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- adjective pathology Of, pertaining to, or having
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According to the MycoStat ™ site, “dietary supplementation with this polysaccharide in crude form results in marked hypocholesterolemic effects (levels of cholesterol that are too low), probably attributable to suppression of intestinal cholesterol absorption.”
Kudzu or its constituents might have hypoglycemic, hypocholesterolemic, and antioxidant activity.
This suggested that other constituent (s) of silymarin, in addition to silybin, also have hypocholesterolemic effects.
"The specific attributes of H. sabdariffa to cardiovascular health, including its ability to lower BP and its potential hypocholesterolemic effects, are not well understood and further research in this area is warranted," added the researchers.
Oral intake of 4. 5g / day of spirulina has the ability to reduce blood pressure and exerts hypocholesterolemic effects as demonstrated in a study involving 36 volunteers for a period of six weeks.
(Zetia), a specific, FDA-approved, cholesterol uptake-blocking drug, in combination with either a hyper - or hypocholesterolemic diet, to show that elevated circulating cholesterol levels promote, whereas a reduction in circulating cholesterol levels retard, the growth of human prostate cancer xenograft tumors in mice. "