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Cholesterol is naturally produced by your body and is essential to its function throughout your everyday life. However, excessively high levels of cholesterol—in particular, LDL cholesterol— are bad and can lead to serious health problems such as clogged arteries, heart disease, and stroke.

LDL stands for Low-Density Lipoproteins. This type of cholesterol is produced by the liver and is instrumental in the creation of cell walls, hormones, and digestive juices. However, when your LDL level is high, it can start to form a plaque-like substance on the walls of your cardiovascular system, blocking the natural flow of blood and leaving you at severe risk for heart attack and stroke. Put simply, LDL is the bad kind of cholesterol.

There are 3 primary ways you can prevent and lower High LDL.

  • Eating a Balanced Diet 
  • Exercise
  • Supplementation by Drinking Asea Redox Cell Signaling Supplement

“If we want to change our cardiovascular health in a profound way, we have to look at it from an all-encompassing point of view—we have to look at its most foundational components.

The entire vascular network of the body is regulated and repaired by REDOX chemical reactions that not only maintain balance, but that are vital to survival itself.Our cardiovascular system (like all systems of the body) works best when we are young, at a normal body weight, staying hydrated, eating well, and exercising. But stress, illness, and an unbalanced lifestyle trigger trouble signals and set the stage for oxidative stress. Uncorrected, this can cause chronic cellular damage. Hypertension, atherosclerosis, heart attack, and stroke are all possible results. ”

“Inflammation—In the presence of illness, injury, or another stimulus, the body produces inflammation. REDOX signaling molecules, the “masters” of cellular messaging, call for an infusion of immune cells as part of the body’s natural healing process. The trouble is, as the body addresses the issue, swelling occurs, “bad” cholester­ol is deposited, and vessels can harden and narrow. Correcting this “sickness”-signaling is the way to restore cardiovascular health.”

Source: theredoxdoc.com

Redox and Reducing LDL

In a study commissioned by Asea, Dr. David C. Nieman, DrPH, of Appalachian State University, conducted a double blind, placebo controlled study looking at the effects of drinking Asea Redox Cell Supplement over a 12 week period had on oxidative stress in the body. His findings showed a significant reduction of oxidative stress and a lowering of the oxidative form of LDL cholesterol supporting ones cardiovascular health.

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