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... Monascus Purpureus Went fermented on rice, a traditional oriental food commonly known as Hongqu in China and as Red Yeast Rice in the United States and Europe. ... (1 replies)
... Nice to hear it boubou. Taffyboyo (3 replies)
Red Yeast Rice
Jul 6, 2008
... Hi catspajamas. Unfortunately, your statement above is incorrect! Please read the following link for the 'makeup' of the various forms of RYR and the known side effects as found from the many studies carried out on this natural product, written by a guy who certainly seems to know his stuff. Only 600mg (one capsule or two mini capsules) a day is all you need. ... (11 replies)

... Hi BouBou, Sorry to hear that you are off the RYR. I think you will find it hard to maintain your LDL and TC figures just by moving to Niacin. I'll cross my fingers for you though. Glad you took my advice and that it worked for you. Taffyboyo. (11 replies)
Red yeast rice
Jul 6, 2008
... Hi Rene111 Proven time and time again, Natures Plus extended release RYR, one capsule a day in the evening with a meal. For more info, please read my threads. Taffyboyo. (3 replies)
... I am taking exactly what my friend Taffyboyo from Taffyland told you, only I have started out by taking only one 600 mg. ... (13 replies)
... ortant point to note here, is that the exact ingredients from the XZK capsules have not been isolated and studied yet. That goes for all three fermented types of Red Yeast Rice. ... (11 replies)
Red Yeast Rice
Jul 8, 2008
... Hi Rose, ALWAYS, always, start on the bare minimum of any drug/supplement. Nature's Plus extended release RYR is a standardized product of high quality, that contains a minimum of 10.2mg monacolins. This is a fairly high dose. Recent testimonies (Bamac and the Mayor) prove that 600mg is all they required. Start on 600mg for three months, lipid test, and then increase... (11 replies)
Red Yeast Rice
Jul 7, 2008
... Hi catspajamas Sorry to hear you are/were in a minority bracket. However, out of the 94 studies carried out with RYR to date, none have reported any signs of skeletal muscle problems during the period of any of the studies involving many hundreds of participants. Did you use a standardized extended release formula of RYR? Did you take COq10 along with the RYR, and... (11 replies)
... drs; If you read some of Taffyboyo's previous posts, the RYR product he recommends actually comes with CoQ10 (100 mg.) already in it. It's not cheap but your good health without prescription meds has got to be worth something, right? (11 replies)
... jellybean3009, I'll let you know in about one week. I go for my annual physical next week and get my blood drawn this Friday. I am trying taffyboyo's recipe for 8 weeks to see if it works for me. Here it is: Yes, please let me know your results. Thanks! (11 replies)
... jellybean3009, I'll let you know in about one week. I go for my annual physical next week and get my blood drawn this Friday. I am trying taffyboyo's recipe for 8 weeks to see if it works for me. Here it is: Qty 1, 600 mg. tab of Nature's Plus Extended Release RYR at bedtime. 100 mg. of CoQ10 (a must when taking any type of statin, even natural) 600 mg. EPA/400 mg.... (11 replies)
... Thanks again, taffyboyo. Just ordered the RYR and will check out the allicin. Congratulations on your wife's great results. (13 replies)
... Thanks, Taffyboyo. I'll go ahead and get some and post my results in a couple of months. What is allicin? I already take Omega-3 and CoQ10. Oh, don't forget to post your wife's results and how long it took. (13 replies)
... Taffyboyo, thanks. What kind of results did you and your wife get, and how long did it take? Do you take the extended release capsules or the mini tablets? I notice they are both standardized, both are extended release, and both contain 600 mg., and yet the bottle of mini tabs. contain twice as many but cost less. Very confusing. (13 replies)
... Yes, I do take CoQ10 ;) I hate to change things when the numbers are so good but I'll have to trust the naturopath with the niacin :) (4 replies)
... My wife and I do not worry about this or that or the other in respect of diet. We eat everything except red meat, and only use extra virgin olive oil whether for frying or over a salad. ... (8 replies)
... l, not just dried up resveratrol is what you need. Read some study results from Spain, France and Italy. There is also a fair amount of info on this board on how red wine affects HDL. ... (20 replies)
... love2fishfork, PLEASE, PLEASE!!! Here we go again!!!! RYR is not a 'statin'. Please read my technical threads, some of which are placed on this board. FYI, Simvastatin (zocor), is chemically manufactured, with it's main ingredient being an artificial 'copy' of the Monacolin 'K' compound found in RYR. Drug company scientists thought this to be the only compound of RYR... (5 replies)
... No problem. The following has worked for many people I know, and for several members of this board who were serious enough to try an alternative approach to statins. Daily, two to three months. Blood test....Surprise. Qty (1) 600 mg. tab of Nature's Plus Extended Release Red yeast rice with food (evening) Qty (1) 100 mg. softgel of CoQ10 (This will reduce BP, so monitor... (7 replies)

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