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 Does beta-sitosterol cause heart disease?

Answer On One Hand: Beta-Sitosterol Used for Heart DiseaseAccording to WebMD and Drugs.com, beta-sitosterol is a plant sterol commonly used to treat benign prostate issues and lower cholesterol. In fact, ... Read More »
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Is beta sitosterol safe if you have Crohn's disease?

Beta sitosterol is a cholesterol lowering agent usually found in margarine and yogurt. As of January 2010, no side effects or contraindications of beta sitosterol have been reported for patients wi... Read More »
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Where is beta-sitosterol absorbed?

Beta-sitosterol, a cholesterol-reducing drug, binds to cholesterol compounds and makes them less likely to be absorbed into the bloodstream. Only 5 to 10 percent of the drug itself is absorbed by t... Read More »
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What are the dangers of beta-sitosterol?

Beta-sitosterol is a type of fatty substance found in plants that is similar to cholesterol in humans. Despite its uses by herbal practitioners for the treatment of enlarged prostate, beta-sitoster... Read More »
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What are the benefits of beta-sitosterol?

Phytosterols are a type of substance used by plants as a building block for cells. There are a variety of types of phytosterols, including beta-sitosterol, which herbalists recommend for the treatm... Read More »
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