we eat and can be modestly influenced by dietary modification, while about 80% of is synthesized by the liver (Wald 1995). It is the rate-limiting enzyme HMG-CoA (3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A) reductase that controls the biosynthesis of cholesterol.
Diet & Lifestyle
Modern dietary habits (such as excess intake of saturated and trans fatty acids) and life-style contribute to the disruption of this system, leading to elevated cholesterol levels and increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease. Additionally, certain genetic disorders, such as familial hypercholesterolemia and autosomal recessive hypercholesterolemia, are known to increase LDL levels and risk for developing cardiovascular disease (Pullinger, Kane and Malloy 2003).
Sytrinol™ – A Patented Formula – To The Rescue
Sytrinol is a registered trademark of KGK Synergise and a patented proprietary formula derived from natural citrus and palm fruit extracts. It combines citrus poly-methoxylated flavones (PMF) and palm tocotrienols,along with proprietary constituents. The synergy of these ingredients has been shown in clinical trials to significantly:
- Lower Total Cholesterol
- Lower LDL Cholesterol
- Lower Triglyceride Levels
- Increase HDL Cholesterol Levels
Triple Action Breakthrough
Sytrinol has 3 different and complementary mechanisms of action in the body that delivers the heart health benefits:
- Polymethoxylated Bioflavonoids (PMF) decrease apoprotein b, a structural protein needed for endogenous synthesis of LDL cholesterol.
- PMF (tangeretin and nobiletin) decrease diacylglycerol acetyl transferase, a liver enzyme needed for endogenous synthesis of triglycerides.
- Tocotrienols degrade HMG CoA reductase, a liver enzyme responsible for endogenous synthesis of cholesterol
Proven Benefits of Sytrinol
Over 12 years of science and research focusing on the relationship between poly-methoxylated flavonoids, tocotrienols, and cardiovascular health have resulted in the development of Sytrinol. The benefits of Sytrinol have been shown in vitro, and in multiple clinical studies. In these studies, hypercholesterolemic subjects consumed 150 mg of Sytrinol twice per day (300 mg/day) and were instructed to keep the same dietary habits and maintain their caloric intake during the study. Fasting blood samples were drawn at the onset of the study and at the end of four weeks for analysis of total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, apolipoproteins B (associated with LDL), apolipoproteins A1 (associated with HDL), and total triglycerides.
The results of the clinical studies were all similar in their effect, with an average reduction of total cholesterol by 25%, LDL cholesterol by 23% and total triglycerides by 28%.
Additionally, the LDL/HDL ratio was significantly reduced in all clinical studies by an average of 24%.
There is significant ongoing research to support this extraordinary patented formula.
Sytrinol – A Natural Solution For Lowering Cholesterol
Check with your favorite local health food store for a Sytrinol formula or try the formula I use in my clinic Sytrinol Max at www. drbo.com. My clients have testimonies of great success with this product.
Information contained in this bulletin is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advise from your physician. This information should not be used for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem. You should consult with a health care professional for treatment of any health issue. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.