Lower Triglycerides and Cholesterol

Lower Triglycerides and Cholesterol

Plus Better Heart Health and Circulation

Why is knowing triglyceride levels important?

High triglyceride levels are an indicator for heart disease and strokes. High triglycerides may even be more predictive of cardiovascular risk than high LDL cholesterol. Triglycerides are tested as part of a typical cholesterol screening by your Doctor during routine medical examinations.

In a recent double blind placebo controlled clinical study, the HeartSavior formulation lowered triglycerides up to 76%. HeartSavior is an excellent herbal option without the side effects of prescription statin drugs.

Heart disease is largely preventable. Take that first step and get on a prevention program today with HeartSavior.

D. R., Brigham, UT

“I am delighted with your Heart Savior formula !! My cholesterol levels in Aug of 2008. Was 208. HDL was 64, LDL was 128 and triglycerides 83. After 3 months my levels have dropped and good HDL has raised substantially. Total cholesterol is 179 HDL 76 LDL 97 and triglycerides 34. Thank You “

D. R., Brigham, UT

What are triglycerides?

Triglycerides are the chemical form in which most fat exists in food as well as in the body.

Triglycerides in plasma come from the fats in foods or made from other energy sources like carbohydrates. Calories not used immediately are converted to triglycerides and transported to fat cells for storage. Hormones regulate the release of triglycerides from fat tissue to meet the body’s needs for energy. HeartSavior works great at helping to keep a healthy balanced level of triglycerides and cholesterol.

What are Blood Lipid Levels?

Triglycerides and cholesterol together in your blood plasma make up your blood plasma lipid levels. If your doctor tells you about your blood lipid levels, they are talking about cholesterol and triglycerides. In the same clinical study referenced above, LDL, “bad” cholesterol was reduced up to 34% and VLDL or “very bad” cholesterol was lowered up to 76%

B. M., Orange County, CA

“My cholesterol had been slowly creeping up over the years. In March of 2007 my total cholesterol was up to 235 (HDL=49, LDL=155, VLDL=31). I started soluble fiber to lower my cholesterol, which brought it down to 221 (HDL=49, LDL=150, VLDL=22), but my doctor wanted it lower. He wanted to put me on statins. I tried Heart Savior. 4 months after starting Heart Savior my cholesterol was down to 156 (HDL=45, LDL=89, VLDL=21). He was impressed, so was I.

I am another happy customer (with much lower cholesterol).”

B. M., Orange County, CA

How are high triglyceride levels harmful?

Having excess triglycerides in plasma is called hypertriglyceridemia and can be linked to risk of coronary artery disease. Elevated triglyceride levels may be influenced by other diseases such as untreated diabetes mellitus. Like cholesterol, increases in triglyceride levels can be detected by plasma measurements. For more accurate results, these tests should be done after a night and morning of fasting. Sugar intake may affect results, so water only intake is the most preferred type of fasting.

Triglyceride Levels

Normal Less than 150 mg/dL
Borderline-high 150 to 199 mg/dL
High 200 to 499 mg/dL
Very high 500 mg/dL or higher

*Based on fasting plasma triglyceride levels as indicated by the National Cholesterol Education Program guidelines for triglycerides.

A.B. Sarasota, FL

“I am a 54 year old female with family history(mother) of heart disease. My Total cholesterol was 240, triglycerides-109, hdl 55, ldl-167. I took various supplements and before I started Heart Savior in Jan. 08 when my total cholesterol was 228, HDL was 62 and my LDL was 154. After 5 months on Heart Savior my total cholesterol was 191, HDL was 68 and LDL was 110 ( 28 % reduction after 5 months). I had tried various therapies to reduce my cholesterol in the past and all failed, but Heart Savior has effectively reduced it!! “

A.B. Sarasota, FL

Lowering Your Triglycerides


If you are overweight, cut down on calories to reach your ideal body weight. This includes all sources of calories (fats, proteins, carbohydrates and alcohol).

Reduce saturated fat, trans fat and the cholesterol content of your diet.


Reduce intake of alcohol. Even small amounts of alcohol can lead to large changes in triglyceride levels.


Eat vegetables, fruits, and nonfat or low-fat dairy products most often.


Get at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on five or more days each week.

Substitute fish high in omega-3 fatty acids instead of meats high in saturated fat like hamburger. Fatty fish like mackerel, lake trout, herring, sardines, albacore tuna and salmon are high in omega-3 fatty acids.


Stop Smoking! Tobacco smoke is a major risk factor of heart disease and stroke. Smoking lowers HDL cholesterol levels, increases triglyceride levels, damages the lining of blood vessels and increases the risk of forming a dangerous blood clot.

Compliment your life style changes today by adding HeartSavior to your routine and accelerate your progress. This is especially important for those with stubbornly high triglycerides and cholesterol issues.