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... Red yeast rice contains a compound that is the same as lovastatin. So if the original poster is avoiding taking statin drugs due to side effects, red yeast rice is unlikely to be a solution. ... (6 replies)
... Red Yeast Rice tablets brought my LDL down considerably and in a very short period of time. ... (6 replies)
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Jan 7, 2007
... Red yeast rice is essentially a "natural" mild statin and therefore can have the same side effects as prescription statins. ... (17 replies)

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Jan 5, 2007
... How about these red yeast rice tablets? ... (17 replies)
... Thanks AFH....I am going to increase the dose. Even if I stop taking the RYR tablets I am going to continue to take the CoQ10. ... (20 replies)
... ed from Cerebellar Ataxia so this is why I do not want to take the perscribed statins. However, I am not sure if I am doing my self any favors by taking the RYR tablets either...since it is a "natural statin". That is why I posted my original question. ... (20 replies)
... My leg pain is concentrated in my upper thighs and knees. It is a dull ache that is usually more noticable at night. I am not on my feet any more than usual so that is why I atributed it to the RYR tablets. I am currantly lowering the dosage and taking it every other day to see if the leg pain eases up. If it does then I will know it was the RYR. If it does not then there is... (20 replies)
... I am now taking Beta Sitosterol 120 mg. 2 tabs 2 time a day, 2 red yeast rice twice a day, Niacin 2 caps twice a day and, 2 caps of Garlic twice a day. ... (20 replies)
... I've taken 1200 mg increasing to 2400 mg of Red Yeast Rice a day for more than one year with no issues or side effects noted. I also take 50 mg CQ10 and other vitamins plus policosanol. ... (20 replies)
... y not try "Red Yeast Rice", "flaxseed oil" or 1200 mgs of "fish oil" tablets. I do a combo of "fish oil", 6oz of red wine per evening, and 600 mgs of Red Yeast Rice tablets and my LDL came down dramaticly. My HDL increased and my Tri's went down as well. All in all I did very good using this combination of suppliments. ... (5 replies)
... if taking the "red yeast rice". Red Yeast Rice is a natural statin that you can get in a health food store. It has less side effects but it can still have some of the same ones that statins have. ... (17 replies)
... I know how devastating that cerebellar ataxia can be. People don't seem to realize that you might be under a cloud the rest of your life not knowing if she had the genetic kind. A specialist in California recently said that my mother most likely has "cerebellar ataxia syndrome" caused by lipid lowering therapies. (zocor, lipitor, zetia). However, hers started with... (8 replies)
... I am working on lowering my cholesterol naturally by weight reduction, red yeast rice tablets, red wine and fish oil tablets. If after 6 months of time I cannot lower it with this method I will rethink the statins.... ... (8 replies)
... red yeast rice tablets. Three mos. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I think you make some very important points and I am already now committed to reducing my carb intake, which I know is too high. Red Yeast Rice is quite tricky to get in the UK but I now take an Omega 3 every day and have returned to Q10 and will get a fresh supply of Niacin tomorrow - again I was having issues with it here in the UK as I could only... (2 replies)
... and ramp up very slowly! Tablets can be scored. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, the tablets are fairly large, but can be broken into two fairly easily. ... (8 replies)
... Usually 2 x 300mg mini tablets or 1 x 600mg tablet taken with an evening meal should be a sufficient dosage to see results after three months. ... (4 replies)
Cholesterol
Jul 27, 2010
... Red yeast rice is prepared by using Monascus purpureus fermented with rice. Preparation records exist, dating back to the ancient Ming Dynasty period. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Yak, Thanks for the clarification. Here is some info. from the Source Natural bottle: Source Naturals Red Yeast Rice is citrinin-free and standardized to 1.5% mixed mevinolinic acid monacolins. I no longer have the Nature's Plus bottle but I think it was 1.7% monacolins. I had already decided to try this after using the Nature's Plus because it is in capsules... (10 replies)


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