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Atromid-S Blocks Production of Bad Fats and Reduces Cholesterol

Atromid-S is used to reduce cholesterol in two ways. First it blocks the production of HMG-CoA reductase which aids the liver in producing cholesterol. Secondly, it can breakdown some of the cholesterol already in the system. It further helps to reduce cholesterol by actually increasing the HDL, High Density Lipoproteins, which is the good cholesterol. That action alone reduces overall cholesterol.

If it sounds too good to be true -- a cholesterol reducing drug that does it all and even reduces other bad blood fats such as tryglcerides -- it probably is? The reason it is too good to be true is that all drugs used to lower cholesterol run the risk of side effects.

Side effects of Atromid-S (generically called Clofibrate) and other fibrates (fibric acid derivatives) range from the inconvenient to the life threatening. Diarrhea and nausea are the most common side effects. More rare, but possible side effects include chest pains or irregular heart beat and increased urination or blood in the urine. Any side effects should immediately be reported to a doctor.

If you were to stop taking Atromid-S to reduce cholesterol, even once cholesterol levels are good, you will most likely have a return of high cholesterol. This means taking Atromid-S will probably be a lifelong process.

If you would rather reduce cholesterol naturally, you can. A diet full of whole grains, fresh, leafy vegetables and other specific vitamins and mineral is essential. Also a low cholesterol and low fat diet is important. This should be coupled with regular exercise. To learn how to set up your own plan to lower cholesterol naturally, get a copy of The 60 Day Prescription Free Cholesterol Cure.

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