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Lifestyle and dietary interventions can have a significant impact on patients with dyslipidemia and should be encouraged with the use of dietary supplements. With new research, there is evidence that using dietary supplements, specifically nutraceuticals can be helpful for cholesterol management. Four commonly used supplements are: Red Yeast Rice, Omega 3 Fatty Acids, Niacin and Berberine. Dietary Supplements in Dyslipidemia While dietary and lifestyle intervention should be the primarydoi:10.21926/obm.icm.1802008 fatcat:2f3t2td65jb5zf5u3dc7adyace