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Kardea Enhances Medical Nutrition System for Cholesterol Lowering
Date:5/4/2009

at least 10 grams per day of certain types of soluble fiber and 2 grams per day of plant sterols. A diet restricting cholesterol, saturated fats and trans fats coupled with these nutriients can lower cholesterol by 30% or more.

Only a limited amount of the cholesterol in the human body comes from food. Most is produced in the human liver.    Nutritional therapy alters the way our bodies produce and process cholesterol.

"Cholesterol lowering achieved through nutrition offers each of us the opportunity to promote our own heart health and wellness. For those with borderline high cholesterol, an integrated nutritional approach offers an alternative to prescription medications such as statins. For those who might require these medications, this approach may offer an opportunity to minimize dosage levels," states Rob Leighton, Kardea's founder.

The science underlying Kardea's products has been extensively reviewed by numerous organizations including the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology and the National Institutes of Health. "The science is strong, but consuming therapeutic levels of key nutrients each and every day can be difficult. I know. I work at it each day. With delicious fortified foods, Kardea better enables the appropriate daily intake," says Leighton.

About Kardea Nutrition:
Kardea Nutrition is a natural life science company that enables the therapeutic nutrition recommendations of the National Cholesterol Education Program of the National Institutes of Health.

Kardea celebrates living life well by creating and marketing delicious natural foods, quality supplements and educational materials that allow each of us to better manage cholesterol levels and improve our overall cardiovascular health.
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