HDLevate Dosage Information
HDLevate (pronounced HD-ELEVATE) INCREASES YOUR BLOOD LEVEL HDL!
When your doctor asks for a measurement of your blood cholesterol, they want to look at total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, and triglyceride (TG) levels. Theses “cholesterol levels” are one indicator of your risk for cardiovascular disease. Other risk factors include age, sex, exercise levels, diet, genetics, smoking habits, and alchohol consumption.
It is also important to remember that while the cholesterol score provides one important indicator of overall risk of heart disease/cardiovascular problems, it does not measure the effectiveness of your LDL and HDL cholesterol. Larger, less oxidized LDL molecules pose less of a risk to your health than smaller highly oxidized ones, which are far more likely to get deposited into your artery walls. HDL effectiveness is also not measured in the cholesterol score, so it is important to do things that increase HDL effectiveness (diet, exercise), not just the quantity. Luckily, egg yolk HDL has been shown to not only improve the quantity, but also the effectiveness (quality) of blood HDL. And it improves the size profile of the blood LDL.
For optimal health it is important to ensure a lower LDL to HDL ratio. This can be achieved by lowering LDL and/or increasing HDL. Reducing LDL levels hasn’t been shown to be very effective at reducing heart attack mortality and new therapies in the medical community have been focusing on increasing HDL. One of the ways to do this naturally, is through diet.
BOTTOM LINE: HDLevate, a natural dietary supplement, can improve your cardiovascular health!
But how much should I take?
You can base your dosage on your total cholesterol or HDL cholesterol. The US measures cholesterol in mg/dL whereas Canada and most of Europe measure in mmol/L so both measurements are shown below.
Example Results – Patient Y:
Another of our customers volunteered to take HDLevate for 2 months under supervision from their doctor while not changing his diet. He did start a very mild exercise regimen, twice a week. He was so pleased with the results that he decided to share his blood test results with us. You can see the dosage and results below:
This customer was around a “medium” size with total cholesterol in the “borderline high” range. Therefore, he took 6 pills per day (2 eggs) for 1 month followed by 3 pills per day (1 egg) for a second month.
A summary table of the changes:
|Score Category||Medical suggestion|
(US in mg/dl)
(US in mg/dl)
(US in mg/dl)
|-1.95||34% lower total cholesterol!|
|LDL Cholesterol, mmol/L||1.50-3.40|
|-1.34||40% lower LDL cholesterol!|
|0.08||8% increased HDL, this is actually a big increase as it is very difficult to increase HDL.|
|Chol/HDL risk ratio||<4.90||7.46||4.61||-2.85||38% lower risk ratio, it now falls within the medical suggestion|
|-2.01||40% lower LDL and other cholesterol esters|
|-1.72||38% lower triglycerides|
*note: > means “greater than” and < means “less than”. So >0.99 suggests that HDL levels in the blood should be greater than 0.99 mmol/L.*
Below you can see the official blood test results with patient information removed:
(latest results on the right, original results on the left)