– Manage cholesterol level naturally
– Maintain circulatory health
– Recommended for use by healthy adult men and post-menopausal women
Red yeast rice, metabolic by-product of the fermentation (monacolins, natural pigments and unsaturated fatty acids)
Not recommended for pregnant or nursing women, those at risk or have history of liver disease, individuals under 20 years of age.
HypoCol® is a 100% natural product for maintaining healthy blood lipid levels. It is made from a unique fermentation process of pure strain red yeast called Monascus purpureus Went on premium rice bringing out the natural monacolins. HypoCol® is yielded from the original source of Red Yeast Rice through a strict and consistent US patented manufacturing process under patent number 6046022. For centuries, the Chinese have been using Red Yeast Rice in cooking and as a medicinal ingredient. Modern science has allowed the best from the East and West to form a quality product. HypoCol® has been widely researched in many countries, namely US, Norway, Singapore, Taiwan and China.
- Helps maintain and promote healthy blood lipid levelsPromotes healthy blood circulationComplements diet and exercisePatented Formula (US patent no: 6046022)
Limit saturated fat and trans fat
Choose exercises that address blood cholesterol levelsChoose exercises that address blood cholesterol levels. 30 minutes of aerobic activity each day is typically considered the best for maintaining healthy cholesterol levels. This might include brisk walking, jogging or swimming. This type of exercise has been shown to raise HDL cholesterol levels which is important to a healthy heart.Eating a diet rich in vegetables, beans, peas, lentils and fruitsEating a diet rich in vegetables, beans, peas, lentils and fruits can help to reduce “bad” cholesterol levels. The fibre in these plant foods clings to cholesterol in the body, helping to remove excess in the blood. It is a natural cleansing agent for the digestive tract.Did you know?Did you know that the liver can make all the cholesterol the body needs? Almost every cell in the body requires cholesterol, we need it to function properly. Think of it as one of our body’s building blocks. It plays a vital role in digestion by helping the liver to make the acids needed to digest fat.