Bios Life 2™ - Additional Information
Over One Billion Dollars of Bios Life™ Sold
Clinically proven to lower cholesterol, Bios Life 2™ provides essential fiber and other nutrients to improve your cardiovascular and digestive health, curb your appetite, and support healthy blood glucose levels. Studies show that fiber can actually block the synthesis of cholesterol in the body as well as prevent the re-absorption of bile acids from the small intestine. There is also evidence to suggest that soluble fibers may help slow the absorption of glucose in the gastrointestinal system. Bios Life 2™ is a special fiber complex of guar gum, locust bean gum, pectin, oat fiber, and gum acacia.
By consuming a diet that's low in saturated fat and cholesterol and high in fruits and vegetables along with Bios Life 2™ a good source of dietary fiber-you may lower your blood cholesterol and reduce your risk of heart disease. Bios Life 2™ features a proprietary matrix of fibers under patent numbers. 4,883,788 and 4,824,672 for the "Method and Composition for Reducing Serum Cholesterol."
Another important ingredient in Bios Life 2™ is ChromeMate™, a unique form of the essential nutrient chromium. It contains oxygen-coordinated, niacin-bound chromium (polynicotinate), which is a highly bio-available form of this nutrient.
In addition, Bios Life 2™ can help curb your appetite by giving you a pleasant, full feeling when consumed before meals. Bios Life 2™ is a natural way to control your appetite while nourishing your body with important nutrients needed for multiple systems. Bios Life 2™ also contains antioxidant vitamins C and E, which have been proven to protect cells from free radical damage. It also supplies key nutrients such as beta-carotene, calcium, zinc, and a complex of B vitamins that promote the body's overall health and well-being.
Fiber encompasses an array of substances indigestible by the human intestine, whereas proteins, fats and carbohydrates are almost entirely absorbed in the small intestine. Dietary fiber consists of insoluble and soluble components.
Insoluble fiber is found in fruits and vegetables. It forms the tough, chewy texture of foods like wheat kernels, nuts and popcorn and is found mainly in the cell walls in the form of strands that give support to plant tissue.
Soluble fibers are found in grains and legumes and give the mushy texture to certain cereals. Soluble fibers can draw water to themselves (hydrophilic) and form jelly-like masses that act partially as solids and are readily fermented by intestinal bacteria. Soluble fibers help reduce bowel transit time and have a lubricating effect on the intestine.
Soluble fibers may help reduce cholesterol levels by preventing the re-absorption of bile acids from the small intestine. To replace the lost bile acids, cholesterol is drawn from the body, thereby reducing its cholesterol supply. Second, the fermentation process in the intestine produces short-chain fatty acids that block the synthesis of cholesterol.
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