CholestGenix is formulated to take advantage of the favorable action of natural products to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. Previously our best seller for cholesterol management was Cholestar by Apex but they reformulated to remove the red yeast rice that you now have to purchase that separately. BetterGenix gives you excellent herbal support without having to add a second product. CholestGenix is formulated to take advantage of the favorable action of natural products to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels. BetterGenix gives you excellent herbal support with the all-important red yeast rice. CholestGenix contains chromium, policosanols, artichoke, phytosterols, beta sitosterol, campesterol, red yeast rice and other ingredients to support a healthy cardiovascular system, healthy cholesterol, triglycerides, and HDL levels.Recommended use is 3 capsules daily with food or as recommended by your healthcare professional.
- Healthy HDL and LDL support
- Contains Red Yeast Rice
- Herbal cholesterol support
- Climate Controlled Storage
- Order Online without a consultation
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Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 3 capsules daily with food. The daily amount can be divided between AM and PM, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Supplement Facts: Serving Size 3 Capsules. Servings Per Container 30
- Chromium (as Chromium Polynicotinate) 200 mcg
- Red Yeast Rice 600mg
- Policosanols (from Sugar Cane) 20mg
- Phytosterols Complex (from Soy) 500mg
- Yielding: total phytosterols 450 mg
- Beta sitosterol 180 mg
- Campesterol 90 mg
- Stigmasterol 66 mg
- Coenzyme Q10 20 mg *
- Guggul Lipids Powder 200 mg *
- Artichoke (leaf) Extract 100 mg *
*Daily Value not established.
Other ingredients: rice flour, vegetable cellulose, vegetarian leucine.
Color of this product may vary due to color variations of the natural ingredients.
WARNING:If pregnant, nursing or taking any cholesterol-lowering medication, consult your healthcare practitioner before taking this product.
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
from NJ asked:
February 15, 2020
Why does this product show Prop 65?
First I will refer you to an article on our website about Prop 65. The levels that have to be reported as significant are far lower than any other regulatory body in the world. So far the only beneficiaries of Prop 65 has zero to do with human health but everything to do with legal fees ($210 million so far). https://www.ovitaminpro.com/pr65ex.html
That being said, a few items we carry show levels of lead (or other chemicals) to exceed the California reporting requirement. Remember, this reporting requirement doesn't exist for spinach that will probably contain more lead than CholesGenix. Let us know if you have other questions.
on February 18, 2020
from ohio asked:
January 11, 2019
can I take this product if I take bp meds ?
You can take them together but keep an eye on your blood pressure. Red Yeast Rice can help lower blood pressure, so your blood pressure could drop thereby needing less bp medicaton.
on January 14, 2019
Lynda K Wagner
from Casa Grande, Az asked:
December 23, 2018
I have had multiple strokes this year. I can't take stantins. Is this something I could take
CholestGenix can help bring your lipid numbers down in many people. It is certainly worth a try. Some strokes are bleeders and some are clots. Keeping your blood pressure in a healthy range is always helpful. You might do well with Nitric Oxide Support by Pure Encapsulations (a couple of scoops per day). If you are forming clots, you might need more fish oil like Nordic Naturals ProOmega.
One of the problems with statins is the way it affects your CoQ-10. You might be having symptoms from statins because you aren't supplementing with 300 mg per day of CoQ-10. We have been using the Karuna version for many years. (https://www.ovitaminpro.com/kccoq10-100-60.html).
Let us know how else we can help or with what other questions you might have.
on December 25, 2018
from Texas asked:
July 24, 2018
are these vegetarian
Yes they are!
on July 24, 2018