CLINICAL RESULTS:Dr. Joe Vinson, Ph.D. at the University of Scranton,decreased cholesterol,glucose

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    Scranton,decreased cholesterol,glucose

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    CLINICAL RESULTS: Joe Vinson, Ph.D. at the University of Scranton(HEART

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    In a recent clinical trial conducted by Dr. Joe Vinson at the
    University of Scranton, Relìv CardioSentials significantly decreased
    total cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides in a sub-set

    of test subjects with high cholesterol. In addition, Relìv
    CardioSentials increased HDL (good) cholesterol and reduced blood
    glucose levels.


    for all the information:
    http://www.reliv.com/docs/nutritionals/CardioSentialsBrochure.pdf


    Relìv CardioSentials Takes Aim Relìv recognizes that simply lowering
    cholesterol isn't enough. Total heart health The Relìv Clinical
    Trial:


    ******************************RESULTS**************************************­*****************

    Joe Vinson, Ph.D. and Professor of Chemistry at the University of
    Scranton, conducted a 16-week randomized double-blind,
    placebo-controlled crossover study (the "gold standard" in clinical
    trials) to determine the safety and effectiveness of Relìv
    CardioSentials in reducing key risk factors for cardiovascular disease.



    The study tested two groups - individuals taking statin medications
    and individuals who were not on statins. Both groups experienced
    significant antioxidant benefits from Relìv CardioSentials that
    supports heart health by defending against lipid oxidation. In
    addition:


    Non-Statin Group - Taken once daily, Relìv CardioSentials
    significantly reduced total cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol and
    glucose, and raised HDL (good) cholesterol and lowered triglycerides.
    It significantly decreased the overall risk factor for heart disease.


    Statin Group - Relìv CardioSentials caused no adverse interaction
    with statin medication, and members of the group saw improvements in
    their average risk factor due to a significant decrease in LDL (bad
    cholesterol). These subjects also experienced a glucose decrease.


    Risk Reduction - According to the clinical results, Relìv's total
    heart health formula was also shown to reduce the 10-year risk for
    developing cardiovscular disease, based on the risk assessment tool
    developed by the "National cholesterol education program"


    recent clinical trial conducted by Dr. Joe Vinson at the University of

    Scranton, Relìv CardioSentials significantly decreased total
    cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides in a sub-set of
    test subjects with high cholesterol. In addition, Relìv CardioSentials

    increased HDL (good) cholesterol and reduced blood glucose levels.


    also shown to reduce the 10-year risk for developing cardiovascular
    disease, on the Risk Assessment tool developed by the "National
    Cholesterol Education Program." The effects of the product on heart
    disease were all beneficial to the subjects. These include lipids,
    lipid oxidation and glucose. In other words, the product improves total

    heart health in people who have high cholesterol, even those taking
    statins.


    Dr. Joe Vinson Professor of Chemistry, University of Scranton


    FOR MORE INFORMATION : OR TO ORDER send me an e-mail:
    [email protected]
     
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