Like many other supplements, Bios Life promises to be very beneficial. It is a blend of essential nutrients and fibers to help cleanse the body and control glucose levels. In the review, we take a closer look at Bios Life and try to determine whether those claims are real or not.
Bios Life is a blend of nutrients and fibers available the in the form of a powder. When taken as a drink, it claims to lower the levels of cholesterol and glucose in the blood, eliminate energy crashes, aid weight management, strengthen the immune system and cleanse the colon. The product is quite expensive which could discourage many.
The presence of fiber in the concoction may cause bloating, gas and stomach upset. Other side effects include sensitivity to the sun, headaches, dizziness and nausea.
The complete pack of Bios Life, containing 60 sachets, was retailed at $105.00 on the official website but when we last checked, the product were unavailable on the website. On Amazon, the product costs $118.00 for American buyers and a hefty £277.95 for British customers.
Bios Life contains some herbal ingredients that might help maintain good cholesterol levels and control blood sugar levels. Many consider it a safe product but the FDA has not approved it. It is also very expensive and with no clinical study regarding weight management, we doubt that it will truly lead to weight loss.
With so many other diet pills on the market that offer more effective and safe weight loss, we can only reject Bios Life.
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Manufactured by Unicity International, Bios Life is a nutrient and fibers blend aiming to lower cholesterol levels, balance glucose levels and help detoxification. It also claims to help weight management but this is not supported by scientific data. Unlike other similar products, Bios Life has been clinically tested. However, it has not been approved by the FDA.
Bios Life contains only natural ingredients but can sometimes cause side effects. It could be beneficial to people suffering from diabetes, high cholesterol or heart disease but it is recommended to consult a doctor before starting the treatment to ensure there will be no interactions with your current prescribed medication. The product is easily available in store and online, which is an advantage, but it is very expensive.
Mix one sachet of Bios Life in a tall glass of water and drink it two or three times a day with meals. It can also be mixed with juice or milk.
Bios Life contains a patented blend of soluble fibers, herbal extracts and vitamins. It also contains beta-glucans, which are thought to help control glucose levels in the bloodstream. Other ingredients also help manage cholesterol levels to improve cardiac health.
Bios Life is a supplement made of natural ingredients designed to help reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels. It claims to:
Bios Life is supported by a limited number of clinical trials that shows that it can have a positive impact on cholesterol and blood sugar levels. However, it is not very effective for weight loss. Even the testimonials on the official website do not mention weight loss. The users reviews are mixed; some customers are reporting unpleasant side effects. If you plan on taking this supplement for cholesterol of glucose issues, we recommend talking to a doctor first to ensure it suitable for you.
The active ingredients are:
Other ingredients are beta-carotene, ascorbic acid, D-alpha tocopheryl acetate, thiamin, niacinamide, cyanocobalamin and biotin.
Bios Life is made of natural ingredients but can sometimes cause unpleasant side effects such as:
Not approved by the FDA.
Avoid if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.
Drink immediately after preparation, do not let sit.
There are testimonials regarding Bios Life and they are of mostly positive but some users were unsatisfied. See below:
I tried this product and had no success after two months. Would not recommend for weight loss. Found it to be useless.
Not something I would want to take all the time. But it does help with weight loss.
Didn’t help me lose weight. I think I actually gained a few pounds. Stopped using it and now I’m stuck with a box of this stuff.
This product is gross. I spent $100 and literally could only drink half of one cup. If you have any hang-ups on the texture and thickness of what you are drinking do not waste your time. I don’t know if the product works, because I couldn’t stomach it unfortunately.
Marginal success, it depends more on changing lifestyle of eating. The rise in price to $128.00 is a negative factor in continuing to purchase, there are cheaper alternatives.
There is a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Bios Life can be bought from the official website (though there seemingly was a problem with the website last time we checked), from online retailers such as Amazon or eBay, and it might be available at your local health store.
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