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Choles Care
Advanced CholesCare
was the culmination of a lengthy research and development process. After months of research in the natural remedy world and published studies, our experts concluded with the finest, highest potency and scientific-chosen ingredients for our Cholesterol formula. These well-studied ingredients will bring their effectiveness and purity in achieving a real solution.
Key Benifits of taking Advanced CholesCare :

Choles Care
  • Increase Good Cholesterol levels (HDL)
  • Support healthy blood circulation
  • Promote healthy arteries
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Lower Bad Cholesterol (LDL)
  • Reduce resistance to blood flow in the peripheral tissues
  • Increase energy levels
  • Promote healthy organs and cells
  • Promote general optimum health

Promoting Good Cholesterol Levels

Healthy Cholesterol promotes vibrant health … the energy and vitality to get moving … reduces your risk of Cardiovascular Diseases … and improves over all health.

Cholesterol is a fatty substance, also called a lipid, that’s produced by the liver. It’s also found in foods high in saturated fat, like fatty meat, egg yolks, shellfish, and whole-milk dairy products. It’s a vital part ofthe structure and functioning of our cells. However, too much cholesterol in your blood may lead to a serious, progressive disease of the arteries, called atherosclerosis. Everyone with high cholesterol needs to keep it under control, but it may be even more important for some people, such as people with a family history of early heart disease, people with high blood pressure, and people with diabetes.
We are happy to inform you that. .. more and more patients suffering from Bad Cholesterol levels are finding solution through our Advanced CholesCARE .. .is the natural product to help promote and maintain Good Cholesterol levels.


Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 60

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Proprietary Blend


Niacin (Niacinamide)




Plant Sterol Complex


Cayenne Powder


Garlic Powder


* Daily Value Not Established


Magnesium Stearate, Gelatin (capsules)
This product contains no yeast, wheat, corn, dairy, soy, or glutens.


  • Take 2 capsules once a day with or without food.

  • Do not exceed more than 2 capsules in one day.

  • Store in a cool and dry place.

  • This product has a 3 year shelf life.


Cholesterol is a type of fat called a lipid. The body uses it for many things such as making new cells. Your liver makes the cholesterol that your body needs. You also get cholesterol from the foods you eat. Your body needs some cholesterol, but if you have too much, the cholesterol starts to build up in your arteries. This is called hardening of the arteries, or atherosclerosis. It is usually a slow process that gets worse as you get older. To understand what happens, think about how a clog forms in the pipe under a kitchen sink. Like the buildup of grease in the pipe, the buildup of cholesterol narrows your arteries and makes it harder for blood to flow through them. It reduces the amount of blood that gets to your body tissues, including your heart. Having high cholesterol doesn’t make you feel sick. But if cholesterol builds up enough in your arteries, it can block blood flow to your heart or brain and cause a heart attack or stroke. By the time you find out you have high cholesterol, it may already be clogging your arteries. So it is very important to start treatment even though you may feel fine.


Cholesterol travels through the blood attached to a protein. This package of cholesterol (a lipid) and protein is called a lipoprotein. Lipoproteins are either high-density or low-density, based on how much protein and fat they have. There are two different kinds of cholesterol. The first is referred to as low-density lipoproteins (LDL). This is known as the “bad” cholesterol. LDL is mostly fat with only a small amount of protein. This is the cholesterol that can clog your arteries. If you have high cholesterol, your doctor will want you to lower your LDL.

The second type of cholesterol is referred to as high-density lipoproteins (HDL). This cholesterol is the “good” cholesterol. HDL is made of more protein than fat. It helps clear the bad cholesterol from your blood so it does not clog your arteries. A high level of HDL can protect you from a heart attack. Triglycerides are another type of fat in the blood that can affect your health. If you have high triglycerides and a high LDL, your chances of having a heart attack are higher.


A poor diet: Eating too much saturated fat and cholesterol can raise your cholesterol. Saturated fat and cholesterol are in foods that come from animals such as beef, pork, veal, milk, eggs, butter, and cheese. High saturated fat and cholesterol are also found in many packaged foods, stick margarine, vegetable shortening, and snack foods like cookies, crackers, and chips.
Weight: Being overweight may raise triglycerides and lower “good” HDL.
Activity level: Not exercising may raise “bad” LDL and lower HDL.
Overall health: Diseases such as hypothyroidism can raise cholesterol. Smoking may lower HDL.
Age: Cholesterol starts to rise after age 20. In men, it usually levels off after age 50. In women, it stays fairly low until menopause. After that, cholesterol levels rise to about the same levels as in men.
Family: Some people inherit a rare disease called a lipid disorder. It can cause very high total cholesterol, very low HDL, and high triglycerides. If you have this problem, you will need to start treatment at a young age. There are two ways that you can help lower high cholesterol. You can make lifestyle changes or take medicines / supplements.

The overall goal is to lower your “bad” LDL cholesterol and reduce your risk of a heart attack. You may also need to raise your “good” HDL cholesterol. A high level of HDL helps reduce your risk of heart problems.

Some lifestyle changes are important for everyone with high cholesterol. Many doctors will suggest you follow a certain kind of diet called a TLC diet (Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes). The goal of this diet is to reduce the amount of saturated fat you eat. Eating saturated fat raises your cholesterol. The TLC diet helps you learn to make better food choices by picking lean meats, low-fat or nonfat products, and good fats like olive and canola oils. Some lifestyle changes are important for everyone with high cholesterol. Many doctors will suggest you follow a certain kind of diet called a TLC diet (Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes). The goal of this diet is to reduce the amount of saturated fat you eat. Eating saturated fat raises your cholesterol. The TLC diet helps you learn to make better food choices by picking lean meats, low-fat or nonfat products, and good fats like olive and canola oils. If you smoke, quit smoking. Quitting can help raise your HDL and improve your heart health.

You should have your cholesterol checked regularly. Your results can help your doctor know if lifestyle changes have helped or if you need more or different medicines. Sometimes lifestyle changes are enough on their own, but if you try them for a few months and they don’t lower your cholesterol enough, your doctor may prescribe a cholesterol-lowering medicine called a statin. You also may need other medicines to lower triglycerides or raise HDL. Even though these medicines are effective in correcting cholesterol problems, they may carry risks. Many prescription drugs can cause unwanted side effects to occur. Some common side effects include headaches, constipation, diarrhea, gas, upset stomach and stomach pain, rash, and muscle / joint pain. Some serious side effects can occur as well. Serious muscle problems may develop which may lead to kidney problems and even kidney failure. Liver problems may develop as well.

Because of these side effects, many people are choosing an all natural approach to aid their cholesterol problems. Advanced CholesCare was the culmination of a lengthy research and devel­opment process. After months of research, our experts designed this formula using only the finest and highest potency ingredients. Advanced CholesCare is an all natural, scientifically studied formula that may reduce high cholesterol as well as provide a better overall health. This formula may also help support and maintain healthy cholesterol levels already within a normal range. Advanced CholesCare contains Policosanol (from sugar cane), Niacin (Niacinamide), Gugulipid, Plant Sterol Complex, Cayenne Powder and Garlic Powder. These six elements work together to support and maintain healthy cholesterol levels.




Policosanol is a group of active compounds composed of predominantly five higher primary aliphatic alcohols – tetracosanol, hexacosanol, octacosanol, triacontanol, and dotriacontanol. The aliphatic alcohols found in policosanol have been successfully purified from several sources including sugar cane (Saccharum officinarum L.) wax, beeswax (Apis mellifera), and rice bran wax. The ratio of aliphatic alcohols is similar in all three policosanol sources. Policosanol appears to have potency comparable to statin drugs. One study compared policosanol to a standard dose of simvastatin. Patients who took 5 mg daily of the policosanol for eight weeks had a 21% drop in LDL cholesterol compared to 26% in those who took simvastatin. Considering the evidence, policosanol appears to be one of the most significant nutritional discoveries in years. It is effective, safe, inexpensive and available without a prescription. For these reasons, it has the potential to make a major impact on the ongoing epidemic of cardiovascular disease.


niacinNiacin and niacinamide are vitamins of the Vitamin-B group having equivalent vitamin activity. Both are precursors in the synthesis of the pyridine coenzymes NAD and NADP involved in cell metabolism. Niacin and niacinamide are one of the most stable vitamins, virtually unaffected by light, moisture, acids, alkalis, or oxidizing agents. Niacin and niacinamide are required by all living cells. They are essential components of two coenzymes, niacinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) and niacinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP). More than 40 biochemical reactions dependent on them have been identified. The major function is removal of hydrogen from certain substrates and the transfer of hydrogen to another coenzyme. Reactions in which NAD and NADP are involved include the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. Niacin has been observed to have substantial benefits in lowering high cholesterol levels. It is particularly effective in raising levels of high-density lipoprotein (HDL or “good cholesterol”) levels, but it is less effective at lowering low-density lipoprotein (LDL or “bad cholesterol”) levels than some other cholesterol-lowering drugs. Niacin is currently used as one of the first-line treatments of high cholesterol either alone or in combination with other cholesterol-lowering drugs.



Important new evidence indicates that gugulipid, an extract from the Indian guggul tree, can improve thyroid function. This means that it contributes to controlling weight in people who have hypothyroidism. Scientists are finding that gugulipid lowers bad cholesterol and increases good cholesterol, and helps prevent heart disease. Gugulipid is also used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat obesity, arthritis, and lipid problems.



Sterols and sterolins are also known as phytosterols, or plant sterols, and phytosterolins, or plant sterolins. The easiest way to categorize these molecules is to remember that they are the equivalent of plant cholesterols. They are very similar in structure to human cholesterol but are not produced in humans. Plant sterols are effective at lowering the lipids in the blood. They have been shown to decrease LDL cholesterol. The mechanism of action is believed to be by means of decreased absorption in the gut, and displacement from the bile acids in the GI (Glycemic Index) and carrier molecules in the blood. Many medicinal botanicals are high in plant sterols, including Saw Palmetto, Pumpkin Seed, and Pygeum africanum. In many cases, the active compounds in these herbs that help to achieve the desired effect are the sterols.



Cayenne pepper (also called Capsicum frutescens) is a stimulating herb made from the dried pods of chili peppers and is well known for its pungent taste and smell. Cayenne is a popular spice used in many different regional styles of cooking, but it has also been used medicinally for thousands of years. Cayenne is often referred to as chili, which is the Aztec name for cayenne pepper. The main medicinal properties of cayenne are derived from a chemical called capsaicin. Capsaicin is the ingredient which gives peppers their HEAT. A pepper’s capsaicin content ranges from 0-1.5%. Peppers are measured according to heat units. The degree of heat determines the peppers’ usage and value. Generally, the hotter the pepper, the more capsaicin it contains. In addition to adding heat to the pepper, capsaicin acts to reduce platelet stickiness and to relieve pain. Other constituents of cayenne are vitamin E, vitamin C, and carotenoids. Today cayenne is used worldwide to treat a variety of health conditions including poor circulation, weak digestion, heart disease, chronic pain, sore throats, headaches and toothache. Cayenne is the greatest herbal aid to circulation and can be used on a regular basis.



Garlic has been part of mankind’s culture for more than 5000 years. It is an herb with strong antiviral properties. Garlic promotes the natural killer cells and other immune system components to fight against the common cold, the flu, and other viral infections. It also provides long-term immunity benefits, relieves indigestion, enhances foreign compound detoxification, restores physical strength, and improves over all body circulation. Garlic has been reputed to assist the heart for centuries. Garlic and cholesterol reduction are frequently mentioned together.
Modern medical science suggests that one reason garlic might reduce cholesterol is that garlic is a proven anti-oxidant.This property might help to prevent LDLs from being oxidized. In this way the cholesterol build-up that clogs the arteries could perhaps be reduced by garlic.


Reactions to Advanced CholesCare have been rare and have resolved with the cessation of use. Regular monitoring of the cholesterol levels is advised when taking Advanced CholesCare.


Advanced CholesCare should not be taken by women who are pregnant or may become pregnant. Women who are nursing should also avoid taking Advanced CholesCare. Advanced CholesCare should not be taken by children under the age of 12 years. Those persons taking prescription medication for the treatment of high cholesterol should exercise caution when beginning to take Advanced CholesCare. Advanced CholesCare should not be taken by any person with a known sensitivity to any of the individual ingredients. Consult with your regular healthcare provider when starting Advanced CholesCare in conjunction with prescription medications of any type.


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