Helps supports overall cholesterol, cardiovascular health
How does bergamot work, and what areas of health does it address?
Bergamot works by helping maintain healthy levels of lipids (cholesterols and triglycerides) absorbed after meals, promoting overall cholesterol,cardiovascular and vascular health. Bergamot also helps glucose enter cells, which can be beneficial for maintaining health blood glucose levels
Can people stop taking statins immediately, after starting to take BergaMet?
If you are on a statin, you should never stop this without your doctor’s permission and supervision. It can be used while taking statins to further support health cholesterol levels.
When should I expect to see results after starting to take BergaMet?
BergaMet usually helps patients feel healthier and more energetic within a couple of months of regular use. The best time to measure cholesterol is around six months after starting to take BergaMet.
What is the proper dosage and strength for bergamot supplements?
Based on numerous clinical trials, the minimum effective dosage and strength is 1200mg with a BPF (bergamot polyphenolic fraction) of 45 percent. All BergaMet products meet or exceed these standards.
How does BergaMet compare to other natural products such as red yeast rice and policosanol?
Bergamot, the key ingredient in all BergaMet products, is the only natural compound that works simultaneously to support healthy cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood glucose.
What qualities does bergamot possess that other citrus fruits do not?
Compared to other species of citrus, bergamot contains high numbers of unique polyphenols (plant chemicals) – antioxidants essential in support of overall mind and body health. Two of these, named Brutelidin and Melitidin, affect cholesterol biosynthesis and are not found in any other citrus derivatives.
Does BergaMet help support overall vessel health?
In studies to date, BergaMet appears to have a beneficial effect on both arterial stiffness and endothelial function, the most important measures of vessel health and function. This occurs regardless of any effects on blood cholesterol levels.
How does BergaMet support healthy blood glucose levels?
BergaMet may have an effect on blood glucose because of its effects on cells’ “energy receptors.” In some patients, these energy receptors are partially “jammed,” and the only way the body knows to respond is by making more insulin. BergaMet acts on this receptor to facilitate opening, thus allowing more sugar to enter the cell.
How does bergamot differ from grapefruit, and does it have any of the side effects that patients experience with grapefruit?
Although bergamot contains one similar polyphenol to that found in grapefruit, grapefruit also has a profound effect on the metabolic pathways within the liver. Thus, grapefruit is responsible for blocking many medications. On the other hand, bergamot does not appear to have the same effect on the metabolic function of the liver, can be taken with most medications.
Is BergaMet a natural supplement?
Yes, BergaMet is a naturally sourced bergamot extract supplement, with no added colors, flavors or preservatives. It is also free of wheat, gluten, fish, egg, dairy, and lactose.’
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* Results may vary from person to person. Always consult your doctor before beginning any supplement regimen. This product does not claim to treat, diagnose or cure any diseases. BergaMet is a dietary supplement and has not been approved by the FDA. *