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29-08-2012

Sytrinol®, a safe and effective alternative to statins

Whether synthetic or natural, statins are extremely effective at lowering cholesterol levels. However, not everyone can tolerate these molecules and for those seeking side-effect-free alternatives, natural options can be easily substituted for statins, Sytrinol® being a particular case in point. A third of our blood cholesterol comes from the diet...
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11-11-2011

Reduced testosterone linked to increased mortality

The exact reasons for the age-related decrease in testosterone levels are unknown. It is probably due to a combination of factors including an increase in body fat mass (and an associated increase in aromatase activity), oxidative damage to testosterone-producing tissues and a decline in precursor molecules such as DHEA. A...
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20-10-2011

Coenzyme Q10 improves endothelial function

Left ventricular ischemic diastolic dysfunction is a cause of heart failure. Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart no longer pumps efficiently enough to provide the body with freshly-oxygenated blood. Endothelial dysfunction, described as a malfunction of the cells which line the blood vessels, plays a key role in the...
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08-03-2011

Melatonin and alpha-lipoic acid important for cardiovascular health

A study investigated the cardio-protective role of two antioxidants: melatonin and alpha-lipoic acid. Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland which regulates the sleep-wake cycle and also has a significant antioxidant effect. Alpha lipoic acid is unique as an antioxidant in that it is both fat- and water-soluble...
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