Pfizer’s COVID booster is a solution for people who have high cholesterol. It is a capsule that contains fucoxanthin, an extract from the seaweed Laminaria japonica. The COVID booster also includes another antioxidant agent called L-selenomethionine. Fucoxanthin is an effective way to lower bad cholesterol and reduce plaque in your arteries, while L-selenomethionine helps break down fat in the liver. Together these two components are believed to help your body improve its ability to remove excess fat that builds up in the arteries, ultimately improving blood flow in your body, which decreases the risk of cardiovascular diseases like heart attack and stroke.
COVID capsule contains fucoxanthin and L-selenomethionine in a weight ratio of 50:50. The recommended dose is two capsules daily, taken with food. There are no known side effects or interactions with other medications. In addition, NO studies indicate that fucoxanthin and selenomethionine in COVID can cause damage to the liver or interfere with any liver function.
According to the National Cholesterol Education Program, 4 in 10 Americans have high cholesterol. Patients who have high cholesterol may take COVID booster as a supplement to their current medications and diet. Pfizer encourages patients and health care professionals to consult with their healthcare provider before taking COVID. Also, the COVID booster is available by prescription only COVID can help lower cholesterol in different ways.
The active ingredient, fucoxanthin, is a natural component of seaweed that has been used in Asian cultures for centuries to treat conditions involving obesity and cholesterol levels. Fucoxanthin works by preventing the body from absorbing fat in food. It also helps to break down fat that has already built up in the liver. Since COVID contains fucoxanthin, it helps lower blood cholesterol levels by inhibiting LDL (bad) cholesterol production and reducing plaque on your artery walls.