As of February 2015, there are no major side effects reported from taking Sytrinol, according to Pharmachem Laboratories. Sytrinol is a natural and powerful antioxidant that is clinically proven, safe and effective in lowering harmful cholesterol levels.
Sytrinol is derived from citrus and palm fruit extracts and is a natural alternative to prescription cholesterol-lowering drugs, according to the Toronto Sun. It works by decreasing the oxidization of bad cholesterol and inflammation of the arteries.
According to studies, 30 milligrams of Sytrinol per day can reduce cholesterol by as much as 30 percent, claims Pharmachem Laboratories. In one case, low-density lipoprotein, which is the bad cholesterol, was improved by 27 percent, while triglyceride levels, which is the bad fat in the blood, were improved by 34 percent.
Sytrinol is available in most health food stores in capsule form and is also easily found in many dietary supplements, foods and beverages, reports Pharmachem Laboratories. For those taking Sytrinol, there are no known contraindications of taking it while taking prescription statins. It's also suggested that when Sytrinol is taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise regime it's more than sufficient in managing healthy cholesterol levels. One should always consult his doctor before making any changes to treatment.