Olestra
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Olestra is a non-absorbable dietary fat substitute [sucrose polyester (SPE)] that exhibits chelation characteristics. It is used to make fat-free potato chips.

Benefits

  • accelerated the patients' intestinal excretion of many chemical toxins by eight to ten fold.
  • regular consumption of olestra may provide a therapeutic approach for reducing the body burden of persistent lipophilic contaminants
  • there was a 10% reduction in total plasma cholesterol, a 14% reduction in low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and a 10% reduction in triglyceride concentration

Risks

  • as with all chelation substances, the good is removed with the bad -- hence the need for minerals and vitamin replacement

Source

  • Grocery Store
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