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Grapefruit Pectin: "Liquid Plumber for your arteries"

Discussion in 'Fitness, Health & Nutrition' started by TruthTraveler, Nov 8, 2003.

  1. TruthTraveler

    TruthTraveler Amos 9:6 | Psalm 103

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    [font=Arial, Helvetica, Garamond]Grapefruit Pectin, helps lower blood cholesterol levels by binding with bile and other undesirable substances and flushing them through the body, without affecting the absorption of dietary calcium.
    • Lowers blood cholesterol
    • Helps reduce appetite
    • Helps weight control
    • Helps maintain bowel regularity
    • Drop in cholesterol levels is associated with a decreased risk of heart disease
    • Does not deprive the body of dietary Calcium
    • Helps open up clogged arteries by reducing the plaque
    • Grapefruit was one of the main constituents of the highly successful ‘Beverley Hills DietÂ’
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  2. King Element

    King Element New Member

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    Excellent stuff. I use it heavily as my line of work exposes me to sick people quite frequently. It does everything you mentioned and more.

    One caution: anyone taking prescription medicine should be sure that there is no documented interaction problems as the CYP3A enzyme inhibitors present in grapefruit products can potentiate the drug dynamics such as half life in the body. This is information you can find online by going to a search engine and typing in "grapefruit"+"drug interactions" and making sure any drugs you are taking are not on the list.