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Citrus flavonoids and tocotrienols help cut cholesterol - Nutra USA,
11/8/07 - "A combination of bioflavonoids from
citrus fruit and tocotrienols found in Sytrinol has had a positive effect in
lowering cholesterol levels ... a new ingredient Cholesstrinol, which
includes both tocotrienols bioflavonoids, will be launched ... The 12-week
double-blind placebo controlled study showed total cholesterol dropped by 30
per cent, LDL cholesterol by 29 per cent, triglycerides by 34 per cent
compared to the placebo" - [Abstract]
- Cholesstrinol isn't available yet but Sytrinol is.
Natural Alternative to Statin Drugs to Lower Cholesterol - Dr. Murray's
Natural Living, 6/21/06 - "The
research on Sytrinol is extremely impressive"
Dietary Supplement [Sytrinol™] Shows Dramatic Effects in Lowering Cholesterol, LDL, and Triglycerides - Life Extension Magazine, 11/04 -
"four weeks of treatment with 300 mg of Sytrinol™ daily significantly reduced levels of total cholesterol (-25%), LDL (-19%), and
triglycerides (-24%). HDL levels were unchanged and body mass remained relatively stable"
- Orange, Tangerine Peels Could Be Better Than Drugs For Lowering Cholesterol - Science Daily, 5/12/04 -
"A compound found in the peels of citrus fruit has the
potential to lower cholesterol more effectively than some prescription drugs, and without side effects ... Marketed as a cholesterol-lowering agent under the trade name SytrinolTM, the supplement recently became available in the U.S"
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- Tangerine Peels May Lower Cholesterol - WebMD, 5/12/04
- SourceOne Unveils Sytrinol Logo - NPI Center, 2/12/04
- Source Naturals(R) First National Brand To Offer Sytrinol(TM) - NPI Center, 1/19/04 -
a patented proprietary formula derived from citrus and palm fruit extracts, is composed of polymethoxylated flavones and tocotrienols. Multiple clinical trials have demonstrated Sytrinol acts synergistically to significantly reduce total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and triglycerides by 23%, 21% and 26% respectively. Unlike other cholesterol supplements,
Sytrinol is not diet specific and has no known side effects" - See
Sytrinol products at iHerb.
on cardiovascular risk factors in metabolic syndrome after consume of a
citrus-based juice - Clin Nutr. 2011 Dec 22 - "After
six months of citrus-based juice consuming, there is significant differences at
95% confidence in oxidized LDL, C-Reactive Protein, and Homocysteine in
Metabolic Syndrome patients who consume citrus-based juice" - Note:
Sytrinol may be a way to get the active ingredients without the sugar and