Study Results Are In: Organifi Can Successfully Help Lower Cholesterol
Written by: Lilla Bessenyei
Having high cholesterol levels is such a common issue, more so than most people realize. At least 1 in 6 Americans struggle with it. Doctors know by evidence that this problem often leads to many others like stroke and heart attack. Fortunately, or unfortunately, it doesn’t have any symptoms and doesn’t cause pain. The only way to discover it is to have a cholesterol test.
The good news for Fitlifer’s is that in 3rd party clinical trials, Organifi has shown to significantly lower LDL (“bad cholesterol”) and non-HDL cholesterol levels in general (by 27.5 units in average).
Check out the ingredients that give Organifi such a powerful kick:
Chlorella is a single-celled green alga. It contains high amounts polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are clinically proven to lower LDL levels. Another study supports that chlorella intake can be associated with a decrease of serum lipid levels as well.
3.5 ounces or 100 grams of this green superfood can fully cover your vitamin C and A, calcium and iron recommended daily intake. It also contains all the essential amino acids. Research confirmed that it’s very successful at decreasing LDL and increasing HDL levels.
Just like moringa, spirulina is high in calcium and iron. Scientists approved that this alga is very beneficial for normalizing serum lipid levels.
This herb is one of the best in the aspect of lowering cholesterol. Peppermint in animal studies has shown to significantly decrease LDL, cholesterol, triglycerides and increase HDL.
Due to its high fiber content, beet can help you to maintain a healthy lipid profile. Another study states that rats, which were fed beetroot extract – even beside a high cholesterol diet – had lower total cholesterol and triglycerides and increased HDL levels than those without beetroot extract. In addition, beetroot extract has antioxidant properties, which protected the rats against lipid peroxidation
Matcha is a kind of green tea that has been specially grown and processed. A meta-analysis declared that drinking green tea significantly lowered serum LDL and triglyceride levels.
The results of an animal study show that in hypercholesterolemic rats, wheatgrass juice dose-dependently and significantly reduced total cholesterol, triglyceride and LDL levels. Similar to beets, wheatgrass is also high in fiber and antioxidants, which can protect against atherosclerosis.
Some people say ashwagandha can help more than 50 different health issues. During clinical trials, it was proven to significantly lower cholesterol levels.
Low doses of curcumin (turmeric’s main active ingredient) can lower LDL and total cholesterol while increasing HDL levels.
One of the lemon’s compounds – called limonin – in laboratory tests looked promising, decreasing cholesterol levels. In Petri dishes, human liver cells produced less apo B, which is linked to higher cholesterol levels. Lemon peels contain pectin, which was effective reducing cholesterol in plasma and liver in rodents.
Coconut water markedly decreased lipid levels in hypercholesterolemic rats. It increases HMG-CoA-reductase enzyme activity in liver and LPL in fat tissue and heart.
Are you ready to give Organifi a try and enhance your health? Check out more about it here! Lipid level-normalizing benefits of Organifi are dose dependent, so for better results, be sure to drink up.
Lilla Bessenyei is a pharmacist and writer. It has been through her own experience that she realized that health and happiness start with what you put in your body and mind - including your thoughts. She is an avid researchers and has learned a lot about health and medicine. In her studies, she found that cultivating healthy emotions were just as important (if not more so) as a healthy diet. She is a fitness junkie, enjoys the numerous benefits of a vegan diet and enjoys helping people discover true health and happiness.
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