Cholesterol Too High? 
Citrus Fruit Peel Extract Lowers Cholesterol in 30 days!
By Lorna R. Vanderhaeghe, MS 
 
As a nutritional medicine expert people often ask me what they can do to lower their high cholesterol.  My answer is choose natural remedies and a healthier lifestyle. 
 
Sytrinol – the Food-Based Solution to High Cholesterol
 
People are looking for an effective solution to their cholesterol problem. Sytrinol is that solution. 
 
What is Sytrinol?
Sytrinol is a patented ingredient derived from the rind of orange and tangerine and palm fruit extracts. Multiple studies show that Sytrinol’s active compounds (polymethoxylated flavones and palm tocotrienols) make it an effective and natural cholesterol-lowering supplement that not only lowers LDL ‘bad’ cholesterol but also increases HDL ‘good’ cholesterol. The therapeutic ingredients in Sytrinol are also powerful antioxidants that help to control inflammation, inhibit arterial plaque formation, and reduce blood platelet aggregation (clumping).
 
The Role of Cholesterol in Health 
There are few substances as controversial as cholesterol. Although cholesterol often gets a bad rap, cholesterol is necessary to manufacture our male and female hormones and it is used to patch and repair injuries in the body. It is also essential to the synthesis of vitamin D, and the production of bile acids needed for fat digestion.  
HDL vs LDL Cholesterol
While some cholesterol is good for us, too much of the wrong kind can clog arteries and increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. In simple terms, cholesterol becomes a health concern when there is a high level of the “bad” low-density lipoproteins (LDL) combined with a low level of the “good” high-density lipoproteins (HDL).
 
Sytrinol Research Studies Show Great Results
Three separate studies showed that taking 300 mg of Sytrinol a day for four weeks (less than 30 days) lowered total cholesterol by 25 to 30 per cent. Sytrinol also lowered “bad” LDL cholesterol by 19-22 percent and triglycerides by 24-34 per cent. And not only did Sytrinol lower LDL, it also increased levels of the “good” HDL cholesterol.  
 
More Good News! 
The best news is that Sytrinol worked independently of dietary changes. In addition, toxicity studies have shown that Sytrinol is well tolerated with no toxic effects. Combining Sytrinol with a healthier, whole foods diet and daily exercise will undoubtedly yield even greater benefits!