Take this with your cholesterol formula to supercharge your heart protection

Volume 6    |    Issue 19

Has your doctor pushed you to take statins because your cholesterol levels are too high? Is your life insurance company charging you higher premiums for the same reason? Even though most research has shown that elevated cholesterol isn't the heart villain everyone thinks it is, conventional medicine continues to push for lower cholesterol. It's obviously a huge money maker for them. So what can you do to safely lower your cholesterol without taking dangerous statins and reduce your insurance premiums at the same time?

For years, I've told you about the ability of Advanced Cholesterol Formula to naturally and safely lower your cholesterol. This formula doesn't force your cholesterol lower like statins do. Instead, it vitalizes and heals your cardiovascular system so the higher levels of cholesterol aren't necessary.

High cholesterol levels can be a sign that something isn't working right in your body. They can indicate that there's damage to your cardiovascular system and your body is creating cholesterol to help heal it. If you're skinny and have high cholesterol, this could be what's going on. Or high levels could be a sign that your body's fat metabolism isn't working as efficiently as it should be. This could be the case for those who are overweight. In either case, your body needs to heal. And your body needs the right nutrients to do so. Advanced Cholesterol Formula can help in both cases. But other nutrients can help as well.

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Researchers recently conducted a study to see if the polyphenols in apple peel extract could lower cholesterol in people with fat metabolism issues. In the randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled study, the researchers followed 71 moderately obese male and female participants. All of them had a body mass index ranging from 23 to 30.

The researchers gave the participants either 600 mg of apple extract or hop bract or a placebo for 12 weeks. The hop bract has polyphenols as well. So in the study, researchers wanted to isolate the type of polyphenols that work on cholesterol and fat metabolism.

The authors stated: "We confirmed that 12-week ingestion of polyphenol-containing capsules significantly decreased total cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol levels. The effects of the apple polyphenol-containing capsules were more marked than those of the hop bract polyphenol-containing capsules."

The study showed that the apple extract regulated fat metabolism in healthy subjects with relatively high body mass index better than the hop bract polyphenols.

So if you're looking to reduce your cholesterol and you're overweight, consider taking an apple peel extract like AppleBoost along with your cholesterol-lowering formula. AppleBoost now comes in a tasty powder, as well as the capsule form. I love the powder. It tastes great, especially in a smoothy. And, based on this research, it could help regulate your fat metabolism and protect your heart. I'll be looking to see if research shows the extract can help with weight loss as well.

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