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Cholestin

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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New formulation contains Policor (policosanol), "beeswax-based" proprietary ingredient that inhibits cholesterol synthesis in liver, Pharmanex says July 9. NuSkin Enterprises division removed original red yeast rice-containing Cholestin from market following Utah federal court decision favoring FDA determination the product was a drug because it contained lovastatin, the active ingredient in Merck's Mevacor (1"The Tan Sheet" May 7, p. 15). Once-daily formula developed by Hauser replaces twice-daily red yeast rice dosage and is made with novel PoliSorb softgel delivery system. Thirty-count bottles marked "new and improved" are priced at $39.95
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