Helps maintain healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels*

Nuvexa is a natural medicine that helps maintain normal cholesterol and triglyceride levels in healthy individuals

Do you want support in maintaining your healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels?*  Nuvexa may be right for you.

Nuvexa is a natural supplement that can help maintain normal cholesterol levels and triglyceride levels in healthy individuals. Healthy cholesterol levels can help support a healthy heart and cardiovascular system in both men and women.

Normal cholesterol levels are determined by your body’s balance of the two main types of cholesterol. It is best for you to have high levels of high-density lipoprotein or HDL ('good' cholesterol) compared to low-density lipoprotein or LDL (‘bad’ cholesterol). Nuvexa can assist your body to maintain a healthy ratio of HDL to LDL to support your cardiovascular health.

Nuvexa contains patented FBCx®, which is a natural fibre that preferentially binds to trans and saturated fats. Each Nuvexa tablet binds up to 9g of dietary fat, helping to prevent it being absorbed by the body, and preventing dietary fat absorption by up to 54 grams per day (equivalent to 486 calories).

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What Makes Nuvexa Different?

Nuvexa contains patented FBCx®, which stands for 'Fat Binding Complexer'. It is a natural fibre also known as alpha-cyclodextrin (alfadex). Each Nuvexa tablet binds up to 9g of dietary fat, helping to prevent it from being absorbed by the body.

When taken with a fatty meal or snack, Nuvexa preferentially binds to dietary fats when they enter the stomach, helping to prevent their digestion and absorption.  This fat-containing 'complex' is then passed naturally. 

Binding up to 9 times its weight in dietary fat, Nuvexa can help reduce up to 54g (equivalent to 486 calories) of dietary fat from being absorbed by your body each day.3,4 That’s equivalent to about 11 teaspoons of dietary fat every day.4,5

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Product details


Nuvexa contains alpha-cyclodextrin (alfadex), known as FBCx, which is a natural fibre derived from corn. Each Nuvexa tablet contains 1 gram of the (alpha-cyclodextrin) fibre, patented as FBCx. Learn more about alpha-cyclodextrin (FBCx).


Directions for use

Recommended Dosage and Directions

Adults: Take 2 tablets with a fat-containing meal or snack, 3 times a day

As FCBx is a dietary fibre, it’s important to ensure you have an adequate intake of water when taking Nuvexa


If you are on a low-fat diet, please consult your healthcare professional before using Nuvexa. Nuvexa is well tolerated; however, it may cause gastrointestinal upset if the recommended dosage is exceeded.


FAQs About Nuvexa

Is Nuvexa likely to interact with any medications?

There are no known drug interactions with Nuvexa. Make sure you let your healthcare professional know if you start taking Nuvexa.

How quickly does Nuvexa start to work?

Nuvexa can start to work from the first dose. Clinical studies with Nuvexa showed beneficial effects after 4-8 weeks. You should continue to take Nuvexa as long as advised by your healthcare professional.

Does Nuvexa contain gluten?

There is no added gluten. There are also no added lactose, yeast, wheat, sugar, salt, egg, soy, dairy, artificial colours, sweeteners or preservatives.

Does Nuvexa contain any allergens?

Nuvexa does not contain gluten, lactose, yeast, wheat, sugar, egg, soy, dairy, artificial colours, sweeteners or preservatives. Nuvexa is sourced from corn.

Can vegetarians or vegans take Nuvexa?

Yes. Nuvexa is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

How long can Nuvexa be taken?

Nuvexa can be taken for as long as needed or as recommended by a healthcare professional.

What is FBCx made from/what does it contain?

Nuvexa with patented FBCx is a soluble fibre derived from corn. Each Nuvexa tablet contains 1 gram of the (alpha-cyclodextrin) fibre patented as FBCx.

Does Nuvexa treat all fats equally?

Nuvexa with FBCx binds with dietary fat (fat absorbed from food). The studies also show that Nuvexa preferentially binds to trans and saturated fat. A study cat the University of Minnesota suggests that Nuvexa may preferentially bind with saturated fat.6 Another study conducted at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) showed that animals receiving Nuvexa had significantly lower levels of saturated fats and fatty acids in their blood.3

How should Nuvexa be used?

It is recommended to take two tablets of Nuvexa with a fat-containing meal or snack three times a day. This is a total of six tablets each day.

Where can I find Nuvexa?

Nuvexa is available from selected naturopaths, natural practitioners, health food stores and pharmacies. If you go to the Where to buy button above and follow the instructions, you will be able to find a list of practitioners and pharmacies in your area who either stock Nuvexa or will know how to order Nuvexa. Even if your local pharmacy is not on the list, they will be able to order it in for you.

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*In normal healthy individuals.

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