Clinically proven to lower cholesterol, Bios Life C is the only supplement that combines all four of the known approaches to lowering harmful cholesterol, while increasing good cholesterol. Recent clinical studies suggest that Bios Life C can lower harmful cholesterol levels by an astounding 31%, while increasing good cholesterol levels by 29%. Bios Life C is available in packets or bulk canisters.
Clinically proven to lower LDL cholesterol, while increasing HDL cholesterol, Bios Life is quickly becoming THE standard in the fight against harmful cholesterol levels.
Furthermore, Bios Life has proven effective where statin drugs have failed. Often, over a period of time, people taking statins discover that their cholesterol remains at a level higher than they (and their doctors) were hoping to reach. Hope is now available.
Recent clinical studies have shown that when taking statins in combination with Bios Life , the “statin floor” is broken and cholesterol levels are reduced by an additional 20%.
Features and benefits of Bios Life:
• Proven to reduce LDL cholesterol levels
• Proven to increase HDL cholesterol levels
• Helps manage appetite naturally
• Maintains balanced blood glucose levels
Bios Life is the ONLY fiber and nutrient drink that combines all four of the known approaches to lowering harmful cholesterol.
This patented approach:
1. Helps to block re-absorption of cholesterol in the intestinal tract
2. Helps to block absorption of cholesterol which comes directly from food after digestion
3. Reduces the cholesterol produced by the liver
4. Enhances enzymatic breakdown and removal of bad cholesterol
In a recent study, Bios Life was proven to lower LDL cholesterol for participants with high LDL levels by 31%. Some participants reported decreases of up to 52%. Overall reductions, including participants with fair or better LDL levels averaged over 20%.
Additionally, the average increase of HDL or “good” cholesterol in those participants with low HDL levels was 29%, with some achieving increases of up to 85%. Average increase, including those with normal HDL levels, was 25%.