• Reduces Total Cholesterol Levels
  • Lowers LDL (Bad) Cholesterol
  • Reduces Triglycerides
  • Promotes HDL (Good) Cholesterol
  • An Ideal Antioxidant Formula
  • Promotes Improved Cardiovascular Health
  • Measurable Effects In 30 Days

 Each Capsule Contains:

Mandarin Orange Extract (Citrus nobilis) (peel) (36% Polymethoxylated Flavones)....................................................................................................................270mg

Palm Oil Extract (Elaeis guineensis) (seed oil) (15% Tocotrienols)...............................................................................................................30mg
Non-medicinal Ingredients:
Microcrystalline cellulose, vegetarian capsule (cellulose, purified water), silica, vegetable grade magnesium stearate (lubricant), palm oil, gum arabic, maltodextrin

Dr. Gifford-Jones is formulated by medical doctor Ken Walker, a 90 year old doctor who believes in no-nonsense medical advice. Products such as; Medi-C Plus, Medi-C Plus with Magnesium Ascorbate and Medi-C Plus with Calcium Ascorbate, support immunity, collagen and overall health naturally. Dr. Gifford-Jones believes in quality health supplements to help you live a life of longevity.

It's important to reduce cholesterol and people who are worried about elevated cholesterol can use this product because it's a natural, safe, and effective product. Known by studies to decrease the total blood cholesterol, it also decreases bad cholesterol, decreases the triglycerides and luckily increases the good cholesterol.

Cholesterol Too High? Take Control. Take Sytrinol

The body needs cholesterol to function, but too much of it in the blood or too much of the wrong kind can increase the risk of heart disease. Take control of your cholesterol with Sytrinol, a clinically studied, patented cholesterol-lowering supplement made from the natural phytochemical compounds in citrus peel and palm fruit extracts. One-a-day is all you need. Lowers Cholesterol in 30 Days! Safe and cost-effective. No toxic side effects (unlike statin drugs).

What is Sytrinol?
Sytrinol is a patented Cholesterol-lowering supplement made from the natural phytochemical compounds in citrus peel and palm fruit extracts.

Where does it come from?
It comes from citrus and palm fruit extracts.

How does it work?
It works in a number of ways, one of which is by the decreasing the oxidation of bad cholesterol and also, most importantly, by making the platelets in the body slippery. Platelets are a small part in the blood important for the blood coagulation process. So, if they are sticking together, you're more likely to get a blood clot. By oiling the blood it’s less likely to have platelets stick together.

Who should take it?
Those who are worried about the elevated blood cholesterol and who do not want to subject themselves to the potential complications of cholesterol lowering drugs. Such conditions are numerous and they include kidney problems, emotional problems, possibilities of cataracts and more importantly, these days, the possibility of type 2 diabetes.

How much should be taken each day?
300 milligrams. It can be taken with or without meals.

Why take it?
Because there are no side effects compared to cholesterol lowering drugs.

High Cholesterol 
Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in North America. High cholesterol contributes to heart disease when the fatty molecules build up on the inside of arteries. This leads to a decrease in the flexibility and elasticity of the walls. As the artery becomes narrower, decreased circulation leads to high blood pressure because the body struggles to maintain enough blood flow to its tissues. Pieces of the cholesterol plaque can break off or the turbulent flow of blood can cause clots to form. If the pieces or clots lodge in smaller vessels this leads to heart attack or stroke.

Lifestyle factors such as smoking, obesity, improper diet, stress and lack of exercise contribute to your risk of developing high cholesterol and heart disease. It is encouraging to note that adopting a healthier lifestyle and using natural therapies can maintain a healthy vascular system.

Cholesterol is not all bad; it is the amount and the ratio of the various forms of cholesterol that are a health concern. LDL (low density lipoprotein) cholesterol is fat that is being transported from the liver for use by your cells. It is commonly called bad cholesterol. HDL (high density lipoprotein) cholesterol is called good cholesterol because it is fat that is being taken unused cholesterol from your cells back to the liver, where it is broken down. Cholesterol levels are unhealthy if you have lots of circulating LDL, not enough HDL or a combination of the two.

Dietary changes for high cholesterol include maintaining adequate fiber intake and lowering the fat and cholesterol content of your foods. Drink lots of clear fluids and eat raw fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

Include green leafy vegetables, nuts, seeds, vegetable protein like soybeans and unrefined oils like olive, flax and sunflower in your daily diet. Foods to avoid are any margarine, hydrogenated oils, junk foods, fried foods, processed foods, fast foods, white flour products, white sugar products, red meat, egg yolks, ice cream, salt, coffee, colas and other caffeine sources. Eliminate alcohol, tobacco and highly spiced foods.

Use diet, exercise and supplements to maintain a healthy weight. stress reduction techniques such as deep breathing, yoga or biofeedback will help to maintain a healthy stress level.

Cardiovascular Health

The cardiovascular system consists of the heart and approximately 60 thousand miles of blood vessels, called arteries and veins. The heart pumps blood around the body. The vessels nourish cells by transporting nutrients and waste products, through the blood, around the body.

Any interruption in blood supply, for example a heart attack or stroke, causes tissue death so the maintenance of a healthy cardiovascular system is essential.

Most cardiovascular disease occurs due to lifestyle factors such as:
1. Obesity, poor nutrition, and medication usage.
2. Free radical damage due to environmental toxins or smoking.
3. Stress or poor emotional health.
4. Lack of exercise.

Being overweight is detrimental to cardiovascular health for several reasons. Excess weight increases the force of gravity on an individual. The heart must respond by working harder and increasing blood pressure. Excess food intake causes the body to increase the amount of cholesterol in the blood. Cholesterol shuttles fat around the body and is implicated in the formation of plaque in arterial walls.