Nature's Boon Red Yeast Rice 1200 Mg 60 Tablets




Derived from the Chinese botanical Monascus purpureus, Red Yeast Rice has been a staple food of the traditional Chinese diet for centuries. Studies suggest that the active chemicals in red rice yeast act in the same way as conventional statin medicines for cardiovascular health, helping to reduce the amount of LDL and triglycerides found in the bloodstream.* As a result, many health care professionals now recommend red rice yeast for heart health to patients who cannot take statin medicines.*

Nature's Boon Red Yeast Rice dietary supplement contains 1,200 milligrams of Red Yeast Rice Powder per tablet serving.

Our red rice yeast supplements don’t contain sodium and sugar, which isn't ideal for those concerned about cardiovascular health.

Our red rice yeast supplement is free of gluten, lactose, wheat, and soy so that even people with digestive issues can benefit from our red rice yeast capsules.

Valued for its numerous health benefits, Red Yeast Rice dietary supplement can be a terrific addition to your diet!!


Among its many other constituents, red yeast rice contains molecules called statins, which are particularly beneficial for lowering cholesterol, improving blood circulation and hence supporting overall cardiovascular health. * Red yeast rice use may improve blood flow through widened vessels and reduced inflammation. *


Red yeast rice may help to block absorption of cholesterol, promote the clearance of cholesterol, and has powerful antioxidant properties.* Overall, it aids in maintaining a healthy weight. *


Generations of Chinese have taken red yeast rice to soothe upset stomach, diarrhea, and indigestion. * Improved circulation of blood is one of the potential benefits of taking red yeast rice.* The product is known to support the liver and large intestine or colon health. *

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