The functioning of all organs and systems, and hence the whole life of our body, depends on the well-being of the vessels. Vessels can be called a real highway for nutrients, which are sent each with its own purpose. When this “highway” is clogged with cholesterol plaques, the nutrition of organs and tissues slows down. And we may not even notice it. And lately, the vessels have become especially acutely endangered … How to keep the vessels clean and prevent cholesterol from clogging them? We talk about a new way to maintain normal cholesterol levels.

The truth about cholesterol

Cholesterol is a very controversial topic. On the one hand, it causes a huge number of problems, and on the other hand, it is vital for the body. The thing is that cholesterol is divided into 2 types: LDL and HDL. Usually LDL (low density) cholesterol is called “bad” and HDL (high density) cholesterol is called “good”. Therefore, it is necessary to preserve high-density cholesterol and prevent the accumulation of low-density cholesterol (LDL), which, in fact, forms cholesterol plaques.

Intestine and cholesterol – what is the connection?

You will be surprised, but the main percentage of excess cholesterol does not come from food, but it is synthesized by the liver to form bile acids, which are an integral part of normal digestion. Normally, the main percentage of used acids should be excreted from the body, and the liver, using new cholesterol reserves, also synthesizes new acids. But due to an unbalanced diet, intestinal bacteria are not able to remove only about 5%, and not all, of bile acids from the body. The remaining 95% is absorbed into the bloodstream and sent back to the What does the liver do? Instead of forming new bile acids from cholesterol, she uses those that have returned to her. Accordingly, excess unused cholesterol from the liver is released into the bloodstream and clogs the vessels.

Every day, the liver synthesizes approximately 1000 mg of cholesterol, which is necessary for digestion, cell development, the production of vitamins and hormones.

How do you know when it’s time to check your cholesterol?

  1. Metabolic syndrome – overweight, high blood pressure, increased blood glucose – is always accompanied by elevated cholesterol levelsone.
  2. Constant consumption of fast food and sugary carbonated drinks.
  3. Weak immunity. Viruses use cholesterol to divide and spread. The more bad cholesterol in the vessels, the easier it is for the virus to “capture” the body2.

Cholesterol lowering methods:

  1. weight loss;
  2. transition to a healthy diet;
  3. rejection of bad habits;
  4. physiotherapy;
  5. medical treatment.

The most standard way to deal with excess cholesterol is to take synthetic drugs, the so-called statins. But they can have side effects: headaches and muscle pain, chronic fatigue with insomnia, digestive problems and allergic reactions. However, only a doctor can prescribe statins, so in order to start taking care of cholesterol levels in advance, you should adjust your diet and start taking porbiotics.

Probiotics are the modern way to lower cholesterol

More recently, to combat excess cholesterol, scientists have developed special types (strains) of probiotic organisms from the genus Lactobacillus plantarum. Among over 550 different species, 3 have been identified by clinical studies (CECT7527, CECT7528, CECT7529). It turned out that they have a unique ability to remove bile acids, which are synthesized by the liver from cholesterol.3. Probiotic organisms break down bile salts, preventing their reabsorption and increasing excretion. Through this process, the liver is forced to start working again and use the available cholesterol stores to form new bile acids, which leads to a decrease in the level of total cholesterol and LDL (low density lipoprotein) in the blood plasma.four. In addition, bacteria use fatty acids for their vital activity and thereby reduce the level of lipids in the blood. Also, Lactobacillus plantarum is able to capture cholesterol in the intestines, contributing to its excretion.5.

In addition, probiotic organisms are able to lower triglyceride levels. This happens due to the fact that split bile salts can also be converted into secondary bile acids, which activate receptors in various tissues, increasing energy expenditure, and hence the level of triglycerides.four.

Probiotics and statins

Lactobacillus plantarum has been clinically proven to increase the effectiveness of statins, reduce their dosage and minimize the risk of side effects, and help lower cholesterol in people with statin intolerance3.

Which probiotic to choose?

The only targeted probioticin world to maintain normal cholesterol levels is Multiflora Cholesterol Evalarwhich just contains the special beneficial bacteria Lactobacillus plantarum CECT7527, CECT7528, CECT7529.

Multiflora Cholesterol Evalar is a specially designed probiotic to lower total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (“bad” cholesterol), as well as to enhance the effect of statins in order to reduce their dosage.

Benefits of Multiflora Cholesterol Evalar

Proven Effectiveness3 – a number of clinical studies of the active substance have been carried out

Quality – Produced jointly with the Spanish company AB-Biotics under the control of the Japanese company Kaneka5which follows the principles:

  • the latest developments and experience in the production of targeted probiotics
  • green production
  • international clinical trialsfour
  • kaizen philosophy, which implies continuous improvement of the product and its production technologies

Ease of use – just 1 capsule per day

You can buy a quality certified drug “Multiflora Cholesterol” in the pharmacies of your city, and you can also order it at APTEKA.RU with delivery to the nearest pharmacy or on the official marketplace Evalar FITOMARKET.RU

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Keep your cholesterol levels in check. Take Multiflora Cholesterol from Evalar and be healthy!

one Increased cholesterol levels. Electronic resource [URL:].

2 Lusis AJ Atherosclerosis // Nature. – 2000. – Vol. 407.—P. 233–241.

3 Espadaler, J. Demographic and Clinical Characteristics influencing the effects of a cholesterol-lowering probiotic. Ann Nutr Metab 74, 1–31 (2019).

four Bosch, M. et al. Lactobacillus plantarum CECT 7527, 7528 and 7529: Probiotic candidates to reduce cholesterol levels. J.Sci. Food Agric. 94, 803–809 (2014).

5 Ichim, TE, Patel, AN & Shafer, KA Experimental support for the effects of a probiotic/digestive enzyme supplement on serum cholesterol concentrations and the intestinal microbiome. J. Transl. Med. 14, (2016).


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