Pharmacology of Nutraceuticals with Lipid Lowering Properties View Full Text


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2019-03-15

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Andrea Poli, Francesco Visioli

ABSTRACT

Lowering total and, in particular, LDL cholesterol reduces cardiovascular risk and clinical events. Cholesterol-lowering strategies are manifold. Better diets and positive lifestyle changes are the foremost approach; the use of functional foods, of food supplements/nutraceuticals, and pharmacological treatment must be considered in patients with increasing lipid abnormalities and or increasing cardiovascular risk. Here, we briefly review the most frequently occurring cholesterol-lowering substances found in functional foods or nutraceuticals, i.e. plant sterols and stanols, monacolin K found in red yeast rice, berberine and beta-glucans. We intentionally use a colloquial style to convey our message, which physicians can forward to their patients. We underscore that these preparations are effective either alone or in combination, but that patients should use them after careful discussion with primary care physicians or specialists. More... »

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113-118

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