Chol Life ® : A Nutraceutical Formulation of Cholesterol-Lowering Ingredients

cholChol Life ® is a formulation of natural ingredients that have been scientifically demonstrated to lower the levels of unhealthy cholesterol in the blood.  Elevated levels of low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and triglycerides in the body can lead to fat deposits inside the artery walls, which accumulate and grow into a plaque.  This process, called atherosclerosis, impedes blood flow to vital organs and presents a risk for heart attack and stroke.  High cholesterol levels can arise as the result of a combination of factors including consumption of cholesterol-rich foods, inadequate exercise, advancing age, obesity, family history of heart disease and whether the person has other medical conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes.  Chol Life™ can be used as a nutritional supplement along with a healthy diet, exercise, and cholesterol-lowering medications to promote health of the cardiovascular system.

Chol Life ® contains the following lipid-lowering botanicals and nutraceuticals:

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