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About Phytomega

Previous Entry Phytomega Apr. 8th, 2004 @ 09:49 pm Next Entry
Introducing Phytomega
Phytomega's patent-pending breakthrough formula is the only product to combine plant-based phytosterols with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids to naturally reduce LDL "bad" cholesterol and promote healthy triglyceride levels.


Works with PROVEXCV and FiberWise
Taken with PROVEXCV and FiberWise, Phytomega improves your whole cardiovascular system! While Phytomega reduces LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels, PROVEXCV helps prevent the remaining LDL cholesterol in the blood from oxidizing and enables healthy platelet activity. Add FiberWise, which expels toxins, fats, and cholesterol from the body, and you have the perfect combination for complete cardiovascular health!

What makes Phytomega work
First, the phytosterols - (plant-derived molecules that mimic cholesterol) effectively block your body's absorption of cholesterol in the intestine. Because the phytosterols in Phytomega mimic cholesterol, your body absorbs less cholesterol and less enters your bloodstream. The unabsorbed cholesterol passes out of your body as waste. By lowering these cholesterol levels, Phytomega helps reduce your risk of heart disease.

Second, omega-3 fatty acids are a form of polyunsaturated fat, a "good" fat. They are essential for good health, but your body cannot make these fatty acids. In the 1970s, scientists made one of the first connections between omega-3 fatty acids and human health while studying the Inuit people of Greenland. The Inuit diet of whale, seal, and salmon is very high in fat, yet they suffer far less coronary heart disease than other populations. Researchers realized these foods are rich in omega-3 fatty acids - which give the Inuit natural cardiovascular protection and other health benefits. These fatty acids help maintain healthy triglyceride levels in your body. Research has shown that people with elevated triglyceride levels are at a higher risk of developing cardiovascular disease - specifically ischemic stroke* - as well as other risk factors, including diabetes and hypertension.
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