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Antioxidant: A class of nutrients that help the body prevent free radical damage to healthy cells.

Esters: Compounds formed by a reaction between an alcohol and acid.

Homocysteine: An amino acid. Elevated blood levels of homocysteine have been linked to increased risk of premature coronary artery disease and stroke, even among people who have normal cholesterol levels.

Hypercholesterolemia: Excess of cholesterol in the blood.

Hyperlipidemic: Excess of fats or lipids in the blood plasma.

LDL Cholesterol: Low density lipoprotein cholesterol, the bad cholesterol.

Microcrystalline: Made up of minute crystals.

Mimetic: Imitative.

Phytostanols: Fully saturated plant sterols.

Phytosterols: Compounds in plants that have been shown to help lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol.

Plant sterols: Another name for phytosterols.

Sitostanol: A fully saturated plant sterol that may reduce serum cholesterol by inhibiting cholesterol absorption.

Tocopherols: Vitamin E antioxidant compounds.

Tocotrieniols: Vitamin E antioxidant compounds.

Triacylglycerol: Also known as triglyceride. The major fat reserves found in plants and animals. Elevated amounts in the blood may increase the risk of heart disease.

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