Benecol® Spreads contain a plant-based ingredient called Plant Stanols which have been proven to reduce cholesterol in more than 80 independent scientific studies, including one published in The New England Journal of Medicine.  Plant Stanols are recommended as a daily cholesterol-lowering strategy.

 

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Lowering Your Cholesterol: Pills vs. Plants.

If you're taking a statin medication such as Simvastatin, Lipitor, Pravastatin or Crestor, there's something you should know. The plant stanols in Benecol® Buttery Spreads have been proven to lower cholesterol in over 80 clinical studies. So they can be a healthy, naturally-based alternative to prescription drugs, many of which are known to have adverse side effects.

Here's more food for thought: Of the 34 million people in the US currently treating high LDL cholesterol with statins, 11 million are still unable to control their condition, according to the CDC. Eating Benecol® can be the extra step they need as part of a cholesterol lowering plan. 

 Talk to your healthcare professional to determine if the plant stanols in Benecol® could either replace or enhance the statin medications you may be taking now. 

Stimulate Your Statin Medication With Benecol®.

Simvastatin, Lipitor, Pravastatin, and Crestor are all statins that help lower cholesterol. If you're taking any of these drugs, you should know that the plant stanols in Benecol® Buttery Spreads can enhance their effects.

In over 80 clinical studies, eating Benecol® has been proven to lower cholesterol. 

Moreover, of the 34 million people in the US currently treating high LDL cholesterol with prescription medications, 11 million are still unable to control their condition, according to the CDC. Eating Benecol® can be the extra step they need as part of a cholesterol lowering plan. 

And Benecol® Buttery Spreads may be a great choice for people who want to avoid cholesterol drugs, pills and more medications in the first place, many of which are shown to have adverse side effects. Talk to your healthcare professional about adding Benecol® to your diet. 

Statins, Stanols and the Studies You Need to Read.

In over 80 clinical studies, the plant stanols in Benecol® Buttery Spreads have been proven to lower cholesterol. If you're taking statins such as Simvastatin, Lipitor, Pravastatin or Crestor, you should know that consuming just two tablespoons of Benecol® per day can enhance their effects.

Here's more food for thought: Of the 34 million people in the US currently treating high LDL cholesterol with prescription medications, 11 million are still unable to control their condition, according to the CDC. Eating Benecol® can be the extra step they need as part of a cholesterol lowering plan. 

And Benecol® Buttery Spreads may be a great choice for people who want to avoid cholesterol drugs, pills and more medications in the first place, many of which are shown to have adverse side effects. Talk to your healthcare professional about adding Benecol® to your diet. 

Three Meals a Day. Three Opportunities to Lower Your Cholesterol - Without Statins.

Of the 34 million people in the US currently treating high LDL cholesterol with statins like Simvastatin, Lipitor, Pravastatin or Crestor, 11 million are still unable to control their condition, according to the CDC. But cooking with Benecol® Buttery Spreads - and consuming just two tablespoons per day - can lower cholesterol in as little as two weeks. 

This has been proven in over 80 clinical studies.

Benecol® Buttery Spreads can enhance the effects of statins, or they may be a great choice for people who want to avoid cholesterol drugs, pills and more medications in the first place, many of which are shown to have adverse side effects.

 

Talk to your healthcare professional about adding Benecol® to your diet.