Lipid metabolism and its disorders (dyslipidemia)

Lipids are fats that are synthesized in the liver or consumed with food. Along with carbohydrates and proteins, they support the normal vital activity of the body and serve as:

Energy source for the body

Structure compoment for cellular membranes

“Raw material” for hormone synthesis

Several diseases are caused by lipid metabolism disorder (dyslipidemia) and increased blood levels of cholesterol and triglycerides. The most important among them, worth mentioning, are atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, and obesity. Threatening complications of these conditions are coronary heart disease, myocardial infarction, strokes, numerous complications of diabetes mellitus. The causes of these complications are vascular lesions occurring as a result of cholesterol deposition in their walls and formation of atherosclerotic plaques, which increase over time, can block a vascular lumen and disrupt the blood supply to vital organs.
Factors contributing to lipid metabolism
and the development of atherosclerosis

Sedentary lifestyle and dietary regimen and nature (hypernutrition, junk food, etc.) that do not match the age and lifestyle.

Pernicious habits (smoking, excessive alcohol consumption).

Chronic stress and disturbance of sleep schedule.

Genetic predisposition to obesity, age (the older a person is, the higher the likelihood of excessive fat deposition is) and gender (the state of menopause in women and andropause in men).

Endocrine diseases (diabetes mellitus, metabolic syndrome, thyroid gland diseases, obesity, etc.).

Metabolic disorders in athletes after the cessation of intensive training.

Long-term treatment with hormonal drugs, B-blockers, psychotropic drugs.

BETARGIN contributes to normalization of lipid metabolism, prevention of atherosclerosis and atherosclerotic vascular lesion.
The role of BETARGIN in lipid metabolism regulation

Improves metabolic processes in the liver - removes neutral (excessive) fat from liver cells and uses it to synthesize phospholipids of cellular membranes (repair of damaged cells or prevention of their damage)

Lowers cholesterol and triglycerides levels, which promotes normalization of blood lipidogram and prevention of atherosclerotic vascular lesions

Improves metabolic processes in the heart and supplies energy to the heart muscle

Increases receptor sensitivity to insulin, which helps to normalize the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats at the same time

Reduces endothelial dysfunction (loss of the ability of vessels to dilate), which contributes to the improvement of microcirculation and elimination of oxygen starvation of body organs and systems

Recommended administration regimen


Dissolve the contents of 1 stick or 1 glass container of Betargina in ½ of a glass (100 ml) of drinking water of room temperature and take 2-3 times daily after meal.


I am 54 years old. I suffer from high cholesterol 8.4. How much can Betargin help me? Although many doctors did not recommend this drug product to me… Yuliia, 23.06.16


Betargin certainly helps reducing cholesterol levels under the conditions of long-term use, but this is not the main activity of Betargin. In your case, you should follow the doctor’s recommendations; compliance with the dietary recommendations is essential for enhancement of the effect of any drug.


I would like to continue taking Betargin for the treatment of fatty infiltration. I have a question on dosage. Should I increase the daily dose to 2 ampoules, and what is the treatment duration? Ihor Pshenychnyi, 06.05.15


Betargin can be taken for reduction of fatty dystrophy of the liver in the dose 2 ampoules a day for 1 month, after which the control test is required.

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