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Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice - 120 Capsules

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Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice Item #0103
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  • Now with CoQ10
  • Traditional Chinese Monascus purpureus
  • Developed for Cholesterol Health
  • Tested in Mayo Clinic Study
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Doctor Testimonials

“As a practicing cardiologist, I try to listen to my patients. Many of them were using Res-Q 1250 and LDL-X red yeast rice, but I was reluctant to recommend these products without information from clinical trials. I went ahead and did such a trial, looking at the effects of these supplements and lifestyle improvement and compared them directly to Zocor, which is a statin.

I was pleasantly surprised by the results- supplements lowered LDL (bad) cholesterol by 42%! I have been impressed by the safety and lack of side effects, and recommend these to many of my patients who are looking for an alternative to statins.”

–Dr. David Becker, MD

"Res-Q LDL-XQ10 is a great natural way to lower cholesterol. It acts as a natural statin to lower LDL cholesterol. Studies show that patients that take Res-Q 1250 and Res-Q LDL-XQ10 lower their cholesterol more effectively then patients on traditional statins alone. I recommend Res-Q LDL-XQ10 to all of my patients with elevated cholesterol levels and increased risk for cardiovascular disease."
–Dr. Eric Lebby, MD


Comments above are the opinion of the doctor quoted and may not be typical; results vary.

The liver produces up to 80 percent of cholesterol; exactly how much yours produces depends somewhat on your genetics. This product contains natural cholesterol-lowering properties that work to counteract the overproduction of LDL levels, resulting in rapid cholesterol-lowering benefits.*

RED YEAST RICE AND COQ10

Red yeast rice is a Chinese food and medicinal that has been used safely for centuries to help lower cholesterol, improve circulation and aid in digestion.* Made by a natural fermentation process of rice with a proven, safe type of yeast called monascus purpureus went, this product includes a carefully-crafted combination of natural, beneficial compounds and no synthetic ingredients. CoQ10 was added because it is beneficial to heart health and muscle function. It should be noted that statins deplete your body of CoQ10.

STUDY RESULTS OF 42% REDUCTION IN LDL LEVELS*

An independent study published by the Mayo Clinic confirmed that levels of LDL cholesterol were reduced by 42.4 percent following consumption of the Res-Q 1250 omega-3s and Res-Q LDL-X red yeast rice (the former name of LDL-XQ10 with the same formula minus the CoQ10), in combination with lifestyle changes, compared to reductions of 39.6 percent in the group that took a statin medication. If you want to maintain healthy LDL cholesterol levels safely and naturally, without the dangerous side effects of prescription drugs, Res-Q LDL-XQ10 may be the product for you.

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Be sure to read some of our customer reviews or watch a video of a customer describing his experience with Res-Q LDL-X Red Yeast Rice (click on the blue-grey tabs above)

 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results not typical and may vary.

Research:

  1. Becker D, Gordon R, Morris P, Yorko J, Gordon Y, Li M, Iqbal N. Simvastatin vs Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes and Supplements: Randomized Primary Prevention Trial. Mayo Clin Proc July 2008;83(7):758-764.
  2. Becker DJ, Gordon RY, Halbert SC, French B, Morris PB, Rader DJ. Red yeast rice for dyslipidemia in statin-intolerant patients: a randomized trial. Ann Intern Med. 2009;150(12):830-9.
  3. Cunningham E. Is Red Yeast Rice Safe and Effective for Lowering Serum Cholesterol? J Am Diet Assoc 2011 Feb.;111(2):324.
  4. Liu J, Zhang J, Shi Y, Grimsgaard S, Alraek T, Fønnebø V. Chinese red yeast rice(Monascus purpureus) for primary hyperlipidemia: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Chin Med 2006;1(1):4.
  5. Lu Z, Kou W, Du B, Wu Y, Zhao S. Effect of Xuezhikang, an extract from red yeast Chinese rice, on coronary events in a Chinese population with previous myocardial infarction. The American journal of … 2008;
  6. Halbert SC, French B, Gordon RY, et al. Tolerability of red yeast rice (2,400 mg twice daily) versus pravastatin (20 mg twice daily) in patients with previous statin intolerance. Am J Cardiol 2010 Jan.;105(2):198-204.
  7. Gordon RY, Cooperman T, Obermeyer W, Becker DJ. Marked variability of monacolin levels in commercial red yeast rice products: buyer beware! Arch Intern Med 2010 Oct.;170(19):1722-1727.
  8. Heber D, Yip I, Ashley JM, et al. Cholesterol-lowering effects of a proprietary Chinese red-yeast-rice dietary supplement. Am J Clin Nutr 1999;69:231–6.
  9. Bonovich, K, Colfer H, Davidson M, Dujovne C, Greenspan M, Karlberg R, et al. A Multi-Center, Self-Controlled Study of Cholestin In Subjects With Elevated Cholesterol. American Hear Association. 39th Annual Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention, Orlando, Fl. March 1999.
  10. Huang CF, Li TC, Lin CC, Liu CS, Shih HC, Lai MM. Efficacy of Monascus purpureus Went rice on lowering lipid ratios in hypercholesterolemic patients. Eur J Cardiovasc Prev Rehabil. 2007 Jun;14(3):438-40.
  11. Li C, Zhu Y, Wang Y, Zhu J, Chang J, Kritchevsky D. Monascus Purpureus-Fermented Rice (Red Yeast Rice): A natural food product that lowers blood cholesterol in animal models of hypercholesterolemia. Nutrition Research. 1998;18(1):71-81.
  12. Mark D. All red yeast rice products are not created equal. The Am J of Cardiol. 106(3).
  13. Ong HT, Cheah JS. Statin alternatives or just placebo: an objective review of omega-3, red yeast rice and garlic in cardiovascular therapeutics. Chin Med J (Engl). 2008 Aug 20;121(16):1588-94.
  14. Qin S, Zhang W, Qi P, Zhao M, Dong Z, Li Y , et al. Elderly patients with primary hyperlipidemia benefited from treatment with a Monacus purpureus rice preparation: A placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial. American Heart Association. 39th Annual conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention, Orlando, Fl. March 1999.
  15. Wang J, Lu Z, Chi J, Wang W, Su M, Kou W, et al. Multicenter clinical trial of serum lipid-lowering effects of a Monascus purpureus (red yeast) rice preparation from traditional Chinese medicine. Curr Ther Res. 1997;58(12):964-978.
  16. Venero C, Venero J, Wortham D, Thompson P. Lipid-lowering efficacy of red yeast rice in a population intolerant to statins. The Am J Cardiol. 1-5(5).
Ingredients & Use

Supplement Facts

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules                 Servings per Container: 60
                                                                   Amount Per Serving
Red Yeast Rice                                                  1,200 mg †
(From traditional fermentation of Monascus purpureus Went)

† Daily Value not established.

Other ingredients: gelatin, cellulose (food-grade cellulose), magnesium stearate and silica.

Suggested Use

For best results, take 2 capsules twice a day with Res-Q 1250 omega-3. Use as part of a comprehensive program that includes dietary changes and exercise.*

Warning: Do not use if pregnant, have a history of liver disease, are an organ transplant recipient or have had major surgery within the last eight weeks. Discontinue use if you experience any unexplained muscle pain or tenderness, especially if accompanied by flu-like symptoms. Not intended for those under the age of 18.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

This is a keeper Review by Rosalind
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I use this product every day and it keeps my blood pressure and cholesterol in check love it . This is a real keeper, results really have proved true

(Posted on 4/2/2016)

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It works!! Review by Judy
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Have taken this product for years. I trust it. Keeps my cholesterol levels in control

(Posted on 6/10/2015)

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take along with Res-Q1250 at night Review by Bette
Lancaster, PA; Age: 60-74
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I've was (very happy) with taking Res-Q 1250 for quite awhile and then I heard about Red Yeast Rice, which I knew was great for lowering LDL Cholesterol. I never had a problem with cholesterol, but I didn't want one either. I ordered the LDL-X and started taking it before bed along with the Res-Q 1250. Hey, if it works with keeping my heart in check then I'm all aboard with taking these two products together. Very alive with Res-Q 1250 and LDL-X Red Yeast Rice.

(Posted on 6/9/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

Excellent results Review by Diane
Owigs Mills, MD; Age: 60-74; Medical Concern: Diabetes
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I refused to take statins for all the right reasons and after extensive research started on LDL-X red yeast rice. My numbers are excellent and I have no side effects.

(Posted on 5/19/2015)

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excellent choice Review by Diane
Owigs Mills, MD; Age: 60-74; Medical Concern: Diabetes
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My triglycerides were over 200. I started taking ResQ1250 9 weeks before my bloodwork was done and the results were normal!

(Posted on 5/19/2015)

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Fanatastic results Review by Harry
Slatington, PA
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My parents had high cholesterol and so did I. My doctor put me on statins, with not very good results. I took this product to him and he gradually took me off statins and I only used this and LDL-x2 with Niacin. My cholesterol went lower than it was while taking statins and I have been using this product for over 3 years now and having great results. Thank you Res-Q.

(Posted on 5/13/2015)

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Lowered my Cholesterol 30 points Review by Barry
Harrisburg, PA; Age: 60-74
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I am very happy with the results from using Res-Q LDL-X red yeast rice. I used the red yeast rice for three months and my test results showed a decrease in cholesterol by 30 points.
I will continue to use LDL-X. I really liked the results.
Great product!

(Posted on 4/26/2015)

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Lowest cholesterol I have ever had. Review by Donna
Allentown, PA; Age: 60-74
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Doctor wanted me to go on medication for cholesterol but I refused. I tried LDL-X Red Yeast Rice along with Res-Q 1250 instead of the meds he wanted me to take. Cholesterol went from 200 down to 156. Yippie!

(Posted on 3/10/2015)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

excellent product Review by Joanna
CLAYTON, NJ; Age: 60-74
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This Res-Q LDL-X got my total cholestrol down 46 points!! from 262 to 216. I forgot to take some evening doses but Now I'm gonna be diligent of taking it every day!!
I would recommend this product to others.

(Posted on 3/9/2015)

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Good Review by Lorie
Lehighton, PA; Age: 45-59
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Cholesterol lab results are good for both me and my spouse.

(Posted on 1/12/2015)

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This is well worth trying, just to see how well it really works! Review by V8
Lancaster, PA; Age: 60-74
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I have been taking Res-Q products since the late 1990's. Started with Res-Q 1250 and then added the LDL-X. Although the Res-Q 1250 brought my cholesterol down, the LDL-X brought my triglycerides down and using both also brought my health insurance premiums down too. I can't imagine going to bed without taking my Res-Q products.

(Posted on 12/12/2014)

Results are the opinion of the reviewer and may not be typical.

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FAQs

What are the health benefits of red yeast rice?

Red yeast rice has been used as part of traditional herbal medicine for stomach ailments, blood circulation and lowering cholesterol. Modern research supports the use of red yeast rice for reducing total cholesterol, lowering LDL cholesterol and triglycerides.*

How should I take Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice?

Take two capsules in the morning and two capsules in the evening. Consider taking in combination with Res-Q 1250 and Res-Q CellPower for optimal support of a healthy heart.*

Avoid taking with grape fruit juice.

Why should I choose Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice over other brands?

Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice is a natural supplement made using traditional fermentation processes. It’s clean from toxic citrinin contamination, unlike one third of other brands tested.* Res-Q LDL-X Red Yeast Rice is recommended by many doctors and backed by a 60-day satisfaction money back guarantee.*

Can I take Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice with my medications?

We recommend you speak with your doctor, who has a thorough knowledge of your unique medical history and current medications, regarding the use of any natural supplement.

Do all red yeast rice supplements work the same?

Not all red yeast rice is the same. The fermentation process and type of yeast used affects the quality and type of beneficial components found in the supplement. Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice is made using a natural fermentation process and the type of yeast called "monsacus purpureus went" proven in clinical research to produce effective results.*

Are there any side effects to taking red yeast rice?

Red yeast rice is generally considered safe and well tolerated. Potential side effects include non-serious dizziness, gastrointestinal discomfort and muscle aches. If you feel you are experiencing a side effect stop taking red yeast rice and consult your doctor.*

What is the difference between red yeast rice and a statin?

Statins are a type of cholesterol lowering medication available only by prescription. Red yeast rice is a natural dietary supplement.

Can I take Res-Q LDL-XQ10 Red Yeast Rice while pregnant or nursing?

It is not recommended for use by pregnant or nursing mothers.

Can I give Res-Q LDL-XQ10 to my child?

It is not intended for use by those under the age of 18 years. 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It is recommended that a physician be consulted before taking any supplements. Results not typical and may vary.

Research:

  1. Becker D, Gordon R, Morris P, Yorko J, Gordon Y, Li M, Iqbal N. Simvastatin vs Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes and Supplements: Randomized Primary Prevention Trial. Mayo Clin Proc July 2008;83(7):758-764.
  2. Becker DJ, Gordon RY, Halbert SC, French B, Morris PB, Rader DJ. Red yeast rice for dyslipidemia in statin-intolerant patients: a randomized trial. Ann Intern Med. 2009;150(12):830-9.
  3. Cunningham E. Is Red Yeast Rice Safe and Effective for Lowering Serum Cholesterol? J Am Diet Assoc 2011 Feb.;111(2):324.
  4. Liu J, Zhang J, Shi Y, Grimsgaard S, Alraek T, Fønnebø V. Chinese red yeast rice(Monascus purpureus) for primary hyperlipidemia: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Chin Med 2006;1(1):4.
  5. Lu Z, Kou W, Du B, Wu Y, Zhao S. Effect of Xuezhikang, an extract from red yeast Chinese rice, on coronary events in a Chinese population with previous myocardial infarction. The American journal of … 2008;
  6. Halbert SC, French B, Gordon RY, et al. Tolerability of red yeast rice (2,400 mg twice daily) versus pravastatin (20 mg twice daily) in patients with previous statin intolerance. Am J Cardiol 2010 Jan.;105(2):198-204.
  7. Gordon RY, Cooperman T, Obermeyer W, Becker DJ. Marked variability of monacolin levels in commercial red yeast rice products: buyer beware! Arch Intern Med 2010 Oct.;170(19):1722-1727.
  8. Heber D, Yip I, Ashley JM, et al. Cholesterol-lowering effects of a proprietary Chinese red-yeast-rice dietary supplement. Am J Clin Nutr 1999;69:231–6.
  9. Bonovich, K, Colfer H, Davidson M, Dujovne C, Greenspan M, Karlberg R, et al. A Multi-Center, Self-Controlled Study of Cholestin In Subjects With Elevated Cholesterol. American Hear Association. 39th Annual Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention, Orlando, Fl. March 1999.
  10. Huang CF, Li TC, Lin CC, Liu CS, Shih HC, Lai MM. Efficacy of Monascus purpureus Went rice on lowering lipid ratios in hypercholesterolemic patients. Eur J Cardiovasc Prev Rehabil. 2007 Jun;14(3):438-40.
  11. Li C, Zhu Y, Wang Y, Zhu J, Chang J, Kritchevsky D. Monascus Purpureus-Fermented Rice (Red Yeast Rice): A natural food product that lowers blood cholesterol in animal models of hypercholesterolemia. Nutrition Research. 1998;18(1):71-81.
  12. Mark D. All red yeast rice products are not created equal. The Am J of Cardiol. 106(3).
  13. Ong HT, Cheah JS. Statin alternatives or just placebo: an objective review of omega-3, red yeast rice and garlic in cardiovascular therapeutics. Chin Med J (Engl). 2008 Aug 20;121(16):1588-94.
  14. Qin S, Zhang W, Qi P, Zhao M, Dong Z, Li Y , et al. Elderly patients with primary hyperlipidemia benefited from treatment with a Monacus purpureus rice preparation: A placebo-controlled, double-blind clinical trial. American Heart Association. 39th Annual conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention, Orlando, Fl. March 1999.
  15. Wang J, Lu Z, Chi J, Wang W, Su M, Kou W, et al. Multicenter clinical trial of serum lipid-lowering effects of a Monascus purpureus (red yeast) rice preparation from traditional Chinese medicine. Curr Ther Res. 1997;58(12):964-978.
  16. Venero C, Venero J, Wortham D, Thompson P. Lipid-lowering efficacy of red yeast rice in a population intolerant to statins. The Am J Cardiol. 1-5(5).
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