Studies have shown that polyphenols called "theaflavins" in black tea can lower LDL cholesterol
A well-known polyphenol called EGCG (epigallo-catechin-gallate) in green tea is highly researched and provides anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and blood pressure lowering effects, as well as being able to boost metabolism
May be more important than the ability of this formula to lower LDL or bad cholesterol, is its ability to lower triglycerides
Formulated with Sytrinol, a patented extract of citrus and palm fruit plus tocotrienols, was shown in a trial to reduce triglycerides by as much as 34% in four to twelve weeks
Combination of black and green tea extracts, with Sytrinol can help support those dealing with Metabolic Syndrome and its associated clinical manifestations mentioned here, i.e. elevated LDL cholesterol, increased blood pressure and inflammation, and high triglycerides
With rates of metabolic syndrome and type II diabetes becoming epidemic, despite the best of intentions regarding healthy diet and exercise, extra help can be welcome. Metabolic Syndrome is high triglycerides, and elevated...