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Lowering Cholesterol Naturally with Safe Supplements



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Watch as Dr. Meschino discusses two natural supplements that are extremely effective for lowering your cholesterol. It is important to note that not all natural supplements are safe to use and some, which are claimed to be effective, are not. The best two cholesterol lowering supplements are gum guggal and artichoke leaf extract. Gum guggal is a product that comes from the Indian Mukul Myrrh tree. It lowers cholesterol as it helps clear excess cholesterol from the blood by flushing it out as bile. When used properly, it can lower triglyceride levels and cholesterol by 25-35%, as well as statins. Artichoke leaf extract work much in the same way by clearing more cholesterol from the blood and converting it to bile and flushing it out of the body. A great way to make use of these two natural supplements is to combine them and more information can be found by clicking on the link above.

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5 comments

  1. Thank you! I stopped taking statins 2 weeks ago.

  2. Does it produce gall bladder stones?

  3. Is Hybetez Remedy helpful to cures your cholesterol naturally? I've read many good things about this Hybetez Remedy (look on google search engine).

  4. I appreciate your concern for your patient's safety. I'll look into gum guggul extract. I do think red yeast rice is a safe option though, because the amount of monacolin K is much lower than a standard dose of lovastatin. Furthermore berberine has some robust research behind it, but it's not really natural.

  5. How would this work in patients that had the gallbladder removed?

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