RYR Synergy capsules for lipid management with CoQ10
It is a natural alternative for lipid management with CoQ10. Natural Alternative for Lipid Management with CoQ10.
- May support natural favorable modulation of blood lipids favorably and naturally
- May support reduction of microbes known to play a role in cardiovascular disease
- May support protection of the arterial lining helping to prevent atherosclerotic lesions
- May support reduction of inflammation and oxidative stress, both known to be associated with heart disease
- May support favorable alteration of CRP, blood glucose, HDL and triacylglycerol (triglycerides)
- USDA certified organic red yeast rice with added coenzyme Q10
- Manufactured in a GMP Certified Facility
The CoQ10 in RYR Synergy is the same as that found in Designs For Health Q-Avail Nano Powder which uses the patented VESIsorb delivery system that has been shown to significantly increase absorption and bioavailability.
Consider RYR Synergy for patients with dyslipidemia and for those with familial over-production of cholesterol via the liver. This product reduces cholesterol synthesis by suppressing the HMG-CoA reductase enzyme, although more subtly than statin medications. Because CoQ10 is synthesized in the body via this same pathway, those taking red yeast rice long term should consider taking RYR with coenzyme Q10 added.What is RYR?
Red yeast rice, also known as RYR, has been utilized for centuries in the traditional herb and medicine fields of the Chinese culture. Its many purposes include body rejuvenation, digestion assistance, and blood regeneration. In its medicinal form, RYR is not rice but active ingredients found in the substance extracted from rice that has been fermented with a certain kind of yeast called Monascus purpureus.
RYR also contains several ingredients that may be a proponent for healthy cholesterol levels, which includes monacolins, substances that have been shown by clinical studies to modulate blood lipids.
One study showed that taking 2.4 grams daily of RYR lowered LDL or �bad: cholesterol levels by 22% and total cholesterol by 16% in 12 weeks. Another study revealed that 1.2 grams daily reduced LDL levels by 26% in eight weeks.
Research concludes that most of our endogenous cholesterol is produced while sleeping, therefore, it is recommended to take at bedtime rather than early in the day. Start with 2 capsules at night and increase to 4 per day as needed.RYR Synergy and Lipid Management
While lipid levels alone make only a relatively small difference to the risk of early coronary heart disease (CHD), when combined with other risk factors they make an important difference. There is strong evidence that lipid-modifying treatment reduces CHD progression, morbidity and mortality for people who are at high risk of CHD events.
Diabetes is considered a CHD equivalent. Therefore, lipid targets for individuals with diabetes are the same as those for individuals with established CHD.
When combined with diet and lifestyle changes, red yeast rice supplements can lower or bad cholesterol (LDL) levels by more than 20% without a substantial risk of muscle pain (also known as myalgia), according to a study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine.RYR Synergy and CoQ10
CoQ10 is found in the membranes of many organelles. Since its primary function in cells is in generating energy, the highest concentration is found on the inner membrane of the mitochondrion. CoQ10 functions in every cell of the body to synthesize energy and no other molecule can perform its function.
RYR Synergy also lowers cholesterol synthesis by suppressing the HMG-CoA reductase enzyme. Because CoQ10 is synthesized in the body through this same pathway, those taking red yeast rice long term should consider taking RYR with coenzyme Q10 added.Potential Risks
Red yeast rice may not be safe for everyone, since it also shares some of the same risks as statins, the class of drugs containing lovastain. Experts say that the risks of lovastatin would logically apply to red yeast rice. It. You should not take it if you:
In addition, anyone taking one of the following medicines should not use red yeast rice:
- Have kidney disease
- Have liver disease
- Are pregnant
- Are breastfeeding
- Statins to control cholesterol such as Crestor, Lescol, Lipitor, Pravachol, and Zocor
- Other cholesterol drugs such as Lopid and Tricor
- Drugs to suppress the immune system, like cyclosporine
- Antifungal drugs such as Diflucan, Nizoral, and Sporanox
- The antibiotics erythromycin and Biaxin
- Serzone, an antidepressant
- Protease inhibitors, used to treat HIV
People who have allergies to fungus or yeast should also be wary of using red yeast rice. Red yeast rice may also interact with other drugs for blood pressure and thyroid problems and interact with other herbs and supplements you may be taking.
In regards to their RYR Synergy product, Designs for Health takes great care to inspect, test, and examine their red yeast rice to assure that there are undetectable levels of citrinin (< 1 ppm), as well as substantial levels of naturally-occurring monacolin compounds, especially monacolin K.