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«Red yeast rice [with a yeast called Monascus purpureus] may have favourable effects on lipids, lowering cholesterol and triglycerides»[1].  

«Artichoke (Cynara Scolymus). Actions: hepatoprotective [antitoxic], choleretic [increased production of bile], hepatotrophic [liver nourishing effect], cholagogue [increased secretion of bile], bitter, hypocholesterolemising, hypoglycemic, antiemetic, diuretic, antirheumatic.
General therapeutic characteristics: rheumatism, gout, jaundice, nephrosclerosis, renal lithiasis, oliguria, liver failure… liver tonic and cleanser.
Artichoke leaf extracts have clinically shown to reduce total cholesterol, triglycerides and increase HDL ["good" cholesterol] » [2].  

«Octacosanol is absorbed better on a full stomach, … it appears to contribute to the cholesterol-lowering action … and increase physical endurance» [3].  
«Supplements with Coenzyme Q10 can exert cardioprotective, cytoprotective and neuroprotective effects,… they have antioxidant activity on cellular and mitochondrial membranes, protecting them from lipid peroxidation. They inhibit the oxidation of LDL cholesterol ("bad" cholesterol), which is considered a pathogenic clue to atherosclerosis. … Its levels decrease with age.… Suitable for overcoming the deficiency of Coenzyme Q10 caused by cholesterol-lowering drugs . … Effective in reducing gingival inflammation and the formation of gingival pockets and periodontal disease …» [4]. 

 «Chromium may have a regulating action on glucose metabolism and a cholesterol-lowering and an antiatherogenic effect [prevents the formation of plaques inside arteries] » [5].

[1] Physicians’ Desk Reference, PDR Integratori nutrizionali, IIª Edizione, CEC Editore
[2] Francesco Perugini Billi, Fitoterapia, Edizioni Junior
[3] Physicians’ Desk Reference, op. cit.
[4] Ibidem
[5] Ibidem
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