every 5 years or so, starting age 20.
Cholesterol isn’t all bad. It is essential for normal body functioning, since it is a major cellular component, a co-factor in the synthesis of hormones, vitamin D, and bile acids. It is also central to the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins and insulation of nerves.
However, your body only needs a small amount of it to execute these vital processes. Excess cholesterol may be deposited and accumulated in the arteries, eventually causing blockage, narrowing of arteries in the brain and heart, eventually impeding their oxygen supply.
Healthy Goods offers a wide array of dietary supplements to treat high cholesterol. These include Omega 3 fatty acids, B complex vitamins, vitamin E, allicin and other compounds required for a healthy regulation of cholesterol. These could help your body naturally reduce high cholesterol levels, while at the same time support blood flow and protect your arteries and cell membranes against oxidation of bad cholesterol.