World Heart Day: main cholesterol risk factors and how to reduce and prevent it from Arkosterol®

 

 

 


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Cardiovascular disease is the first cause of death and hospitalization in Spain

Their incidence decreases if they are controlled associated risk factors: smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, sedentarism and high cholesterol The Arkosterol supplement® Plus with black garlic and coriandro helps maintain normal cholesterol levels and maintain cardiovascular health.

Cardiovascular disease remains the first cause of death and hospitalization in Spain, with 230.5 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants (data 2020, according to the Spanish Society of Cardiology). Of these deaths, more than half (53.7 %) are women.

 

Between major cardiovascular risk factors (hypertension, smoking, diabetes mellitus and adiposity), according to ESC 2021 Guide to Preventing Cardiovascular Disease in Clinical Practice, there is evidence at the present time, through more than 200 studies (which follow about 20 million people each year) that it is cholesterol linked to low-density lipoproteins (LDL or cLDL cholesterol, according to the English acronyms corresponding to low density lipoprotein) the causal element of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.

Menopause and cholesterol
In the case of women, these global risks to cardiovascular disease, common to both sexes, are added menopause. When the decrease of estrogen comes (the female sex hormones), metabolism is alter, modify andl blood metabolites profile able to raise the levels cholesterol “bad” as well as contributing to a weight gain, increased risk of diabetes and a heart attack.

Different medications and Food supplements they can help reduce these levels and, beyond this possibility, the recommendation of cardiologists is that the adoption of a healthy lifestyle:

Abandoning tobacco, keeping blood pressure and glucose stable, in addition to a healthy weight and certain cardiohealthy physical activity, are added to the necessary and fundamental change: Keeping a low blood concentration of LDL cholesterol (cLDL) and not extremely low HDL.

Talking about cholesterol
Cholesterol is a lipid or fat essential for the formation of sexual hormones, adrenal cortical hormones, bile acids and vitamin D. It is a basic component of biological membranes.

Its origin is double: three quarters produce the liver (endogenous cholesterol) and the rest comes from food, in particular from those of animal origin (exogenous road). In other words, foods rich in saturated fats, i.e. fat meats, butter, fatty dairy products and trans fats (hydrogenated margarins, desserts, cakes) raise the level of cholesterol called “bad”, the LDL.

The LDL (low-density lipoproteins, known as “bad” cholesterol) transports cholesterol from the liver to the different tissues where it is stored or used by the cells that need it. This cholesterol tends to deposit on the walls of the arteries, where real fat plates called ateromas can gradually be formed.

 

The HDL (high-density lipoproteins, known as “good” cholesterol) captures excess cholesterol free from the surface of cells and returns it to the liver where it is used for the synthesis of bile. This cholesterol tends to clean the arteries of all lipid deposits thus reducing the risk of developing the ateromatous plaque. ¿QUÉ SARTÉN COMPRAR? Comparativa, precios y análisis de LAS MEJORES SARTENES

How to control high cholesterol levels “bad”
Before talking about how to reduce LDL, you should know that can be involved in maintaining good cholesterol levels called “good”. Realize aerobic physical activity 30 minutes a day, preferably outdoors, is usually the most widely defended strategy by cardiologists.

If you talk about lowering the “bad” cholesterol levels, in addition to reducing drugs, there are Hygienic-diethetic measures that can be followed: quit smoking, maintain a healthy diet, lose weight, exercise and take adapted food supplements.

Those who suffer from high cholesterol may resort to a dietary supplement with 100% vegetable ingredients as Arkosterol® Plus, now with formula renewed and easier to take (one capsule at night).

Arkosterol®Plus

Your action is at two levels:

1. Modify cholesterol thanks to two ingredients
Policosanol (20 mg) inhibits the same enzyme, preventing the formation of cholesterol, and also has antiplatelet activity.
Coenzima Q10 (15 mg) supplements your lack and also prevents side effects of muscle type.

2. Provides cardiovascular protection thanks to two ingredients
Black garlic (250 mg) reduces lipids in blood and improves high blood pressure, as well as being antioxidant.
Coriandro (50 mg) contains sterols that inhibit the absorption of exogenous cholesterol, is hypotensive, antioxidant and antidiabetic.

Practical data
The effect of this dietary supplement can be enhanced in a healthy way, with a proper diet. It is contraindicated in pregnancy, breastfeeding and over 70 years of age. It cannot be used in people who take anticoagulants and is not recommended in case of kidney, liver, muscle or hypothyroidism problems. It should not be used with other simultaneous cholesterol treatments.

PVP: 25€ (30 capsules) - link to purchase

ARKOSTEROL® KRILL

Prevention

It is the right solution for those looking for an extra source of Omega 3 and caring for the heart. This is a dietary supplement based on 100% pure Krill of natural origin. For its preparation, the Euphasia superba spice is used, Krill oil is a natural source of Omega 3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA). Krill Omega 3 fatty acids are presented in the form of phospholipids so it does not produce reflux.

PVP: 13€ (15 capsules) - link to purchase

The Spanish Agency for Food Safety and Nutrition (AESAN) recommends that food supplements be purchased in pharmacies and authorized distribution channels.

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World Heart Day: main cholesterol risk factors and how to reduce and prevent it from Arkosterol®

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World Heart Day: main cholesterol risk factors and how to reduce and prevent it from Arkosterol®
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