Heart Disease Research on Bios Life®

In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study (link to study listed below) conducted at the highly respected Cleveland Clinic, Bios Life® was clinically proven to lower both LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels. A recent study in Guam yielded equally impressive results that won the attention of the American Heart Association. The 50-year Framingham Heart Study shows that for every point you lower your cholesterol, you reduce your risk of heart disease by two percent.

Bios Life® holds two patents under the title, "Method and Composition for Reducing Serum Cholesterol Levels" and is clinically proven to lower LDL and triglycerides while increasing HDL.2

In addition to the Cleveland Clinic study that specifically studied the results of patients using Bios Life® there are many other studies that point to a direct link between fiber consumption and heart disease risk. As the American diet deteriorates, fiber consumption continues to fall. In fact, the American Heart Association reports that most of us consume only half the fiber our bodies need daily. The American Heart Association recommends a daily consumption of 25-30 grams of fiber, while the American Dietetic Association recommends 20-35 grams of fiber daily. However, according to the American Dietetic Association, the average American currently consumes only 12-17 grams of fiber each day.

Access the synopsis or the full study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic by clicking on the links below.

In 1985, the New England Journal of Medicine published the Ireland-Boston Diet-Heart Study, the first large study to show the cardiovascular benefit of dietary fiber. The study showed that a diet rich in fiber (defined as 30 grams a day) was associated with a 43 percent reduction in the incidence of myocardial infarction compared to individuals who consumed 6-12 grams per day. Even more remarkable was that this risk reduction was independent of the serum cholesterol. In fact, the authors commented that a diet low in fiber was equivalent to cigarette smoking as a risk factor for coronary artery disease.

According to the American Journal of Cardiology, a supplemental 15 grams of fiber a day may significantly lower cholesterol levels in both men and women.

Bios Life® offers you a convenient way to give your body the beneficial combination of soluble and insoluble fibers it needs each day. When combined with a healthy lifestyle, this extraordinary formula can support healthy cholesterol and blood-sugar levels. It also provides essential vitamins and minerals your body needs daily.

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