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Quanterol (High quality phytosteros)

Wat is Quanterol?

Quanterol is the super pure phytosterols which can lower cholesterols and reduce the risk of strokes and heart attacks. The purity of phytosterols  is  crucial for the efficacy since the inhibition of cholesterol absorption requires certain concentration of phytosterols. Quanterol phytosterols were extracted from  soybean oil and reached the highest purity of the phytosterols, therefore, Quanterol showed significant benefits  and no unclear side effects reported. Quanterol was manufactured compliance with cGMP regulations to insure the efficacy, safety and quality.

Quanterol (High Quality Phytosterols)

Health Canada approved (NPN80024815)




What is Chelesterol?

Cholesterol is a fatty substance that is present in blood. Cholesterol aids in digestion and acts as a precursor for Vitamin D and certain hormones. Excess cholesterol is absorbed into the arterial walls, in the heart and elsewhere in the body, causing the buildup of layers of plaque that can ultimately lead to blockages. Heart attacks, strokes, and other serious problems often result.

Cholesterols are classified tow types: Low-density cholesterol (LDL-cholesterol) and High-density cholesterol (HDL-cholesterol).

LDL-cholesterol is considered "bad" since it causes plaque to build up in the arteries. The more LDL in your blood, the greater your risk for plaque buildup, which can eventually block the arteries. Epidemiological investigations and clinical studies have established that an elevated serum LDL-cholesterol is a major contributing factor of coronary heart disease. levels of the LDL cholesterol should be low (Low should be low).

HDL-cholesterol is often termed the "good" cholesterol. It acts like a scavenger in the body, gathering plaque and carrying it to the liver to be eliminated. Its role in preventing plaque deposits creates its reputation as a protector of your heart. Levels of HDL cholesterol should be high (High should be High ).

Other factor which may increase the HDL cholesterol is Triglycerides. Triglycerides are the form in which fat is stored in the body for use as energy. High levels of triglycerides in the blood indicate a risk for heart disease. Excessive triglycerides often accumulate around major organs, including the heart, kidneys and liver. In addition to the impact on the body's vascular system, accumulated triglyceride deposits can impair the function of the liver. This is often referred to as "fatty liver syndrome". Maintenance of the liver, the body's waste purification system, is essential for normal cholesterol processing.



What is Phytosterols?

Phytosterols, also known as plant sterols, are a naturally occurring class of compounds found in the cells and membranes of plants. These plant cholesterol-like compounds are present at low levels in grains, fruits and vegetables. Phytosterols have a similar molecular structure to dietary and endogenously secreted cholesterol. The most abundant phytosterols (sitosterol, campesterol, and stigmasterol) differ from cholesterol only in the identity of one side chain or the presence of an extra double bond.

A large body of scientific research dating back to the 1950s has documented the ability of phytosterols to block the absorption of cholesterol and reduce blood cholesterol levels.

The mechanism behind phytosterols and the lowering of cholesterol occurs as follows: Cholesterol is absorbed in the upper third of the intestine. Phytosterols block the absorption of dietary cholesterol into the bloodstream and inhibit the re-absorption of cholesterol from bile acids in the digestive process, thus reducing the amount of cholesterol entering the bloodstream. The absorption rate of phytosterols is approximately 1/10th that of cholesterol, meaning that the pathways in the intestine are occupied by phytosterols for an extended period of time, which makes the blocking process even more effective.

Most people consume 0.2 - 0.3 grams of phytosterols each day as part of a normal healthy diet. A large and growing number of clinical trials have shown that an additional one to two grams of phytosterols in the diet can reduce blood cholesterol levels significantly. An important study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 1999 showed the relative decrease in LDL cholesterol when hypercholesterolemic subjects on a low-fat diet consumed 1.8 grams of phytosterol per day. The combined effects of the phytosterol and the polyunsaturated fatty acids resulted in 24% lowering in LDL over the 4 weeks of the study, compared to 9% LDL lowering effect in the control group.

For the millions of people all over the world looking to lead a healthy lifestyle, plant sterols offer a natural, safe and effective way to reduce cholesterol levels.



Quanterol phytosterols was manufactured by A Canadian company Quantarget Pharmaceuticals Ltd




Phytosterols (Sitosterol)



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