ApoB Boost Ingredients
The ApoB SNP is supported by ingredients that help manage ApoB production, help retain healthy cholesterol levels already in the normal range and support a healthy vascular system.
Green Tea Extract (Polyphenols, Catechins)
- A clinical trail reported that supplementation with 500 mg/day tea catechins support healthy LD levels in adults.91
- Green tea catechins have been shown to support a reduction of PON-1 activity.92,93
- A study of healthy Japanese workers reported that consumption of one cup of green tea per day supported healthy cholesterol levels already in the normal range.94
Grape Skin Extract (Polyphenols, Resveratrol)
- Red wine polyphenols have been shown in vitro to help reduce APoB levels.95
Pomegranate Extract (Ellagic acid)
- Research has shown pomegranate juice consumption promotes cardiovascular health in healthy humans and also increased the activity of serum paraoxonase (an HDL-associated esterase that can protect against lipid peroxidation).96
- Animal models have also shown that ellagic acid, a major phytochemical found in pomegranate suppresses oxidation.97,98
Artichoke Extract (Chlorogenic acid, Caffeoylquinic acids)
- Artichoke extract is well-documented to support cholesterol levels in the normal range.99
- Artichoke extract also has been shown to positively modulate endothelial function.100 Positive endothelial function is associated with a healthy heart and vascular system.101
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