For those concerned with heart disease, which should include everyone as you have a greater chance of dying from heart disease than any other way. That’s right 1 in 3 will die of heart disease! Why not reduce inflammation and improve your cholesterol profile with Nilixir!

For most folks, diet and exercise are only part of the equation and need supplementation to further support a healthy cholesterol panel and reduce inflammatory markers such as C-reactive protein (CRP) and homocysteine which have been strongly implicated in heart disease.


Take recommended dosage with a meal (or in divided doses with breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Send us your before and after blood test and receive a free bottle of Nilixir! We are that confident that you will see improvement!


In addition to lowering inflammatory markets and bad cholesterol, when you use Nilixir, don’t be surprised if Nilixir alleviates any arthritis pain and stiffness in your joints as a lot of the ingredients in Nilixir are used in many natural joint formulas.


If you are unsatisfied with the product and your cholesterol panel and inflammatory markers are not improved after 60 continuous days of use, we will refund your purchase price. All you need to do is submit your proof of purchase within 90 days and a return authorization form and we will promptly refund your money.

Vitamin C (calcium ascorbate). Studies have shown that vitamin C (ascorbic acid) strongly inhibits LDL (cholesterol) oxidation.
Vitamin E (d-Alpha tocopherol  succinate). Studies have shown vitamin E to lower inflammation by causing a reduction in C-reactive protein (CRP) a marker of inflammation.

Niacin (granular). Studies have shown Niacin to have beneficial effects on endothelial function as well as its role in increasing HDL cholesterol, and the lowering of LDL cholesterol and Lpa (lipoprotein a).

Vitamin B-6 (as pyriodoxine hydrochloride) and Folic Acid. Studies have shown vitamin B-6 to reduce inflammatory homocysteine

Folic Acid. Studies have shown Folic Acid to reduce inflammatory homocysteine.

Calcium (carbonate), necessary for appropriate heart contraction and function.

Magnesium (oxide). Appropriate magnesium levels have been shown to reduce chronic inflammation.

Selenium (amino acid chelate) is an essential mineral that works as an antioxidant. It is known that being selenium deficient seems to make atherosclerosis worse.

Chromium has been shown to lower triglycerides, raise good cholesterol (HDL) and normalize very low-density lipoprotein (VLDL).

Green tea extract has been shown to improve atherosclerosis by improving endothelial dysfunction.

L-Citrulline aids in the bodies own creation of L-Arginine to promote increased blood flow.
L-Arginine supports healthy blood flow by promoting Nitric Oxide production.
TMG (Trimethylglycine) is also referred to as betaine. TMG is an amino acid derivative that occurs in plants. It is believed to prevent oxidative stress.
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane). MSM is a naturally occurring organic sulfur that is known as a potent anti-inflammatory agent. It has been used to successfully treat arthritis.
Beta-Sitosterol has been shown to be highly effective at lowering total and bad (LDL) cholesterol levels. Beta-Sitosterol is believed to work by blocking cholesterol absorption.

Guggulipids have a long history in Ayurveda medicine. Studies have shown that guggulipids have the ability to decrease elevated cholesterol.

Alpha Lipoic Acid is a naturally occurring nutrient found at low levels in green leafy vegetables and has been shown to reduce vascular inflammation.
N-Acetyl-L-Carnitine has been shown to be associated with a 27 percent reduction in all-cause mortality, and a 40 percent reduction in angina symptoms experiencing an acute myocardial infarction.
Hawthorne Extract from berries, leaves and blossoms have been shown to be not only an effective antioxidant, but improve blood flow to the heart by dilating blood vessels.

Resveratrol is a polyphenol compound found in certain plants and grapes has been shown in trials to reduce atherosclerotic development as well as well as improve the stability of already existent arterial plaque potentially reducing ones risk for heart attack and stroke.


Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common form of heart disease afflicting adults in the United States today. Individuals with this type of heart disease experience arteries that become blocked with plaque buildup.
When these blockages occur, the circulation of oxygen and nutrients to the heart is interrupted. This often leads to the individual in question experiencing a heart attack. While the condition can be treated to a certain extent via medication or surgery, the fact is that once heart disease forms, it can be chronic making sufferers more likely to experience heart attacks than others.
Until the 1950s, heart disease was considered an age-related illness. This means that you were considered “at risk” if you lived past a certain age. If you lived long enough, it was thought that you’d ultimately “come down” with it. Before we continue, let’s talk about cholesterol.
Cholesterol is a substance that is found in all of the cells in the body. In other words, it’s a naturally occurring substance that is necessary to promote proper bodily functions.
Although the word has come to be associated with nothing but negativity over the past few decades, the truth is that cholesterol is needed to make hormones, certain substances that aid in the digestion of food, and vitamin D.
The perceived problem with cholesterol comes in when excessive amounts of it are introduced via the consumption of certain foods. This is all necessary background to have in mind when considering the way in which the fight against heart disease has been waged over the past few decades.


In 1948, the famed Framingham Heart Study began and followed 5,209 men and women who lived just outside of Boston in the town of Framingham, Massachusetts.
It was a joint project of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute together with Boston University. Its purpose was to study the risk factors for heart disease. In the 1960s, these researchers reached several research milestones.
The first was the deduction that cigarette smoking and an increased risk of heart disease were related. Next, they found that high blood pressure, increased levels of cholesterol, and obesity all increased the risk for heart disease.
It was soon discovered that exercise and physical activity, in general, decreased the risk of developing heart disease, and helped counteract the risk presented by obesity.
As you can see, it was decided fairly early on in the study that cholesterol – often equated with fatty foods – and heart disease were inextricably linked. Scientists and the population in general latched on to this idea and acted accordingly.
Recommended diets were changed, ideas regarding foods containing cholesterol were altered, and the pharmaceutical industry began to research the development of medication that could help reduce the high blood pressure assumed to be caused by high levels of cholesterol.


“I have been taking nilixir for over 6 months. My most recent blood test showed my cholesterol lowered 20% and my HDL increased by 16 percent. I will continue to take. Thanks”

“I have used nilixir for 3 months…my osteoarthritis has improved and my cholesterol is 180 all the way down from 230…I take it twice a day as recommended.”

“I finally got my triglycerides down after trying other natural remedies nilixir actually worked…I too refuse to take medications for cholesterol after having terrible muscle cramps at night. Thanks nilixir.”