Niacin or Vitamin B3 or nicotinic acid is an important member of the Vitamin B Family of Vitamins essential for metabolism of fat in the body. Vitamins are necessary for many body processes, but are not naturally found within the body. Therefore, they must be procured from outside sources. Niacin in its nicotinic acid form has been found to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels. The other form of niacin is the amide or niacinamide which does not affect cholesterol levels at all.
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Niacin and cholesterol are closely linked because of the former’s ability to break down fats. The ratio of HDL to LDL is a measure of risk of heart disease. There are proteins called lipoproteins in the blood, which engulf fat particles and carry them through the blood.
The high density lipoproteins (HDL) are small in size and very dense. Therefore, they travel efficiently through the blood stream, scooping up cholesterol particles and carrying them to the liver to be disposed of as fit. The low density lipoproteins are less dense and larger in size. They travel through the blood stream slowly and are more susceptible to dissipation, thereby depositing the fat they are carrying on the walls of the arteries. So, it is better to have a high HDL and low LDL so that there is no plaque formation and cholesterol lining the artery walls.
While most statin drugs lower the LDL levels, they don’t affect the HDL and so reduce cardiovascular risk by 25%. Increasing HDL plays a critical role in reducing heart problems. Niacin increases HDL and thus, therapeutic doses of niacin along with statins may bridge this gap.
Regular vitamin supplements contain about 20mg which is needed for regular health functions. However, the therapeutic dosage of niacin is about 3g which is about 150 times greater. While such high dosage supplements are available over the counter, it is not advisable to take these without doctor’s supervision. High doses of niacin give rise to side effects like flushing, irregular heartbeats (arrhythmias) and may even be toxic.
It also causes gout, high blood sugar, liver problems and kidney problems. It is not recommended for people with liver and kidney troubles, high blood pressure and for children. High dose niacin causes flushing and itching of the skin, so no-flush niacin is being marketed which is inositol hexaniacinate. This complex has no effect on humans and taking it does not reduce cholesterol at all.
Risk of complications increases as dosage of niacin increases. Therefore, it is unsafe to take niacin without continuous monitoring by the doctor. Normal doses do not significantly lower cholesterol and people risk toxicity and long-term side effects by taking higher doses unnecessarily.
There are a number of other natural ingredients that have been proven to reduce cholesterol without side effects. It is better to take such supplements than taking risky doses of niacin.
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Niacin or nicotinic acid or B3 is a water-soluble vitamin belonging to the Vitamin B group. It improves all lipoproteins when given in doses much above the required dietary dosage. It helps to lower total cholesterol, bad LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels and raises the good HDL cholesterol levels.
Niacin is inexpensive and widely available over the counter without a prescription. However, it must not be used without a physician’s monitoring because of the potential side effects.
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Like other B vitamins, Niacin is used for metabolism of fat and for energy synthesis. It makes enzymes that convert carbohydrate into energy. Niacin regulates how much sugar or glucose is there in the blood. It is also used in the making of fatty acids, for normal appetite, healthy glowing skin and nerves. But more than all this, it is taken because of the effect it has on LDL and HDL cholesterol and triglycerides. It reduces LDL cholesterol levels by 10 to 20%, triglycerides by 20 to 50% and raises HDL cholesterol by 15 to 35%. However, to get this result, the amount of niacin intake should be at least 3 grams, whereas the dietary supplements contain only 15-20 mg of niacin.
At high doses, niacin has very serious side effects. Flushing or hot flashes due to the widening of blood vessels are the most common one. They are countered by taking aspirin prior to taking the niacin medication. Itching, rashes, hives and dizziness often accompany the flushings. Those on high blood pressure medication may often find their effect to be more when niacin is taken along with the blood pressure medication. Therefore, it is important to set up a blood pressure monitoring system to see that everything is under control and the blood pressure does not suddenly drop down below normal levels. Gastrointestinal problems also spurt up with intake of heavy doses of niacin. Nausea, indigestion, diarrhea, vomitting and activation of peptic ulcers are the common complaints.
Three other major problems include gout, liver problems and blood sugar. Risk of these diseases is directly proportional to the intake of niacin. If the person is already diabetic, then niacin should be avoided at all costs.
All patients taking niacin to lower serum cholesterol should be closely monitored to avoid complications from the medication. Self - medication with nicotinic acid should definitely be avoided as it may lead to toxicity if not under the supervision of a doctor. Other forms of niacin such as niacinamide or inositol hexaniacinate, marketed as no-flush niacine, should not be taken even though they do not produce the side effects, as they have no effect on cholesterol levels.
A recent study has also shown that that niacin in combination with statin drugs does not necessarily translate into improved benefits for carotid artery disease. If such is the case, then should one opt for increased dosage of niacin and risk the side effects?
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Plant sterols are a combination of sitosterol, campesterol and stigmasterol which are the plant equivalent of the human cholesterol. Though structurally similar to cholesterol, they are poorly absorbed by the intestine. Sterols from soyabean oil or pine oil are incorporated into food to help block the absorption of cholesterol from the diet.
Sterols are found naturally in small quantities in nuts, seeds, legumes, vegetable oils, fruits and vegetables. Typical Western diets consume about 150-400 mg of sterols per day. At these low levels they have a clinically insignificant effect on absorption of cholesterol.
Diet containing plant sterols to reduce cholesterol
In order to increase the consumption the diet must include:
• Five to nine servings the size of your fist of fruits and cooked vegetables. The anti-oxidants in these foods help to lower LDL “bad” cholesterol. Also, the tendency to eat fatty foods is reduced with higher intake of fruits and vegetables.
• A bowl of oatmeal or wholegrain cereal to help you feel “full” and also lower LDL cholesterol. Wholegrains include rice, brown rice, barley, corn and whole-wheat flour.
• Instead of oily snacks, eat a handful of nuts. Nuts are high in monounsaturated fats which lowers the LDL cholesterol while leaving the good HDL cholesterol intact.
• Eat unsaturated fats like those found in canola, olive or safflower oil which help to raise HDL cholesterol and lower the LDL cholesterol.
• Foods enriched with plant sterols such as margarine spreads, yoghurts and other foods can also help lower cholesterol.
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Blocking action of plant sterols
The plant sterols, when ingested with food, compete with the cholesterol molecules to get absorbed in the bloodstream and transported to various parts of the body. By this action, the dietary cholesterol gets blocked and is not absorbed by the body. Subsequently, the plant sterols are not absorbed in the intestine and are therefore flushed out of the body.
Studies have shown that "Recommended daily intakes of plant sterols are usually between 2 and 3 g, at which level the expected reduction in LDL cholesterol is approximately 10%". Higher levels than this, taken for long periods, may reduce the levels of beta-carotene and other fat-soluble vitamins. This can be offset by increased intake of fruits and vegetables with high carotenoid content like dark green, yellow and orange fruits. However, taking plant sterols is not recommended for pregnant and lactating women, small children and overweight people.
The safety of plant sterols and stanols has been confirmed by an extensive safety evaluation programme and a sound history of safe use since 1999 in several European countries. The FDA has certified it as ‘heart healthy’ and the National Cholesterol Education Panel has issued a recommendation in 2001 that plant sterols and stanols be added to cholesterol-lowering regimens. Introduction of plant sterols into food through fortification of margarines and food oils might lower coronary heart disease for all.
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Policosanol is a mixture of fatty alochols derived from sugarcane, yam or beeswax. It contains predominantly octanosol, triacontanol among other alcohols. It is very helpful in reducing cholesterol levels in people with abnormally high cholesterol.
High cholesterol can lead to heart disease and stroke. The changing lifestyles and dietary habits have led to people becoming overweight and obese. Thus, a large number of the population is suffering from high cholesterol. Cholesterol is a type of fat generated by the body. There are two kinds of it – the HDL (high density lipoprotein) good cholesterol and the LDL (low density lipoprotein) bad cholesterol. Cholesterol is essential for the body functions but excesses cause problems.
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The main benefit of Policosanol is that it reduces the amount of bad cholesterol in the body thereby cleaning the arteries and permitting free flow of blood through the body. LDL cholesterol is responisble for the formation of plaque which chokes up the arteries. By reducing LDL, Policosanol helps in providing unrestricted flow of nourishment to various parts of the body.
Secondly, Policosanol increases the amount of HDL or good cholesterol. This form of cholesterol takes the excess cholesterol to the liver where it can be re-utilized or destroyed, depending on the requirement of the body. HDL helps to break down the arterial plaque, so higher levels of HDL helps to clear the arteries for free flow of blood and reduces chances of cardiovascular disease.
Policosanol helps to fight atherosclerosis by removing the atheroma, the accumulation that generates this disease. Millions of people suffer from this disease the world over. Policosanol has been found very effective in studies in combating it.
The balancing effect that Policosanol has is mainly due to two reasons – firstly, it reduces the excess manufacture of cholesterol and secondly, it reduces any barriers to the breakdown of cholesterol. The mechanism of Policosanol is quite different from that of statin drugs commonly prescribed for high cholesterol patients. Policosanol reduces platelet aggregation or stickiness of platelets, thereby thinning the blood and allowing it to flow more freely.
A six-month study using a placebo-controlled group and 10mg of Policosanol reduced the total cholesterol by 16% and LDL cholesterol by 24% while increasing the HDL cholesterol by 29%. Other studies with policosanol and conventional medications show that 5mg to 20mg per day of policosanol showed better results than the statins lovastatin, pravastatin and simvastatin used to control cholesterol with fewer side effects. Statin drugs are known to cause liver and muscle problems, but policosanol has not shown any such side effects.
Policosanol may be helpful for other conditions as well, as preventing blood clotting by thinning the blood, improving leg pain in people with hardened arteries, reducing enlarged prostrate and reducing inflammations in rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.
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Many of us are victims of the #1 reason for heart failures - Cholesterol. It builds up slowly on us, and before we realise it, we are having high levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol in the body due to our unhealthy eating habits, and are at risk of heart disease. Drug prescriptions usually contain statins which produce harmful side effects in our body. Is there no natural remedy for lowering cholesterol? Is there no other natural supplement which does the same work as the statin without the side effects? Fortunately, there is one – Policosanol.
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Policosanol is a mixture of alcohols derived from the fermentation of Cuban sugarcane. Octacosanol at 60% is the main alcohol, but other alcohols present in minor quantities are hexacosanol and triacontanol and others. The high percentage of octacosanol helps in two ways – to reduce the total and LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol and increase the HDL or ‘good’ cholesterol.
Cholesterol, a waxy susbtance produced by the liver is found in the cell walls of almost every organ in the body. It is transported by lipoproteins. LDL or low density lipoproteins tend to deposit excess cholesterol along arterial walls leading to a condition called atherosclerosis. The HDL or high density lipoproteins break down the excess deposits or plaque and transport them to the liver for disposal.
Studies on intake of Policosanol
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 437 patients of cholesterol were given either Policosanol or a placebo for twelve weeks. The results obtained at the end of the study showed that while the cholesterol of the placebo group remained as it was, the cholesterol levels of the Policosanol group showed a 17% reduction in total cholesterol level, 25% reduction in LDL and a 28% increase in HDL levels. This means faster removal of plaque and decrease in the risk of coronary disease.
Other benefits of Policosanol
Policosanol has shown to have anti- proliferative effect similar to statins. A study has shown that 10 mg of Policosanol has lowered LDL by 24% as compared to simvastatin (Zocor) at 15% for 10 mg. This makes it an ideal substitute for statin drugs.
It also inhibits formation of clots and helps in reducing platelet aggregation. Aspirins are used for thinning of blood. While they act in one manner, policosanols have a different action on blood platelets. Together, they are more effective than either alone.
The hormones estrogen and progesterone have a protective effect against cardiovascular diseases. Post menopause, many women show increased cholesterol levels and succumb to heart problems as levels of these hormones decrease. Studies have shown that women who were given Policosanol showed a decrease of 17% total cholesterol, 25% LDL and increase of 29% HDL.
People with Type - II diabetes are at high risk with respect to cholesterol. Policosanol has no carbohydrate value and therefore, does not raise blood sugar. Thus, it is very suitable for diabetic patients.
With so many benefits, Policosanol seems like your best bet. Would you like to know more about Policosanol and what it can do for you? Please see this Doctor’s Special Report at http://TheCholesterolBlog.info/week2/Policosanol
Red Yeast Rice is a traditional Chinese medicine which is known to have cholesterol lowering properties. It is extracted from rice which has been fermented with a type of yeast called Monascus purpureus. It is used not only as medicine but also as food colouring, additive and preservative.
The cholesterol lowering properties of Red Yeast Rice (RYR) come from the naturally occuring substances called monacolins in it. In particular, Monacolin K resembles the statin Lovastatin, which is the key component of the cholesterol lowering drug, Mevacor. For those who have been advised to lower their cholesterol levels and are concerned about the side effects of statin drugs like liver dysfunction, muscle atrophy etc., Red Yeast Rice is a natural alternative.
Red Yeast Rice was judged by the Physician's Desk Reference On Nutritional Supplements to "significantly reduce total cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol and total triglyceride concentrations, compared to a placebo."
Studies have shown that taking 2.4 g of Red Yeast Rice per day reduced LDL or bad cholesterol levels by 22% and total cholesterol by 16% in 12 weeks. Another study showed that taking 1.2g of RYR lowered LDL levels by 26% in just 8 weeks. In China and other Asian countries, the daily intake of Red Yeast Rice is much more as it is used commonly as an ingredient in many preparations such as Peking Duck.
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Besides reducing cholesterol, Red Yeast Rice also has many other side benefits:
• Chemopreventive: It inhibits colon cancer.
• Reduces cardiac mortality: It has been found that in people who already had a history of heart attacks, Red Yeast Rice reduced heart attack and death by cardiac reasons by 45% compared to the placebo group.
• Atherosclerosis: Building up of cholesterol plaque and endothelial damage is inhibited by RYR.
• Type II diabetes/ Coronary disease: Studies have shown that Red Yeast Rice reduces non-fatal heart attack by 64%, fatal heart attacks by 58%, sudden death from coronary heart disease by 27% as against the placebo group in Type 2 diabetes with coronary heart disease.
• Anitmutagenic/ antioxidant : Red yeast Rice exhibits anti-oxidant and anti-cancer properties.
• Neuroprotective: It exhibits a protective effect against amyloid beta peptide induced neurotoxicity, thereby benefitting people with Alzhemiers and other neurodegenerative disorders.
The amount of monacolins obtained from RYR extracts vary a lot. There are different strains of yeasts and different types of fermentation methods used. The amount of monacolins in RYR ranges from 0% to 0.58%. So even though studies have shown that red yeast rice can lower cholesterol, the supplement must contain the right dosage for it to be effective. Drug companies have aggressively campaigned against RYR because it is a natural alternative to their costly drugs and one-fifth the quantity is sufficient to show the same result.
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Red Yeast Rice is an extract that is made by fermenting rice with a type of red yeast grown on the rice with a traditional Chinese fermentation method. A study recently completed in UCLA after 17 studies in China concluded that red yeast rice lowers cholesterol by 11 to 32 %.
Why is it necessary to reduce cholesterol? After all, cholesterol is something that is produced by the body for maintaining the fluidity of cell membranes, for production of steroid hormones and Vitamin D and for distributing through the body, fat-soluble nutrients like Vitamin E, carotenoids and coenzyme Q10.
The trouble with cholesterol is that it is also imbibed from certain dietary foods. Excess of cholesterol combines with blood platelets and sticks to the arterial walls forming a plaque with time. As the plaque grows, the arteries become narrower and causing increase in blood pressure and atherosclerosis. The cholesterol which combines with blood is carried by low-density lipoproteins (LDL) and is termed the ‘bad’ cholesterol. The high- density lipoprotein (HDL) is the good cholesterol as it helps in breaking down the plaque and carrying away the cholesterol to the liver to be disposed off. An ideal condition would be a total cholesterol of below 200.
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People with high cholesterol are often treated with statin drugs. But, many of them soon have to discontinue the drugs because of the severe side effects like muscle pain, weakness and liver dysfunction.
A study conducted on such a group of statin – intolerant high cholesterol patients with red rice yeast under placebo controlled environment showed a considerable decrease in LDL levels. Another important result was that the HDL levels remained unaffected. This indicates that red yeast rice only lowers the bad cholesterol. Side effects like elevated liver enzymes and weakness shown by statin drugs were not produced.
Red Yeast Rice has also been known to lower blood pressure levels by decreasing the plaque formation. It acts by inhibiting the co-enzyme HMG-CoA-reducatase which is responsible for the production of cholesterol in the body.
Statin drugs also lower the levels of CoQ10, which is used for energy production in every cell. It is present in large quantities in the heart muscles. When levels of CoQ10 go down, the heart is the first organ to be affected. Thus, it is not advisable to take statin drugs for a long time. Red Yeast Rice produces the same results as statin drugs at one-sixth the dosage and is therefore a safer alternative.
Though Red Yeast Rice has not shown significant side effects, it is not advisable for children, for pregnant and lactating women and for people with liver disorders. It is also to be monitored when given to patients already on a statin prescription. Red yeast rice products are not sold over the counter because of FDA regulations.
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Sytrinol is one of the latest and most effective patented proprietary formula comprising of citrus and palm fruit extracts for reducing cholesterol levels and thereby cardiac problems. It contains polymethoxylated flavonoids (PMFs) and tocotrienols which significantly reduce total cholesterol and bad cholesterol (LDL) levels and triglycerides. Besides it has powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which contribute to managing cardiovascular risk factors.
Cardiovascular disease is the reason for more than 930,000 deaths in the United States alone. Reducing the amount of LDL Cholesterol is effective to a great extent in preventing coronary events and cardiac arrests. The usual prescription for cholesterol is a statin drug. However, statins drugs have been known to have potentially dangerous side effects. It has been shown by studies that flavonoids are safer than statins.
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PMFs are flavonoid compounds derived from the peels of citrus fruits like oranges and tangerine. Sytrinol has flavonoids like nobelitin and tangerine which are responsible for cholesterol reduction. Nobiletin was first extracted from orange peels. It is an powerful anti-inflammatory agent. Atherosclerosis was considerably reduced in people who were treated with nobiletin. Tangerine is a PMF first isolated from tangerine oil. It was found to exhibit anti-oxidant and neuroprotective properties. Recently, in vitro studies have shown that tangerine is able to lower triglyceride and apo-B levels. It interferes with cellular production of triglycerides and lowers it by 37%. It reduces apo-B production by inhibiting a protein responsible for synthesis of apo-B in the liver. Apo-B is responsible for production of LDL cholesterol. Thus, by inhibiting the production of apo-B, LDL cholesterol is also reduced.
Tocotrienols are a third protective component of the Sytrinol formula.They are the naturally occuring antioxidant analogs of tocopherols. They lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels by degrading the enzyme HMG-CoA-reductase, which is responsible for cholesterol synthesis in the liver. Thus, tocotrienols suppress cholesterol synthesis without the harmful side effects of statins.
Tocotrienols obtained from palm oil sources have been shown to reduce LDL and triglyceride levels and increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels. At the same time, they have also increased the production of apo-A which counter balances the effect of apo-B.
Sytrinol has been developed after 12 years of extensive research on polymethoxylated flavonoids, tocotrienols and their effect on cardiovascular health. Health benefits have been demonstrated using in vivo, in vitro and clinical studies. Sytrinol is currently being tested in a long-term, double blind, randomized study on people with moderately high cholesterol. The results after 12 weeks showed that total cholesterol was lowered by 30%, LDL cholesterol by 27% and triglycerides by 33%. The HDL level increased by 4% bringing down the LDL/HDL ratio by 30%.
Cholesterol management is one of the best ways to prevent cardiovascular risk. Natural methods such as lifestyle modification, diet, exercise and natural supplements can help maintain cholesterol at optimum levels. For those who need additional cholesterol – lowering drugs, Sytrinol is a safe and viable option. Taken in combination with other ingredients, it is a good alternative therapy for healthy life.
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Trust me when I say that you don’t need to turn to clinical injectable skin fillers in order to improve the firmness and elasticity of your skin. There are many different kinds of clinical wrinkle reducers available, each can be quite expensive, and most come with some measure of risk. The only reason that people are turning to injecting these substances into their skin, is because so many topical anti wrinkle creams have failed them.
Over the counter anti aging skin care formulas were supposed to give us results comparable to what these clinical procedures will, but things didn’t work out quite that way. The truth is that the skin cannot absorb collagen, elastin, or hyaluronic acid, because they are simply too molecularly dense. Scientists have always known this, which is why they began injecting these substances into the skin in the first place.
These clinical skin fillers are meant to make up for the degradation of your tissues and polymer caused by the activity of enzymes in the skin. These enzymes can cost you as much as 1% of your skin’s total collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid content per year. The effect this has is devastating, especially since the production of these substances goes steadily down after the age of 25.
The most popular substance injected into the skin each year is collagen, which can come in animal derived or bioengineered human based collagen. This substance will make the skin in the area treated firmer and smoother, but the effect gradually fades after a few months. Animal and bioengineered injectable collagen is subject to the same rate of decomposition by enzymes as your natural collagen is.
One of the big problems with collagen skin fillers is that unless correctly applied you can end up with visible lumps in your skin, and you would be surprised how often this happens. These lumps will remain there until enzymes injected to break them down take effect, and who wants to walk around like that. Another option for you is hyaluronic acid injections, but the results you get will only be fleeting.
Although it doesn’t exactly qualify as a wrinkle filler, Botox injections are also very popular. Botox is a neurotoxin that is used to weaken the facial muscles involved in forming some of your wrinkles. Injecting this substance into your skin can cause nervous system damage, botulism, respiratory difficulty, pain and irritation at the injection site, nausea, and flu-like symptoms.
Instead of skin fillers that could cause you various physical problems, why not simply try anti aging formulas that combines Cynergy TK, Nano-Lipobelle H EQ10, Phytessence Wakame kelp extract, and grape seed oil? These first two ingredients stimulate greater collagen and elastin production, while the others slow the destruction of your tissues and polymer caused by enzyme activity.
Believe me, these all natural topically applied skin fillers work better than any over the counter formula you have ever tried. They are far cheaper than clinical procedures, and they really do work as well as advertised. These products are a far better way to go when it comes to smoothing out your skin.
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You could eat a bowl of oatmeal, a handful of walnuts or a baked potato topped with a heart healthy margarine to lower your cholesterol and you could also stay off medications.
Soluble fiber found in oatmeal helps reduce your low density lipoprotein (LDL), the bad cholesterol. Kidney beans, apples, pears, psyllium, barley and prunes have soluble fiber. To reduce the absorption of cholesterol in your intestines eat foods with soluble fiber.
To decrease your total and LDL cholesterol eat ten grams or more soluble fiber a day. Eating 1 1/2 cups of cooked oatmeal provides 6 grams of fiber. If you add fruit, such as bananas, you’ll add about 4 more grams of fiber. You can also eat cold cereal made with oatmeal or oat bran.
Research shows walnuts can significantly reduce blood cholesterol. Walnuts that are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, help keep blood vessels healthy and elastic. Almonds and other nuts do the same thing. Only eat a handful since nuts are high in calories.
Because of its high levels of omega 3 fatty acids eating fatty fish has lowered cholesterol according to researchers. Reducing blood pressure and the risk of blood clots is another way Omega 3 fatty acids helps the heart. Fish oil or omega 3 fatty acids reduces the risk of sudden death in people who already have heart problems.
To get heart healthy benefits it is recommended by the Food and Drug Administration to eat 2 tablespoons of olive oil a day. You can get olive oil into your diet by adding it to a marinade, by using it to saute vegetables or mix it with vinegar as a salad dressing. When you are basting meat use olive oil rather than butter. Olive oil contains a potent mix of antioxidants that can lower your “bad” (LDL) cholesterol but leave your “good” (HDL) cholesterol untouched.
In order to reduce LDL cholesterol by more than 10 percent use margarine, orange juice because they are fortified with plant sterols. When you drink two 8 ounce glasses of sterol fortified orange juice you will get the 2 grams of plant sterols you need for results.
Before you make other changes to your diet, think about cutting back on the types and amounts of fats you eat, which can raise your cholesterol. That way, you’ll improve your cholesterol levels and health overall.
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Listen up! A natural remedy for dark circles under eyes is the answer to all of your problems related to discoloration, puffiness beneath the eyes, lines, and wrinkles. That is if you have the right combination of specially formulated natural ingredients working for you. Not just any “natural” remedy is going to eliminate the laundry list of issues related to the formation of the unsightly bags and dark circles from which you are suffering.
This means that you can pretty much forget using the many home remedies that are commonly touted as an answer to the problems you are having. What these treatments mostly consist of are little more than cold compresses in the form of various vegetable slices, and tea bags to name just a few. These treatments provide you with temporary relief from puffiness and discoloration, but don’t address the real problems.
What you are going to have to do is find an over the counter natural remedy for dark circles under eyes, bags, and wrinkles, that has been developed with specific ingredients. What is effective for treating the causes of aging are nano-emulsified forms of nutrients, protein peptides, and protein complexes blended with enzymes. You are obviously not going to find these components in any local health food, or grocery store.
You have to be careful in choosing the products that you use; because many of the anti aging skin care formulas available will not provide you with what it is that you need. The cosmetic companies are infamous for relying on cost effective chemically produced synthetic compounds in their formulas. The specially developed compounds you need to be successful are generally out of the price range that most companies want to spend.
It is likely that your natural remedy for dark circles under eyes will contain animal derived collagen, elastin, or hyaluronic acid for firming and smoothing your skin, and often the product will contain a combination of all three. Tissues and polymer from dead commercial livestock is plentiful, which means that it is cheap. It is a shame that more people don’t know that the molecular density of these tissues and polymer make it impossible for their skin to absorb them.
The most effective method of smoothing and firming the skin is absorbing bio-available compounds like Nano-Lipobelle H EQ10, and Cynergy TK. These are two of the all natural nutrient variations and protein complex and enzyme mixes that I referred to earlier. These ingredients will aid you by producing a significant increase in the production of your collagen and elastin.
The most effective natural remedy for dark circles under eyes and bags will contain the peptide based compounds known as Eyeliss and Haloxyl. These ingredients have been proven to increase blood flow to the eye region, improve fluid and hemoglobin removal, stabilize your capillary system, and thicken the skin beneath the eyes. They also help to reduce skin slackening, and improve firmness and elasticity.
Make no mistake about it. A natural remedy for dark circles under eyes, bags, and wrinkles that feature this miraculous quartet of ingredients is all you need.
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Let’s face it. A high quality acne skin care product is called for whenever anyone suffers from this common skin disease, but what is the best formula to look for in order to see quick results? If I were to choose a treatment for myself, it would definitely be a natural herbal treatment for acne, because the positive effects of all natural ingredients on the skin have been proven time and time again.
I would always advise someone to use something made from all natural ingredients as opposed to the typical acne skin care product. Most of the products that are designed for the treatment of acne feature ingredients that can be very harsh to the skin. Redness, irritation, and dry skin are often what you get almost from the onset of treatment, and you can suffer with these problems for the entire time you use the formula.
This means that you will have to endure dry, irritated skin for quite some time, because none of the popular formulas begin to eliminate your acne until after about six weeks or so. A natural herbal treatment for acne that features the right blend of natural ingredients will begin to work in about the same amount of time as these other formulas, but without the negative side effects.
What is it exactly that an acne skin care product needs to do in order to eliminate acne? The primary functions of an effective treatment are the destruction of the propionibacterium acnes that causes inflammation within plugged follicles in the skin. These follicles are plugged by a combination of sebum and dead keratin skin cells, and the excessive production of sebum must be brought under control as well.
One very popular natural herbal treatment for acne uses Tea Tree oil as the primary active ingredient, because of its powerful antiseptic properties. This compound is effective in ridding the skin of the P. acnes bacteria, but you have to be careful when using this ingredient on the skin. It is not recommended that you apply a Tea Tree oil formula around the eyes or mouth, because this substance can be toxic.
For a natural antiseptic compound every bit as effective as Tea Tree oil if not more, I would advise you to use an acne skin care product that features active Manuka honey. This potent ingredient will eliminate the cause of your inflammation, and it will do so without any danger of negative side effects. Active Manuka honey is a dietary staple to the people of New Zealand, and is considered a delicacy throughout the world.
A natural herbal treatment for acne that contains active Manuka honey should also have ingredients like Babassu wax and Shea butter, which have been proven effective in treating inflammation in the skin. Either Jojoba oil or Maracuja passion fruit extract will regulate sebum production, so that no more plugs will form. Jojoba is effective in defeating acne, and more serious diseases like psoriasis.
So give it a try! An acne skin care product that contains this list of natural compounds will safely and effectively eliminate acne.
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Posted by N.J at 2:47 AM
I am going to tell you right now not to get caught up in the latest fad called aromatherapy skin care, because these formulas that companies are providing are not as effective as they are claimed to be. I always stress to people about the importance of using cosmetics that are 100 percent all natural for both safety and effectiveness. These products must contain specific ingredients in order to be effective.
Essential oils are claimed to prevent many of the signs of aging, and they do actually contribute to reversing one of the causes of wrinkle development. Since the ingredients in these formulas are derived from plants, you can expect them to provide the skin with at least some antioxidants. These antioxidants are essential for eliminating free radicals from the skin, and reversing wrinkle producing oxidation.
Other than that you shouldn’t expect to receive a lot of benefit from the essential oils that make up aromatherapy skin care anti aging formulas. The truth is that natural oils are the most effective moisturizing compounds available, because plant based oils are known to contain properties that make them remarkably similar to the sebum that your sebaceous glands produce.
What are known as essential oils however are not truly the oil from various plants, buy a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds. In order to remove oil from a plant, the plant needs to undergo a method of extraction that is known as cold-pressing. The method of extracting hydrophobic liquid from a plant is distillation, which produces a finished product that is mostly water.
What you have in aromatherapy skin care formulas is basically scented water, which provides very little benefit to the skin. In alternative medicine it is believed that the scents produced by certain compounds positively alter one’s mood, cognitive function, and health. There has been very little scientifically proven about the health effects of aromatherapy, but there is some evidence that at least some oils may have therapeutic potential.
The therapeutic potential of the ethereal oils in these products is not going to help you firm and thicken your skin by increasing the production of collagen and elastin. It will also not prevent the decomposition of your tissues and polymer by the collagenase, elastase, and hyaluronidase enzymes that seek to quickly break these substances down. You need ingredients that will address these specific issues.
A company in New Zealand has recently provided the world with a line of anti aging skin care formulas that will provide far more benefit to your skin that any aromatherapy skin care formula will. Their products dramatically boost collagen and elastin creation the protein complex and enzyme fusion Cynergy TK and Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10, which is a nano-emulsion of Coenzyme Q10.
In conclusion, their products also team Phytessence Wakame kelp extract and grape seed oil, which is a combination that effectively thwarts the destructive endeavors that cause tissue and polymer degradation. The ingredients that this company provides you with give you everything that an aromatherapy skin care formula fails too.
You can learn more insights by visiting my web site and discovering more natural ingredients I personally use daily.
Posted by N.J at 2:47 AM
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