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The Safest, Fastest Way to Reduce Cholesterol May Be the Sytrinol in Your Palm

KEARNY, NJ -- (Marketwire) -- 02/14/13 -- February can be a heartbreaking month for many, but when it comes to your actual heart's health the solution is simpler than pharmaceutical ads may lead you to believe. In fact, a powerful natural antioxidant called Sytrinol has been clinically proven safe and effective in lowering total cholesterol in 30 days, without the toxic side effects of commonly prescribed cholesterol-lowering drugs. Sytrinol is a patented ingredient derived from citrus bioflavonoids and palm tocotrienols (natural citrus and palm fruit) that can easily be found in dozens of dietary supplements, functional foods and beverages.

To date, three comprehensive studies have been completed proving the effect Sytrinol has on high cholesterol levels. A double-blind, placebo controlled study confirmed that one, 300 milligram capsule of Sytrinol per day can improve total cholesterol up to 30 percent in just 30 days. LDL cholesterol (the bad cholesterol) was improved by 27 percent and triglycerides (bad fat in blood) by 34 percent.

"If you are currently taking a cholesterol-lowering statin drug that your doctor has prescribed, there are no known contraindications of taking Sytrinol at the same time," says David Foreman, a retired pharmacist and author of, '4 Pillars of Health: Heart Disease.' "Most people can successfully eliminate the statin drug, once their cholesterol levels are low enough and they have an okay from their doctor. Keeping Sytrinol as part of your heart healthy diet and exercise routine should keep cholesterol at bay and the doctor away."

In addition to Sytrinol, other foods that can help lower cholesterol include vegetables, fruits, wild fish and whole grains such as oatmeal, flax and chia seeds. Fiber-rich foods bind to excess cholesterol for quicker elimination and drinking plenty of water can be helpful.

To keep high cholesterol down, Foreman says to avoid white foods including bread, flour, sugar, rice, pasta and fake fats like aspartame and coffee creamers.

"If you want to truly take heart health by the horns, then adding Sytrinol to your daily routine is critical," says Foreman. For more tips from Foreman's book visit: www.herbalpharmacist.com. To learn more about the benefits of Sytrinol visit: www.sytrinol.com.

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