Red Rice Yeast Alzheimers

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Red yeast rice contains significant amounts of lovastatin, a drug used for reducing cholesterol. It is a product that results from the fermentation of rice using specific strains of yeast. It may also contain plant sterols, compounds that also have cholesterol-lowering effects. Since red yeast rice contains lovastatin (a prescription medicine), the FDA considers it an "unapproved drug" rather than a dietary supplement. Before using this product, talk to your healthcare provider if you have liver disease, any allergies, or a history of problems with statins.
 
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