Mila vs bad cholesterol: Clinical study released

May 19, 2009 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

ORLANDO, Fla. –Lifemax announced the preliminary results of a study commissioned to evaluate the effect that Mila would have on people with elevated levels of cholesterol, particularly the “bad cholesterol,” LDL. The study was conducted by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and the results released on February 7th in Orlando.

“We were thrilled to have an institution as well-regarded as The University of Texas Health Science Center to perform this study,” said Paul Rogers, Lifemax’s Chief Executive Officer. “The results exceeded our expectations!”

To demonstrate the effectiveness of Mila, the study juxtaposed the effect Mila had on cholesterol, against a known statin drug.  The study was an open label, parallel assignment, randomized study. It was conducted over the course of three months with 30 participants, 18 female and 12 male. Participants were divided into two groups and each ad their cholesterol tested to create a baseline.  One group was given the raw whole food Mila and the other group was given one of the leading statin drugs.

The study concluded that the whole raw food, Mila, matched the leading statin drug in its ability to lower both LDL and systolic blood pressure.

Lifemax chose to study the effects of Mila on cholesterol because cholesterol is something that all humans share and it is not a disease. The study focused on the effects on the LDL because it is known as the “bad cholesterol”.  In January 2009, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reaffirmed its position that elevated amounts of low-density lipoproteins (LDL) are a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, stroke, and sudden death, and that lowering LDL cholesterol reduces the risk of these diseases.

Read or Download the Entire Article – uploads/docs/LMLifemaxClinicalStudy.pdf


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