Definitions

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  • n. An extract of resinous sap of guggul, whose active ingredient is guggulsterone.

Etymologies

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Blend of guggul and lipid?

Examples

  • Known as guggulipid, this natural plant extract has become a popular lipid-lowering agent in the United States.

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  • Even better, guggulipid can boost the levels of good HDL cholesterol ,which protects against heart disease, while cutting the amount of bad LDL cholesterol, which promotes heart disease.

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  • One of the active ingredients in guggulipid is guggulsterone, a steroidlike compound, which is also sold separately.

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  • I take a combination tablet of red yeast rice extract, guggulipid, and inositol hexanicotinate twice daily to keep my cholesterol in check.

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  • Take one 5OO mg. standardized guggulipid capsule with meals standardized to 25 mg. guggulsterone up to three times a day.

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  • Several clinical studies show that guggulipid can significantly cut total cholesterol about 25 percent over a threemonth period, as well as reduce high levels of triglycerides.

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  • I take a combination of red yeast rice extract, guggulipid, inositol hexanicotinate, B8, folate, and soy isolates twice daily to normalize my cholesterol.

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