TRI-LOW

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Trilow reduces Triglycerides Many studies have indicated that as the triglyceride level rises, so does heart disease risk, but the link seems to vary depending on what other risk factors are present. The NCEP guidelines...
Benefits
  • Helps manage Atherogenic Index of Plasma
  • Helps manage Triglycerides
  • Helps manage bad cholesterol LDL
  • Helps manage Total Cholesterols
  • Helps manage ApoB-ApoA1 ratio
  • Regulates HMGCOA Activity and maintains COQ10 level

Trilow reduces Triglycerides

Many studies have indicated that as the triglyceride level rises, so does heart disease risk, but the link seems to vary depending on what other risk factors are present. The NCEP guidelines recommend aggressive treatment for elevated triglycerides. Recent studies indicate that an elevated triglyceride level is significantly linked to the degree of heart disease risk. The 2001 guidelines recommend treating even borderline- high triglyceride levels.

Indian Gooseberry Total Extract: Lowers LDL

Coronary heart disease is the leading killer of men and women in Western civilization. There’s no doubt that lowering the amount of LDL cholesterol sliding through your bloodstream can reduce your odds of having a heart attack. Data from dozens of studies indicate that the chance of being stricken with a heart attack drops 20 percent to 30 percent with effective LDL lowering. It Is Low-Density Lipoproteins that Are Associated with CHD


Amla Extract: Maintains good Cholesterol HDL

HDL Cholesterol is protective and reduces the risk of Coronary Heart Disease. Lower the total cholesterol higher the HDL. HDL2 or HDL3? High density lipoproteins are of two types. HDL2 and HDL3. More of HDL2 is required to be present to prevent CHD and to keep the heart healthy.

Trilow reduces Atherogenic Index of Plasma (AIP)

Lowering of this index indicates that TG is reduced and HDL2 is increased. Thus Trilow is “Heart-Diet Supplement” keeping a healthy heart naturally.

Trilow reduces hs-CRP

C - reactive protein (CRP) is a predictor of Cardiac health. Elevated levels of CRP indicates an unhealthy Heart and the possibility of a heart attack.

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There’s no doubt that lowering the amount of LDL cholesterol sliding through your bloodstream can reduce your odds of having a heart attack. Data from dozens of studies indicate that the chance of being stricken with a heart attack drops 20 percent to 30 percent with effective LDL lowering. That alone will not be sufficient. All the parameters described above are equally important for a healthy heart.

Trilow reduces all the above parameters to the optimum level indicated by low AIP by regulating HMG-COA reductase enzyme. Several potent antioxidants such as vitamin C, gallic acid, ellagic acid and complex structured tannins, controls LDL,VLDL, TC ,TG without affecting CoEnzymeQ10

Serving size:

500mg capsules containing Carbohydrate: 60mg; Protein: 31mg; Fat: 35mg; Energy value: 0.68Kcal/capsule.

Ingredients:

Each 500mg capsule contains amla extract: 500 mg

Recommended usage:

One capsule in the morning and one at night, after food.

Net content:

60 vegetarian capsules.

Directions:

Store in a cool and dry place. If pregnant or under medication, consult your health care practitioner before using. Keep out of reach of children.

Characterizing the antioxidant activity of amla (Phyllanthus emblica) extract

S. M. Khopde, K. Indira Priyadarsini, H. Mohan, V. B. Gawandi, J. G. Satav, J. V. Yakhmi, M. M. Banavaliker, M. K. Biyani andJ. P. Mittal

Publication: CURRENT SCIENCE, VOL. 81, NO. 2, 25 JULY 2001 http://www.iisc.ernet.in/currsci/jul252001/185.pdf

The Authors find that ascorbic acid and other polyphenols present in the natural formulation of amla show much superior antioxidant activity compared to their equivalent amounts in pure isolated form.

Amla (Emblica officinalisGaertn.) extract inhibits lipopolysaccharide-inducedprocoagulant and pro-inflammatory factors in cultured vascularendothelial cells.

Theertham Pradyumna Rao,Takayuki Okamoto,Nobuyuki Akita,Tatsuya Hayashi,Naomi Kato-Yasuda and Koji Suzuki

British Journal of Nutrition (2013), 110, 2201–2206

https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/0AA3329674FECC3FD2726A71C4C36C54/S0007114513001669a.pdf/amla-emblica-officinalis-gaertn-extract-inhibits-lipopolysaccharide-induced-procoagulant-and-pro-inflammatory-factors-in-cultured-vascular-endothelial-cells.pdf

This study concludes that several potent antioxidants present in Amla such as vitamin C, gallic acid, ellagic acid and complex structured tannins, which have been recognised for their antioxidant, dyslipidaemic,anti-carcinogenic, cytoprotective, anti-diabetic and antimicrobial properties

1. Is cholesterols necessary for a healthy life?

A myth about cholesterol is that the healthiest cholesterol level you can have is zero. If people didn’t have any cholesterol, they’d die—and so would the human species. Men wouldn’t produce testosterone without it, women wouldn’t produce estrogen, and without those, humans wouldn’t produce the next generation.

2. What are the functions of Cholesterol?

• It helps make the outer coating of cells.(Plasma Membrane)
• It makes up the bile acids that work to digest food in the intestine.
• It allows the body to make Vitamin D and hormones, like estrogen in women and testosterone in men.

3. What is bad about Cholesterol?

What is bad is having too much and carrying it in the LDL particles, which are most prone
to depositing it in the wrong places, such as your artery walls, the blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood to your heart and brain. The accumulation of LDL causes a narrowing and instability in the artery walls, which ultimately can lead to heart attacks and strokes

4. Does our body synthesis Cholesterol?

Most of the cholesterol that travels in your blood is actually made by your liver

5. Does Cholesterols from food elevates cholesterol levels in the body?

Only a minority of it comes from cholesterol in the food you eat. Certain fats in your diet besides cholesterol—particularly saturated fats and trans fats—cause the liver to make unhealthy amounts of cholesterol. Indeed, the saturated fats and trans fats in your diet do more to raise your cholesterol than does the cholesterol in the food you eat.

6. What is CoQ10

This vitamin-like substance is found in every cell in the body but is most prevalent in tissues with high energy demands, such as the muscles of the heart.