Nature's Way Guggul
Standardized Guggul by Nature's Way
extract is standardized to 6% guggulsterones E & Z. Guggul has been clinically shown to promote cardiovascular health.
Animal studies suggest that guggulsterones can increase the liver's ability to bind "bad" LDL cholesterol, thus taking it out of circulation. Animals given guggul extract and a high-fat, plaque-producing diet had lower blood fats and developed less atherosclerosis than animals given the diet alone.
In some of this research, a combination of guggul and garlic worked better than guggul by itself.
In humans, three months of guggul treatment resulted in lower levels of total cholesterol (average 24 percent) and serum triglycerides (average 23 percent reduction) in the majority of patients.
Take 1 capsule three times daily with food or water.
Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women. If you are using prescription medication, consult with your healthcare professional before using this product.
About Nature's Way
Over the last three and a half decades, Nature’s Way has pioneered more than just herbal and nutritional science. The company is a recognized leader among all of the nutritional and dietary supplement companies in America. Their list of “firsts” is extensive, and many of them pioneered the way retailers, consumers, industry, competitors, and even government viewed herbal and nutritional supplements. Here are a few of the things of which Nature’s Way is the most proud: • First nutritional products manufacturer with a state-of-the-art, pharmaceutically licensed facility • First major certified organic producer • First to bring significant European phytomedicines (plant based medicines) to market • First to spend more than a million dollars on leg
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