RyChol optimises cholesterol and triglyceride levels. RyChol’s unique blend of plant-derived ingredient contained within this extra-strength, extended release formulation helps to stabilise blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels by targeting multiple biological pathways simultaneously.
When cholesterol levels are elevated above 4.9mmol/l, research has demonstrated that the early identification and proactive management of cardiac risk factors such as elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels may decrease the risk of heart attack and stroke. Since raised cholesterol tends to be a chronic problem, the continued use of RyChol is recommended.
Take 2 RyChol tablets two times a day, with meals
Above 4.9mmol/l: Take 2 RyChol extra-strength with a full glass of water with the first meal of the day
Above 6mmol/l: Take 2 RyChol extra-strength with a full glass of water twice a day, with meals
The individual ingredients contained within RyChol are generally considered to have a low side effect profile. Mild gastro-intestinal irritation, headache and skin rash may occur.
Yes, trials done on some of the individual ingredients contained within RyChol, such as phytosterols berberine and coenzyme Q10, have indicated favourable results when used in conjunction with the class of statins. RyChol can therefore be used on its own as preventative care, or in combination with statins.
South Africa – At any pharmacy. No prescription is required.
Namibia – At any pharmacy. No prescription is required.
No, many times diet alone is not enough to combat high cholesterol. This is especially the case with clients suffering from a family history of high cholesterol, where the problem is cholesterol production which we do not have control over. We therefore recommend the use of RyChol in combination with dietary adjustments.
Yes, we consider RyChol as ideal for the primary prevention of high cholesterol and heart disease as a low road option where statins drug are not yet indicated.
RyChol can be used even when your cholesterol levels are only slightly high.
We therefore recommend that you do a lipogram at least once a year, especially if you have a family history of high cholesterol or heart disease. This will allow your doctor to evaluate your full cholesterol spectrum, which includes your total cholesterol, your LDL cholesterol your triglycerides and your HDL cholesterol.
Cholesterol cannot be cured, it can only be strategically managed. One way of managing it is through the continual use of RyChol.
No, it will not. The mechanisms of action are different for RyChol compared to contraceptive methods and medications, so the risk for possible drug interactions should be minimal.
Yes, you can. For Namibian clients, RyChol is now also available at pharmacies without a prescription.
Focusing on your saturated fat intake alone may not be in your best health interest. Combining foods with recognised cholesterol-lowering properties has proven highly effective in lowering total serum cholesterol and reducing ‘bad cholesterol’ (LDL) levels by as much as 35%. By competing with cholesterol for intestinal absorption, phytosterols naturally reduces the intake of cholesterol absorption, leading to decreased blood LDL-cholesterol levels and thereby lowering cardiovascular disease risk. Phytosterols is therefore also one of the ingredients in RyChol.
Yes, you can. The mechanisms of action are different for RyChol compared to blood pressure medication, so the risk for possible drug interactions should be minimal. The Berberine in RyChol may however in high dosages contribute towards a lowering in blood pressure, so blood pressure should be monitored regularly. RyChol is contraindicated in individuals with severe low blood pressure. RyChol can generally be used with antihypertensive (blood pressure-lowering medication). If concerned, please consult your doctor.
High cholesterol cannot be cured, it can only be managed. Our experience has shown that most individuals see results within 8 to 12 weeks. We recommend re-testing your cholesterol by means of a full lipogram 12 weeks after you started taking RyChol.
Yes, you can. Seeing that RyChol no longer contains red yeast rice extract, an ingredient that requires optimal liver function for its metabolism, RyChol can now safely be taken by individuals with abnormal liver function. We however do not recommend the use of RyChol in clients with advanced liver disease.
Yes, we do have a free cholesterol friendly meal plan, as 33% of cholesterol can be controlled by your diet. The other 66% however is produced and reabsorbed within your body. We therefor recommend the cholesterol friendly meal plan in combination with RyChol. Click here for Cholesterol Lowering Plan
Yes, all of the MNI products can safely be taken in combination with each other as a complete wellbeing solution.
You can definitely break the tablet in two halves, or crush the tablet with a tablet crusher, to make swallowing easier. It will in no way decrease its effectiveness.
Cholesterol is also known as the “silent killer”. The reason for this is that high cholesterol most often do not present with any signs or symptoms at all. In addition, high cholesterol can start at a much earlier age than what we believe. We therefore recommend regular cholesterol screening in both men and women from a young age. RyChol is an ideal preventative measure for high risk individuals.
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