Lane Labs - CholesterALL - 60 Tablets
- Manufacturer:Lane Labs
- Packaged Ship Weight:0.12
- Dosage Size:1
Lane Labs CholesterALL™ provides FULL SPECTRUM Cholesterol Support for Cholesterol Levels Already in the Healthy Range CholesterAll supports all 3 key blood lipids. If you’re age 50+, you are heading into the “watch it” years. You need to watch your weight; if you don’t, over the next ten to 15 years it may climb. And you need to watch your cholesterol. Total cholesterol under 200 is considered healthy, especially if it is comprised of high “good” cholesterol and low “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides. If you’ve already started an exercise program, good for you! If you’re watching your fat and cholesterol intake, congratulations! But there’s one more thing you can do. You can start taking CholesterALL™.
CholesterALL is unique for two reasons.
First, it contains the specific form of vitamin B3 (nicotinic acid) that has been shown in 50 years of clinical trials to do all the right things for your blood cholesterol levels… supporting high levels of “good” HDL (High Density Lipid) cholesterol in your blood and helping to limit production of “bad” LDL (Low Density Lipid) cholesterol and triglycerides.
And second, CholesterALL is encased in a special timed-release wax-matrix tablet so it enters your system gradually over the course of 6-8 hours, eliminating the unpleasant reaction called “flushing” – where your skin turns red and you feel hot all over – that may occur with immediate-release niacin supplements.
The vitamin for a healthy heart
A member of the B vitamin family, nicotinic acid (vitamin B3) supports healthy metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats (lipids). After diet and exercise, nicotinic acid has long been considered the most effective way to address cholesterol levels. In clinical studies, nicotinic acid has shown measurable benefit for good HDL cholesterol levels.
Nicotinic acid is vitamin B3 – But other B3s are NOT nicotinic acid!
Nicotinic acid is a highly active form of vitamin B3. Other forms of vitamin B3 are sometimes offered as “no-flush” alternatives. But while they may offer some of the same nutritional activity, they are not the same thing. Niacinamide, for example, is a different form of vitamin B3. It eventually provides the same vitamin nutrients, but takes a different pathway of absorption. Because of this difference in metabolic breakdown, niacinamide doesn’t flush – but neither does it help cholesterol profiles. Inositol hexanicotinate is a totally different compound in which nicotinic acid is chemically bound to an inositol molecule. In theory, when this complex molecule is ingested it will be gradually broken down to release nicotinic acid into the bloodstream. Unfortunately there is little if any scientific evidence to demonstrate that this really happens.