New sterol product helps support cholesterol control
Tuesday, 19 June 2018 | Editor
You may be aware of the value of plant sterols. Plant sterols occur naturally in food and are similar in structure to cholesterol, the HDL fat that is abundant in animal sourced fats. But what is not generally known is that the body produces its own cholesterol which is secreted into the digestive system in the form of bile to aid the digestive process.
Plant sterols are useful because they block cholesterol from being re-absorbed from the gut into the bloodstream, and any cholesterol not absorbed is simply excreted. This is why diets high in plant sterols can help to control blood cholesterol levels, and why plant sterols are now added to some specialist margarines. Although plant sterols are naturally present in vegetable oils and grains, modern diets tend to be low in these important nutrients, and so it may be difficult to always achieve optimum levels from diet alone. It is unusual to find a sterol product also containing help for in controlling your digestive system
Here is a new product from leading professional quality supplement brand, Biocare.
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BioPlantarum Plus Sterols
A specialised blend of high potency live bacteria with plant sterols to support healthy cholesterol levels.
This supplement contains High potency guaranteed - 10 billion of the scientifically researched Lactobacillus plantarum, which is acid resistant and stable in storage so you're guaranteed to get what you need and provides your gut with all the friendly bacteria it needs.
It also provides the optimum level of natural plant sterols which contribute to the maintenance of normal cholesterol levels
Pure - free of unnecessary ingredients and allergens, dairy free (which many live bacteria products are not), so vegan-friendly
Trusted - BioCare® has been the choice of professionals for over 30 years - our products are formulated by our team of nutritionists and used successfully by clinicians with their clients
Plant sterols contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels with a daily intake of at least 800mg plant sterols