Israeli Company Launches Supplement for Cholesterol Management

July 13, 2011

Following the Israeli Health Ministry’s recommendation of omega-3 fatty acids and phytosterols for cardiovascular health, dietary supplement marketer Ta’am Teva Altman has launched No-Sterol, a supplement formulated by Soft Gel Technologies.

Following the Israeli Health Ministry’s May 2011 recommendation of omega-3 fatty acids and phytosterols for cardiovascular health, dietary supplement marketer Ta’am Teva Altman has launched No-Sterol, a supplement formulated by Soft Gel Technologies Inc. (Los Angeles, CA).

No-Sterol is designed for cholesterol maintenance and overall heart health. The formula contains phytosterols, omega-3 fatty acids, and coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10).

“We are very proud to be collaborating with Ta’am Teva Altman on this product,” said Soft Gel export director Roy Bouskila. “Many consumers currently seek options for controlling cholesterol through natural measures, and this formula has had some very encouraging results.”