Is Choles-T Right For Me?
Choles-T is our formula that has been thoughtfully curated with clinically-tested ingredients to help you achieve lifelong optimal health. Learn about the high-quality ingredients we select and how they work together to address cholesterol support.
Cholesterol. It’s a good thing. It’s how your body creates hormones, Vitamin D, and other substances that help you digest food. But, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. And that’s what happens when we take in too much cholesterol through the foods we eat. It can get built up and interfere with the heart’s function.
That’s why we created Choles-T to help your body maintain normal cholesterol levels without the side effects of pharmaceuticals. We use natural ingredients that help support healthy liver and cardiovascular functions.
We use plants and antioxidants like Red Yeast Rice, CoQ10, Guggul, and Phytosterols that work together to give the body the support it needs to help maintain cholesterol levels.
Try LifeSeasons Choles-T and help your body do the right thing.
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Cholesstrinol HP™ is a proprietary formulation of polymethoxylated flavones (PMFs) and tocotrienols, both antioxidants, made by SourceOne Global Partners to promote cardiovascular health.
CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10) is a vitamin-like antioxidant that is produced naturally in the body. It is found in every cell, especially in the heart and liver, and cells use it to produce energy for growth and maintenance.
Guggul is a shrub most commonly found in India, where its gummy resin is used in Ayurvedic medicine to help manage cholesterol levels.
Phytosterols are phytosteroids similar to cholesterol, which occur naturally in plants. More than 200 sterols and related compounds have been identified, and they have been shown to help manage LDL cholesterol levels.
Red Yeast Rice
Red Yeast Rice is a bright, reddish purple, fermented rice that is cultivated with a specific type of mold, which is where it gets its color. It has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries, as far back as the Tang Dynasty in 800 AD, to aid in digestion. revitalize the blood, and invigorate the body.