Is Citrus Bergamot + Statins more effective?

March 05, 2020 2 min read

 

Hello my name is Dr. James Rouse I'm a naturopathic family doctor I've written 13 books my focus is integrated medicine but my joy is to serve people to help them become the greatest versions of themselves.

Now one of the most challenging things I've ever faced and practice over the last 20 years treating literally thousands of patients, is patients who come in on statins and they were always concerned about the side-effects and I think you and I know
that the statin side-effects.
They're out there we know that statins are powerful but they also know they come with some baggage and our patients really want to know, are there things that I can do to potentially lower the dosage I'm on with statins, and that is when I discovered the BergaMet Bergamot Citrus SuperFruit™. 
I was like oh my goodness this is so good to know, number one we've got clinical evidence, and the evidence suggests that combination of a statin with this super fruit can literally help you to maybe lower the amount of the dosage of the statin which in turn is going to help us with the side effects, and in a few cases we actually have evidence that patients can actually get off the statin.
Now we know that statins are powerful and they can be powerful medicine but we also know with their power comes some liability. We always want to do the best we can for our patients, this to me is complementary synergistic support and we know that the concentration of the Pro Plus product, it's the flavonoids it's the polyphenols, you put them together it'll work in conjunction with a statin therapy, perhaps helping to lower the dose and maybe just helping your patient to get off statins altogether.
We know we're always helping with patient outcomes, we want clinical evidence we want good science and we want peace of mind for ourselves and our patients.

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