Sonic Cholesterol

Sonic Cholesterol

 

 

 




 


New Beginnings Nutritionals
would like to announce a new and unique product called Sonic Cholesterol - a pure and potent nutritional supplement designed to correct cholesterol deficiency. Recent scientific research has shown that a high percentage of individuals with autism have low cholesterol levels. Cholesterol deficiency is also associated with drug addiction, cancer, violent behavior, aggression, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, suicide, strokes, cataracts and increased susceptibility to gastrointestinal infections. Sonic Cholesterol is and ideal supplement solution for children and adults who have both low to low normal cholesterol levels along with a strong dislike for - or allergy to - eggs.

Product Description:

Each capsule contains 250 mg of pure medical grade cholesterol

Each 250 mg dose provides the same amount of cholesterol as one egg

Carefully extracted from raw sheep wool

Tested and shows undetectable levels of heavy metals and other toxic chemicals

Available only to those under the care of a physician

Dosage Recommendations:

For very low cholesterol values (<100 mg/dl or <2.59 mmol/L): 
Dose 4-6 capsules per day in divided doses with meals.

For moderately low cholesterol values (100 to 130 mg/dl or 2.59 to 3.36 mmol/L):
Dose 3-4 capsules per day in divided doses with meals.

For low normal cholesterol values (130 to 160 mg/dl or 3.36 to 4.14 mmol/L):
Dose 2 capsules per day with meals.

Precautions:  Monthly cholesterol testing is strongly recommended for a time to monitor and adjust cholesterol dosing until blood levels are stabilized. Please visit www.gpl4u.com for more information about testing.

Retail Price:     $32.00, 120 capsules

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease

 

This is a “Physician Referred” product
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If you need additional information, please contact us at info@nbnus.com


     
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