What Is Lipid Control?
Safely managing blood lipid levels can be a challenge. An
increasing number of doctors recognize the critical need to protect the
arterial wall against low-density lipoprotein (LDL) oxidation and to
support healthy endothelial function.
Our formula helps safeguard vascular and heart health, while encouraging antioxidant protection.
Advanced Lipid Control Benefits
- Helps maintain already-healthy blood lipid levels
- Helps maintain already-healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels
- Supports endothelial function
What is amla?
Amla, an extract of Indian gooseberry, promotes
endothelial health and helps maintain already-healthy levels of LDL, HDL
Why did we add black tea theaflavins?
Black tea flavonoids inhibits oxidative stress
and support a healthy inflammatory response, which helps preserve
Black tea is
rich in theaflavins, which have been shown in human studies to maintain
already-healthy cholesterol levels. Standardized amla extract has been
clinically shown to support endothelial function, and evidence
demonstrates that it also promotes already-healthy levels of blood
glucose, insulin and blood pressure.
Additional arterial health benefits
Scientists have discovered that the theaflavins in black tea provide
multiple arterial health benefits. In addition to maintaining
already-healthy cholesterol levels, theaflavins have been shown to
protect against LDL oxidation and favorably promote endothelial
function, thus helping to maintain healthy circulation.1-4
Scientists have also found that black tea flavonoids possess strong
antioxidant properties, which can help support against oxidative damage
to cells and tissues from free radicals.5 In addition,
theaflavins have been found to help support a healthy inflammatory
response. They also help to preserve endothelial integrity.6-8
Advanced Lipid Control contains Capros® amla, an extract of Indian
gooseberry. This standardized extract contains tannins that have been
shown to promote endothelial function and help maintain healthy levels
of all three key blood lipids—LDL, high-density lipoprotein (HDL), and
triglycerides—as well as C-reactive protein.9,10