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Studies show that the ingredients in VesLcare make it a safe, all natural, non-toxic alternative which promotes and supports good circulatory health, good circulation, blood vessel health and can lower cholesterol while improving the lipid profile.

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High Cholesterol is a leading cause of heart disease and stroke affecting 200 million Americans each year.  While 25-30% of individuals affected with high cholesterol are genetically predisposed to the condition, the remaining 75% should be able to reduce cholesterol naturally.

Studies show that the ingredients in VesLcare cholesterol lowering supplement are safe, all natural, non-toxic alternatives which promote and support good circulatory health, good circulation, blood vessel health and can lower cholesterol while improving the lipid profile.   This is accomplished by trapping cholesterol and fat in nutritional fiber and allowing it to pass from the body in the stool. VesLcare may be safely combined with medicines your doctor may prescribe.

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Use VesLcare as directed as a part of a healthy diet and regular exercise for 90 days. Have your cholesterol checked before and after the 90 day challenge and measure the results.  Please see our guide: “How to Lower Your Cholesterol, Lose Weight and Improve Your Health Naturally”.

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