AteroLip complex contains only natural plant-based substances, including monacolin K. The choline helps ensure normal lipid and homocysteine metabolism. Niacin and vitamin B12 help ensure normal energy metabolism. The olive leaf extract contains 20% hydroxytyrosol, which is a polyphenol.
Product description in register of Food and Veterinary Service
Choline bitartrate, inulin (fiber), gelatin (capsule shell), fermented red yeast rice (Monascus purpureus) powder (5% monacolin K), standardized dry extract of olive leaves (Olea europea) 150:1 (polyphenol hydroxytyrosol 20%), niacin (nicotinic acid), policosanol (60% octacosanol), magnesium salts of fatty acids (anti-caking agent), iron oxides (capsule shell dye), vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin).
Use type: It is recommended that adults take 1 capsule orally once a day with a meal. recommended course duration 6 months, if necessary, the course can be repeated.
Precautions: hypersensitivity (allergy) to any of the ingredients of the product; not recommended during pregnancy and lactation; do not exceed the recommended daily dose; recommended from the age of 18.
Warnings: Do not use food supplement as a substitute for the complete and balanced diet; do not exceed the recommended daily dose; keep out of the reach and sight of children!
Please store at room temperature up to +25 ˚C, in a dry place, in a tightly closed package.
AteroLip® complex is a functional dietary supplement developed according to the recommendations of leading cardiologists.
The recommended daily dose is 1 capsule.
Frequently asked questions
What is the effect of AteroLip complex?
The choline in the AteroLip complex helps ensure normal lipid and homocysteine metabolism. Vitamin B12 promotes the normal formation of red blood cells and helps ensure the normal metabolism of homocysteine. Niacin and vitamin B12 help ensure a normal energy metabolism.
How to use AteroLip complex?
Take 1 capsule of AteroLip complex once a day.
When is the best time to use AteroLip complex?
Like chemical statins, AteroLip complex should be used in the evening.
Why is it called “AteroLip complex”?
The name AteroLip is derived from the words atherosclerosis and lipid metabolism. Complex has been developed as it contains several valuable active substances, the synergy of which improves cardiovascular health.
Atherosclerosis (Greek: athērē — ‘porridge’ + sclerosis) is one of the most common chronic vascular diseases. It results in the deposition of fat-like substances, mainly cholesterol, on the vascular walls. Over time, atherosclerosis leads to vascular deformation and narrowing until complete closure. It causes very dangerous diseases, such as thrombosis, myocardial infarction, stroke.
Lipid metabolism – Lipids (Greek: lipos – fat) are a very diverse group of bioorganic substances. Lipids are water-insoluble or poorly soluble compounds that are highly soluble in non-polar organic solvents. The best known lipids are fats and sometimes these words are being used as synonyms.
What active substances does AteroLip complex contain?
Monacolin K is derived from red yeast rice, policosanol is derived from sugar cane, hydrocytyrosol, which is polyphenol, is derived from olive leaf extract, as well as valuable choline, niacin or vitamin B3 and vitamin B12.
What is Monacoline K?
Monacoline K is an active substance found in red yeast rice, which is chemically equivalent to the chemical lovastatin, an HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor that reduces hepatic cholesterol synthesis.
What is Polyphenol?
Polyphenols are microelements naturally occurring in plants. Polyphenols are powerful antioxidants and protect the body’s tissues against oxidative stress and related pathologies such as coronary heart disease and inflammation of the blood vessels.
Should AteroLip complex be used for a long time?
It is recommended to take AteroLip complex under doctor supervision to monitor changes in cholesterol.
Does food affect the absorption of AteroLip complex?
Food does not affect the absorption of AteroLip complex, but we recommend to take AteroLip complex with a glass of water after a meal to avoid gastrointestinal irritation.
What are the normal cholesterol levels?
According to the European Association of Cardiology, the lipid fractions should be as follows:
· Total cholesterol < 5mmol/l
· LDL or ‘bad’ cholesterol <3 mmol/l
· Triglycerides <2 mmol/l
· HDL or ‘good’ cholesterol > 1.0 mmol/l
However, remember that these figures may differ for different target groups.
What are the consequences of high cholesterol?
Elevated cholesterol can contribute to the development of hypertension, thrombosis, myocardial infarction, stroke and other serious illnesses.
How to store AteroLip complex correctly?
AteroLip complex is recommended to be stored at room temperature up to + +25°C in a dry place in a tightly closed container.
Can the dose of AteroLip complex be increased?
We recommend that you consult the doctor before increasing the dose of AteroLip complex.
Can AteroLip complex be used with chemical statins?
Ask the doctor or pharmacist for advice before combining AteroLip complex with chemical statins.