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old message Sytrinol Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message What will Sytrinol do for me? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message How does Sytrinol work? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message Is Sytrinol safe? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message How often should I take Sytrinol? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message Do I have to diet and exercise? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message What sets Sytrinol apart? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message Are there negative interactions with medicine? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message Who can benefit from Sytrinol? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message Are Sytrinol and Plant Sterols a good Combination? Darrell Miller 02/27/07
old message What delivery system is most effective? Darrell Miller 02/27/07


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Date: February 27, 2007 09:19 AM
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Subject: Sytrinol

Sytrinol is a patented proprietary formula based on twelve years of research that include 250 scientific in vitro, in vivo and clinical studies. Derived from natural citrus and palm fruit extracts, Sytrinol targets different mechanisms and bio-pathways to produce synergistic results for the promotion of healthy total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglyceride levels. Additionally, Sytrinol is a powerful antioxidant with numerous heart health benefits that help control anti-inflammatory responses.








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Date: February 27, 2007 09:21 AM
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Subject: What will Sytrinol do for me?

Clinical results have demonstrated that Sytrinol can improve total cholesterol levels up to 30%, LDL cholesterol levels up to 27%, and triglyceride levels up to 34% within four to twelve weeks. Additionally, clinicals have demonstrated Sytrinol can have a positive impact on apoprotein B and apoprotein AI levels as well as playing a significant role as an anti-inflammatory. Sytrinol can do all this without the negative side effects associated with pharmaceutical drugs. The tocotrienols in Sytrinol have been shown to reduce arterial plaque build-up.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:21 AM
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Subject: How does Sytrinol work?

Unlike dietary supplements that attempt to block the absorption of cholesterol from the foods we consume, Sytrinol works to balance cholesterol production in the liver naturally. The Sytrinol formula has three different and complementary mechanism of action in the body that deliver heart health benefits without the depletion of CoQ10 common with statin drugs.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:22 AM
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Subject: Is Sytrinol safe?

Sytrinol was developed after 12 years of extensive research on the cardiovascular effects of polymethoxylated flavonoids and tocotrienols. The safety on Sytrinol has been demonstrated in vitro, in vivo, and multiple clinical studies. The clinical studies demonstrated that consuming 300 mg of Sytrinol per day is safe with no adverse effects reported. Animal toxicity studies resulted in a maximum tolerated dose for Sytrinol of 14 grams per day; this translates to greater than 14 grams per day for a 150 pound individual.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:22 AM
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Subject: How often should I take Sytrinol?

Sytrinol is one of the easiest ways to promote healthy cholesterol levels. Simply take two 150 mg servings per day, with or without meals. Since Sytrinol works in the liver, it does not need to be taken prior to, immediately following, or directly with meals and it will not upset your stomach like other products.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:23 AM
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Subject: Do I have to diet and exercise?

Sytrinol works independent of diet and exercise, but we recommend proper nutrition and exercise as an important component of a total approach to developing good heart health.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:24 AM
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Subject: What sets Sytrinol apart?

While other cholesterol improving supplements fail to consistently deliver on their claims, Sytrinol has repeatedly succeeded in clinical studies. Some products say they are clinically proven, but the ingredient used in the trial is not available to the consumer. Furthermore, too often the effective dose used in the clinical trials is not the same dosage that is found in the supplement at retail. Sytrinol delivers the same ingredient at the same effective dose used in clinical trials.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:25 AM
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Subject: Are there negative interactions with medicine?

No, there are no known negative interactions with any medication. However, you should always consult with your physician prior to altering prescription drug therapy.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:27 AM
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Subject: Who can benefit from Sytrinol?

Sytrinol provides nutritional support for anyone who wants to maintain a healthy heart without the negative side effects that can occur with other supplements and statin drugs.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:28 AM
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Subject: Are Sytrinol and Plant Sterols a good Combination?

Yes, the research on plant sterols for the maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels is quite compelling and provides a sound basis for a Sytrinol and sterol formulation.



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Date: February 27, 2007 09:27 AM
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Subject: What delivery system is most effective?

The original clinical work was done with capsules but tablets and soft gels are also available as dietary supplements.




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