Heart Savior Review

Editor's Review: 3.6 / 5.0

What You Should Know

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Heart Savior is an all natural supplement developed by New Health Corp, designed to lower the levels of bad cholesterol in your body as well as address the other potential causes of heart disease, including the build up of plaque in the arteries. It is manufactured in a plant that has been inspected by the FDA and is registered as Current Good Manufacturing Practices, but the the product itself does not have FDA approval.

List Of Ingredients

Proprietary Heart Savior Blend 1025.1 mg* Coenzyme Q10, Red Yeast Rice, Phytosterols, Guggul extract(2.5% E & Z gugglesterones), Inositol Hexanicotinate, Policosanol (from sugar cane), Selenomethionine. Other ingredients: Gelatin, Rice Flour, Magnesium Stearate, Soy.

Product Features

Coenzyme Q10 is a very important enzyme that works as an antioxidant and is necessary for basic cell function. The older a person gets, the lower the levels of CoQ10 in the body, which makes it important to get with age. It is commonly found in organ meats, peanuts, soy oil, and sardines.

Red Yeast Rice is commonly used in Chinese medicine to ease and upset stomach, promote increased blood circulation and increase spleen function efficiency.

Guggul is a plant derivative known for its ability to decrease cholesterol. As it also reduces the oxidation of cholesterol, it will reduce the plaque build up in the arteries.

Plant Sterols and Plant Stanols are similar to cholesterol, but because they are not processed by the human body they are an effective way to reduce the cholesterol levels in the body. Since they are all natural, they cause the body no harm/

Selenium is a powerful antioxidant known to be improve the function of the immune system. Ample amounts of this mineral will keep the thyroid active and support overall health.

The formula contains several ingredients medical professionals say people should look for in a product that claims to reduce the levels of bad cholesterol while increasing the production of good cholesterol. The company offers a money back guarantee if after taking this medication for 60 days, your cholesterol does not drop by 60 points. We are unable to determine if they hold up their end of the bargain and actually return the money. There are several customer testimonials on the product website that speak highly of the formula.

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Advantages

  • There is a money back guarantee.

Disadvantages

  • Heart Savior claims to be backed by clinical research that we can’t find.
  • Heart Savior does not have FDA approval.

Conclusion

We see several ingredients which we think are excellent to have in a natural supplement meant to lower the levels of bad cholesterol in the body. With the mixed reviews however, we recommend making diet and lifestyle changes in place of or in conjunction with this supplement for best results. Eating healthier foods and exercising is a sure fire way to reduce the cholesterol in the body.

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26 User Reviews about Heart Savior

  • 1
    PATRICK WALSH

    I STOPPED TAKING PRAVACHOL 5 WEEKS AGO BECAUSE OF THE SIDE EFFECTS.IN 5 WEEKS OF TAKING HEART SAVIOR MY CHOLESTEROL WENT FROM 212 TO 173.MY DOCTOR IS AMAZED.MY NEXT BLOOD TEST IS IN 4 MONTHS,THAT WILL BE INTERESTING.

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  • 2
    Iva

    Thank you Dr. Carsoln we been on Heart Savior for about a year and half. They wanted to put me on satins but I went with Heart Savior. My cholestrerol are normal. Thanks and my husband is almost there. Thanks

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  • 3
    Your Name

    I have Hypothyroidism can i take heart savior.if i can what time should i take it.my cholesterol is208 LDL145 HDL51

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    ANA

    is it safe to take with levotyroxine?
    I take it for a slow thyroid

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  • 5
    Gina

    I am diabetic, insulin dependent. I see came sugar as ingredient and soy. Any testimonials from Diebetics or can someone advise the carb count on the bottle? Am healthy and weight is Not an issue but Doc wants to start statin…just because of Diabetes

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  • 6
    Anonymous

    Iqam curious on whether it would be good to take Heart SAvior in conjunction with a metamusil pill to help lower cholesterol?

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  • 7
    Anonymous

    Omg this actually works! I have been taking heart savior for a lil over a month now and before i started my cholesterol levels were 216 and ldl 133. Now my Kaiser results came back saying I am 183 and ldl 113. Im in shock and I am definately not paid to post my review. This actually works. I even skip doses sometimes cuz I might be up and about with my kids. I am so happy. Anyone that is skeptical, I will be more then glad to prove my kaiser results. This is for reals :)

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    Lisa

    I just been put on Pravachol (pravastatin 80mg. I have not taken my first does yes but I am research others. I am a skeptic. And I hope you are a true honest person.

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  • 8
    BA

    I stopped taking Zocor since I was concerned about how Statins affect the liver. I took the Heart Savior for 90 days and my Total Cholesterol went up to 239, LDL and HDL were out of range too. I also exerecise and watch what I eat but eat bad foods too occassionally. This product did not work for me. I believe I could eat cardboard everyday and my cholesterol levels would still be high. It was worth a try!

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  • 9
    Shannon

    I’d like to also know why the bottle states “to help maintain cholesterol levels that are already in the normal range” when it is being sold to reduce cholesterol levels? Please respond.

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  • 10
    sharon carter

    is is safe to take this product “heart savior” with the prescrip med for hi blood pressure “lisinopil/hctz?

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    Jane Ramirez

    I take Atenolol for high blood pressure, and there were no bad reactions when I took Heart Savior

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  • 11
    sally

    do Heart Savior work with prescription high blood pressure meds.

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    cecile

    i’m taking ramipril 10 mg, and amlodipine besylate 10 mg, once a day, can heart savior be taken with these 2 medications? i read that to be careful taking it with other meds, are my 2 blood pressure mentioned okay to take with heart savior, thanks, appreciate a quick response.

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    Phyllis

    Can heart savior be taken with blood pressure med

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  • 12
    john langdon

    Hi. I have been taking heart savior for18 months after a bad reaction to crestor [ 5 months ] It reduced my total cholestorol from 7.1 to 5 during this period. Fantastic product with the COQ10 included. john

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  • 13
    mohamed

    i do not know how to take it how many pills a day and how to take it and when …i’m over 50 also my wife will take it like me or not,, plz reply

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    Jane Ramirez

    I believe that the instructions are on the package. I took one capsule in the morning and one capsule in the evening.

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  • 14
    Shanna

    I’m just finishing a 90 day supply and my cholesterol was 237, Today it was 190. My HDL was up and my LDL was down.
    My only dietary change was deli meat, otherwise I had a relatively healthy diet.

    Was it the Heart Savior or no deli meat? Not sure.

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  • 15
    B.Wilson

    I feel I’ve been taken why is it selling as lowers bad cholesterol but reads it only maintains normal levels

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  • 16
    keith edick

    does heart savior have statins in it?

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  • 17
    C. Massey

    I took Heart Saviour faithfully according to directions for four months. All my bad numbers went way up! This product not only failed to deliver, but did more harm to my health.

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    c wilson

    Did you change the way you eat and exercisie. whilse yaking heart savior?

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  • 18
    Ronald Smith

    Red yeast rice is a statin which has a side effect of muscle and joing pain. If a person cannot take statins due to the side effect, why would they buy this since it contains a statin?

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  • 19
    Everett Israel

    Will heart savior interact with zocor?

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    mary eason

    Are there any known side effects from taking Heart Savior?

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