Doctor's Best, Best Red Yeast Rice, 1200 mg, 60 Tablets68 Reviews
0.3 lbs (0.14 kg)
- Product Code: DRB-00127
- UPC Code: 753950001275
- Package Quantity: 60 Tablets
- Dimensions: 2.3 x 2.3 x 4.2 in, 0.25 lbs (0.11 kg)
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- Science Based Nutrition
- Dietary Supplement
- Made with Organic Red Yeast Rice
- Benefits Adult Men & Women as Part of a Healthy Lifestyle Plan
Best Red Yeast Rice contains rice that has been naturally fermented with red yeast (Monascus purpureus) according to traditional methods. Produced in the U.S.A., this product is similar to red yeast rice that has been used in culinary applications in Asia since at least 800 A.D. It is considered beneficial for adult men and women when taken as part of a lifestyle program that includes regular exercise and a healthy diet.
Adult Use: Take 1 tablet daily, with or without food. Do not take more than 2 tablets in a 24-hour period.
Cellulose, soy grits, stearic acid, croscarmellose sodium, silicon dioxide.
Color variation may occur with this natural product.
Contains nothing other than listed ingredients
Do not use this product if you are pregnant or nursing, have liver disease, or have had major surgery. Discontinue if muscle pain or flu-like symptoms occur. If you are taking prescription medications, consult a physician before taking this product.
|Serving Size: 1 tablet|
|Servings Per Container: 60 servings|
|Amount per serving||% Daily Value|
|Red Yeast Rice||1200 mg||†|
|† Daily Value not established.|
iHerb Customer Reviews
For 3 years I have taken this Red Yeast 1200 mg twice a day plus niacin 1500 mg and fish oil 8000 IU's. My total cholesterol started at 286 and reduced to 183 in six months. I has remained below 200 as long as I keep using these supplements daily. Love iHerb!! Best prices.
Red yeast rice contains lovastatin. Lovastatin belongs to a class of cholesterol-lowering drugs called HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, more commonly called "statins." (Statins reduce CoQ10, so supplemental CoQ10 is often recommended.) The FDA approved lovastatin in August 1987. Drug giant Merck has a lovastatin product by the trade name Mevacor. Mevacor requires a prescription. Red yeast rice, an ancient traditional Chinese medicine since around 800 A.D., does not. Early last decade, the FDA tried to shut down sellers of red yeast rice; I know because I had recently discovered red yeast rice and suddenly all my sources stopped selling it. Fortunately for me and others who do not want to (over)pay prescription prices for lovastatin, the Chinese traditional medicine predated Mevacor by over 1,100 years, and red yeast rice is back. I ordered my first shipment from iHerb in 2003 and have been a very happy customer ever since!