Are your cholesterol and sugar levels high? You might want to start consuming this Bios Life 2 that is proven to lower total cholesterol and manage blood sugar levels.
A clinical study has provided results as follows:
• A 31% average reduction in the level of LDL cholesterol • A 29% average increase in the level of HDL cholesterol • Greater than 40% reduction of triglycerides
Studies performed with fiber show:
The fiber blocks synthesis of cholesterol
It blocks bile acid re-absorption from the small intestine
The soluble fibers slow down the glucose in the gastrointestinal tract
The special complex of fibers includes guar gum, gum acacia, locust bean gum, oat fiber, and pectin.
It will lower your cholesterol level and reduce the risk of heart disease.
You can control your appetite by consuming Bios Life 2 before meals.
You will experience a full feeling in addition to receiving nutrients important for the health of your body.
You will get Vitamin C and E, calcium, beta-carotene, zinc, and vitamin B complex adding to the overall health of the body.
You find it in powder form and it comes in a canister container including 60 servings. It is a 30 day supply.
Take a serving before each of the two largest meals per day. Each serving should be mixed and drunk 10 to 15 minutes before the meal.
Mix with 8 to 10 oz. of water or equivalent liquid immediately before drinking.
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 reabsorption 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.
Q. We've been hearing a great deal about the benefits of barley fiber, an ingredient in Bios Life 2, and the beta glucans it contains. What are beta glucans and what are their benefits?
A. Beta glucans are the soluble dietary fiber component of barley and oat bran. They have received much attention from the media due to scientific reports identifying them as the agent in barley and oat bran that is capable of reducing serum cholesterol and stimulating the immune system.