High cholesterol and triglycerides
Cholesterol plays a key role in the health of our arteries and circulatory system
Cholesterol is a type of fat produced by our body, only a small part assimilated through our diet. Depending on its nature, it can positively contribute to the digestive process, the production of vitamin D for bones and the construction of cell walls.
When cholesterol is conducted into the arteries and into the liver by low-density lipoproteins, it provides protection for the arteries.
It is defined as bad cholesterol because high intensity lipoproteins, due to their weight, tend to be deposited in the arteries themselves, obstructing them.
These blockages can cause serious cardiovascular diseases, strokes and heart attacks, or even less serious disorders such as increased triglycerides in the blood.
Normally there is a balance in our body, between cholesterol produced and cholesterol taken in that manages to maintain proper levels.
It may happen, however, for genetic reasons or linked to poor diet and diseases, that cholesterol levels rise above 240 mg/dl, with the risk of incurring in one or more of the problems mentioned above.
Nutrition is key in this case, as the foods themselves can help us regulate cholesterol levels in the blood. However, in some cases it is necessary to take cholesterol-lowering drugs or supplements, which will help lower these levels. Barberine and fermented red rice are natural cholesterol lowering remedies.
These are chosen by Innbiotec, in addition to other natural resources such as chromium, Omega-3 and Olive, to shape EUMETAB 360®, a natural supplement, which not only regulates cholesterol, but helps all circulation and blood pressure, metabolism and is a valuable aid for weight regulation.