Ortho Molecular Products, Triplichol w/Niacin, 60 Packets (Discontinued Item)
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Formulated with Omega-3 Fish Oils
Triplichol now contains a fish oil rich in DHA for superior cardiovascular benefits.
Triplichol combines plant sterols and heart healthy "Omega-3 fish oil which, when taken together, have been shown to have a synergistic benefit for cardiovascular health.
Along with diet and exercise, nutraceuticals can play an important role in a comprehensive cardiovascular health strategy. Triplichol was developed using the most widely studied natural agents in convenient packets to support optimal cardiovascular health.
Triplichol contains resveratrol, green tea and other flavinoids. Together with plant sterols (sterol esters), omega-3 fatty acids, and niacin, these ingredients make up a comprehensive, natural strategy for cardiovascular health.
"Products containing at least 0.65 g per serving of sterol esters, taken twice daily with meals for a daily total intake of at least 1.3 g, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease."
2 packets per day with a meal or as recommended by your health care professional.
Gelatin, natural mixed tocopherols 90%, vegetable stearine, carnauba wax, silica, natural vegetable capsules, purified marine triglyceride concentrate, vitamin E mixed tocopherols, glycerin, and purified water. This product may contain one or more of the following: calcium silicate, magnesium stearate (vegetable), microcrystalline cellulose, and silicon dioxide.
Formulated to be free of allergens derived from: Gluten, yeast, artificial colors and flavors.
If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your physician before taking this product. As with all dietary supplements, some individuals may not tolerate or may be allergic to the ingredients used. Please read the ingredient panel carefully prior to ingestion. Cease taking this product and consult your physician if you have negative reactions upon ingestion. This product is designed to release Niacin over a 6-8 hour period to minimize flushing (Avoiding hot beverages is recommended). A small percentage of people may still experience harmless flushing while taking this product. Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children. This product has been sealed for your protection. Do not use if outer-seal is missing or damaged or inner packets are torn, punctured or unsealed.
|Serving Size: 2 Packets|
|Servings per Container: 30|
|2 packets contain||Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Calories from Fat||13.14|
|Total Fat||1.46 g||2.24%*|
|Time Release Niacin (Niamax)||1 g||5,000%|
|Sterol Esters||1.3 g||**|
|Green Tea Extract
(Standardized to contain 45% EGCG)
|ActiVin (Grape Seed Extract)||250 mg||**|
(from Polygonum Cuspidatum)
|*% Daily Values are based on 2,000 calorie diet.
**% Daily Value not established
I had tried red rice yeast, niacin, fish oil and reservatrol to get my cholesterol levels down. I really didn't want to have to resort to prescription statins. My family doctor suggested I try Triplichol. It brought my levels within normal range within about 4 months. I've been on it for 2 or more years and continue to have success with it. While it's kind of pricey, when you consider there are 4 different supplements in each packet, it makes it a little easier to step up to it.
I have borderline high cholesterol that cannot be treated by statin drugs. I get that rare but serious side effect of muscle pain and weakness. My osteopath mentioned that her parents had good results from Triplichol, and it is about half the cost of the prescription fish oil that is available, so I tried it. I took the medication for about nine months. Blood work at the end of the nine months showed a slight rise in my cholesterol. Admittedly, it could be my fault. Over the holidays I got a little bingey, gained ten pounds, smoked, and didn't exercise. For these reasons, I believe that the medication may have been as effective as the prescription fish oil, but since being back on the fish oil, exercising, and watching my diet, the peripheral side effects of high cholesterol (night-time numbness in the hands among others) have subsided. I will not be taking the supplement any longer, however, if I get things under control I may return to it in the future.