Drink to Lower Cholesterol Naturally

An unhealthy diet, a lack of exercise, smoking and genetics can contribute to high cholesterol levels. If unchecked, this leads to high blood pressure, heart disease and a stroke. (1)

Made for today’s modern lifestyle is NH Choles-K, a heart-smart tea comprising green tea and botanicals like the hawthorn fruit, lotus leaves, cassia seeds and coix seeds, working to keep your cholesterol levels in check and your heart healthy. Take control of your health now. Enjoy a soothing cup of NH Choles-K everyday while giving some love to your heart!

Heart-Smart Botanicals

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Hawthorn Fruit

Not only is this powerful fruit beneficial to the heart, studies have shown that hawthorn can help treat high cholesterol, regulate blood pressure and protect against atherosclerosis. (2)

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Lotus Leaves

Lotus leaves help lower cholesterol by slowing down the absorption of fat in the body and increasing fat metabolism. (3)

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Licorice Root

This sweet root is rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds that have been shown to lower cholesterol. (4)

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Cassia Seed

Widely used in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Cassia seed is no stranger to the healing world for its effects in lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. (5)

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Coix Seed

This seed has been praised for its’ strong antioxidant activity, heart-protecting properties and ability to reduce the absorption of cholesterol in the body. (6)

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Green Tea

Keep your health tip-top everyday. Green tea has long been known for its high antioxidant content and cholesterol-lowering effects. (7)


(1) The Heart Foundation of Malaysia. Health Articles: Break Your Bad Habits. http://www.yjm.org.my/index.cfm?&menuid=30. Accessed December 30, 2020.

(2) Jau-Fei Chan. Nutrition.Immunity.Longevity. 2015, 1, 401-405.

(3) Ya Wu, Fang Tan, Tianyu Zhang, Binglin Xie, Lixian Ran and Xin Zhao. The anti-obesity effect of lotus leaves on high-fat-diet-induced obesity by modulating lipid metabolism in C57BL/6J mice. Applied Biological Chemistry Volume 63, Article number: 61 (2020).

(4) Yacov Fagelman, Diana Gaitini and Eli Carmeli. Antiatherosclerotic effect supplementation on hypercholesterolemic patients: decreased CIMT, reduced plasma lipid levels and decreased blood pressure. Food Nutr Res. 2016; 60. DOI: 10.3402/fnr.v60.30830.

(5) Xiaoxv Dong, Jing Fu, Xingbin Yin, Chunjing Yang, Xin Zhang, Wenping Wang, Xueying Du, Qingling Wang and Jian Ni. Cassiae semen: A review of its phytochemistry and pharmacology. Mol Med Rep. 2017 Sep; 16(3): 2331–2346. DOI: 10.3892/mmr.2017.6880.

(6) Lifeng Wang, Jing Sun, Qida Yi et al. Protective Effect of Polyphenols Extract of Adlay (Coix lachrymal-jobi L. var. ma-yuen Stapf) on Hypercholesterolemia-Induced Oxidative Stress in Rats. Molecules. 2012 Aug; 17(8):8886-8897. DOI: 10.3390/molecules17088886.

(7) Renfan Xu, Ke Yang, Sui Li et al. Effect of green tea consumption on blood lipids: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. Nutrition Journal 2020 May20; 19(1):48. DOI:10.1186/s12937-020-00557-5.