Bios Life C


A Foundation of Fiber
Bios Life C™ ingredients begin with a revolutionary approach to dietary fiber. Dietary fiber is undoubtedly one of the most talked about nutrients for health promotion and disease prevention. In fact, dietary fiber is the focus of two FDA-approved health claims that appear on foods labels touting the benefits of high fiber foods for the prevention of heart disease and certain types of cancer.

Fiber is a substance found only in plants, such as fruits, vegetables, and grains. The part of the plant fiber that you eat is called dietary fiber and is an important part of a healthy diet. Dietary fiber is made up of two main types – insoluble and soluble.

The Soul of Soluble Fiber
Soluble fiber is known to reduce blood cholesterol levels and normalize blood sugar levels. It forms a gel when mixed with liquid, while insoluble fiber does not. Insoluble fiber passes through your digestive tract largely intact. Both types of fiber are included in sachet of Bios Life C and provide benefits to the digestive system by helping to maintain regularity. However, it is soluble fiber that provides additional benefits to heart health and blood glucose levels.

Five Soluble Fibers in One Small Serving
Any other dietary fiber product on the market today offers one, or at the most, two sources of fiber – however, at the foundation of Bios Life C is a powerful and unique combination of five soluble fibers.
These five highly soluble fibers are: guar gum, gum acacia, locust bean gum, pectin, and oat fiber. Gum is a scientific term for soluble fiber.

These soluble fibers were carefully researched and chosen for their ability to create the most effective fiber matrix possible in the stomach and digestive system—much more effective when combined together than if they were used individually.

This fiber matrix lowers serum cholesterol by reducing the absorption of dietary cholesterol. In addition, this fiber complex absorbs bile acids, which are the compounds manufactured by the liver from cholesterol that are necessary for the proper digestion of fat. After absorbing the bile acids, the compounds are removed from circulation and do not make it back to the liver. As a result, the liver must use additional cholesterol to manufacture new bile acids. Bile acids are necessary for normal digestion of fat. Soluble fiber also reduces the amount of cholesterol manufactured by the liver.

This function is often referred to as The First Mechanism of Bios Life C.

Fighting Cholesterol with Phytosterols
In order to be more effective at controlling cholesterol levels, Bios Life C has included three types of potent phytosterols. Phytosterols are a natural chemical found in plants. Technically speaking, phytosterols (i.e. sterols of plant origins) are cholesterol analogs, which mean they have similar functions but different origins. Cholesterol and phytosterols are so similar that they differ in one position n the chemical structure. In fact, phytosterols are so similar to cholesterol that if they’re present in the digestive system along with cholesterol, the proteins that transport cholesterol can’t tell the difference between the two. As a result many phytosterols are picked up by these proteins instead of cholesterol, which allows the cholesterol to be passed out of the body and not absorbed into the bloodstream.

Phytosterols form the basis for what is called The Second Mechanism of Bios Life C.

The Sweet Addition of Policosanol
Policosanol, an ingredient in Bios Life C that originates from a special species of sugarcane, has been shown to inhibit an enzyme called HMG-CoA redu
ctase—one of the enzymes involved in cholesterol synthesis.

Scientists have spent years in establishing the cholesterol lowering properties of the policosanol molecule. This molecule is actually a mixture of a couple of different molecules. Their structure is unique in the sense that they interfere with the effectiveness of HMG-CoA reductase – reducing the amount of cholesterol produced by the liver. Policosanol is in fact an all-natural statin and is also highly effective.

Policosanol forms the basis for The Third Mechanism of Bios Life C.

Stop and Smell the Chrysanthemums
Unicity Research and Development discovered that a water extract of chrysanthemum morifolium energizes an enzyme called 7-alpha hydroxylase. 7-alpha hydroxylase takes cholesterol out of your system and converts it to cholic acid-a form of bile acid.

Chrysanthemum morifolium extract is like giving the 7-alpha hydroxylase enzymes an energy drink that makes them work twice as hard. As a result, more cholesterol is taken from your body’s storage and converted into cholic acid-thus reducing the total amount of cholesterol in your body.

Chrysanthemum morifolium extract is The Fourth Mechanism of Bios Life C.

Benefits of Bios Life C

  • Advanced Fiber and Nutrient Drink
  • Clinically proven to lower LDL cholesterol levels.
  • Clinically proven to increase HDL cholesterol levels.
  • Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.
  • Helps manage appetite naturally
  • Maintains balanced blood glucose levels

For more than a decade, Bios Life 2® has literally been saving the lives of hundreds of thousands of people across the globe. However, with deaths caused by cardiovascular disease increasing each year, Unicity scientists sought an even better champion in the fight against unhealthy cholesterol levels.
The revolutionary answer is found in Bios Life C.

Bios Life C 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.

Bios Life C effectively works to decrease the level of LDL cholesterol while increasing the level of HDL cholesterol through its patented, natural formula. Listed below are the active ingredients responsible for Bios Life C’s effectiveness:

  • Soluble and Insoluble Fibers—trap cholesterol in the GI tract
  • Phytosterols—decrease absorption of cholesterol from food
  • Policosanol—reduces cholesterol synthesized (produced) by the liver
  • Chrysanthemum Extract—enhances the enzymatic breakdown of cholesterol and, therefore, increases the removal of cholesterol from the body

Bios Life C is listed in the Physicians’ Desk Reference (PDR) in the USA and MIMS in Asia.

In a recent study, Bios Life C 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%.

Clinically proven to lower LDL cholesterol, while increasing HDL cholesterol, Bios Life C is quickly becoming THE standard in the fight against harmful cholesterol levels.

Furthermore, Bios Life C 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 C, the “statin floor” is broken and cholesterol levels are reduced by an additional 20%.
From the back office of Unicity International

This information is for educational purposes only.  It is not intended to be used to diagnose any ailment or prescribe any remedy.  It is not to be a substitute for professional help.  It is intended to set forth historical uses for natural remedies.  A person should consult an approved health professional for any conditions which requires their services.


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