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  1. If Bios Life 2® is so good, why haven’t I (or even my Doctor) ever heard of it before?

    It is because we are competing against the pharmaceutical companies for the doctors’ time and attention and credibility. Small companies with limited marketing budgets and a history of natural products are by definition starting way behind the makers of statin drugs that have spent over $10 billion in sales and marketing last year alone. We have recently learned that there is a 1:1 ratio of pharmaceutical sales agents to doctors in the US!!!

    The flip side of your question is that over 1/3 of our Distributors are also medical professionals, and the reason I am involved in this business (aside from my personal health reason) is because I see an incredible opportunity to sell a product that actually works (and is truly independently verified and credible) to a growing number of baby-boomers who are increasingly in need of it. And the greater medical profession is only just beginning to be aware of it… so I see it as a great opportunity!

  2. What are the potential side effects of statin drugs?

    Shown below is a comparison of Bios Life 2® with Statin Drugs as shown in the PDR:

    Bios Life 2®

    •High Cholesterol
    •Primary prevention of coronary events in  patients with high cholesterol without evidence of clinically active coronary artery disease
    •High cholesterol patients with clinically evident coronary heart disease
    •To slow progression of coronary arteriosclerosis
    •Reduce risk of acute coronary events

    •High cholesterol and lipids

    •Reduction total cholesterol
    •Reduction LDL cholesterol
    •Reduction triglycerides

    •Significant cardiovascular risks
    •Strong family history
    •Known coronary disease
    •Slowing progression or reversing coronary arteriosclerosis
    •Appetite control (weight management)
    •Regulation of glucose metabolism (diabetes)
    •Reducing risk of prostate cancer
    •Reducing risk of colorectal cancer
    •Reducing risk of breast cancer
    •Prevention of constipation
    •Prevention of diverticular disease in colon
    •Reduction of blood pressure

    Contraindications: •Active liver disease
    •Unexplained elevated liver enzymes
    •Nursing mothers
    Precautions: •Monitor liver function during therapy
    •History of liver disease
    •Alcoholism, chronic alcohol use
    •Endocrine dysfunction
    •Myopathy (inflamed muscles)
    •Elevated Muscle enzymes
    •Renal failure
    Interactions: •All prescription drugs should be taken one hour before or two hours after Bios Life 2® unless specifically instructed to take with food.Avoid concomitant gemfibrozil, erythromycin, immunosuppressants, and nicotinic acid.
    •Monitor protime with Coumadin
    •Addictive effects with cholestyramine, colestipol.
    •May be potentiated by cimetidine, rantidine, omeprozole, itraconazole, ketoconozole.
    •Monitor digoxin, oral contraceptives.
    •All prescription drugs should be taken one hour before or two hours after Bios Life 2® unless specifically instructed to take with food.
    Adverse Reactions: •Myalgias
    •GI upset, abdominal pain
    •Rash, pruritus (itching)
    •Elevated liver blood tests
    •Muscle breakdown with renal kidney failure
    •Chest or musculoskeletal pain, arthralgias
    •Flu-like symptoms
    •Blurred vision
    •Male impotence
    •Lowered co-enzyme Q-10 (up to 40%)
    •Flatulence (rectal gas)

  3. What insurance coverage is available?

    There is an actual “Explanation of Benefits [EOB]” in the files for each of the following insurance companies:
    •Accumed (Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation)
    •Bankers United
    •Blue Cross Blue Shield (various)
    •Fortis Benefits
    •General Accident
    •Hartford Insurance
    •John Alden
    •Mutual of Omaha

    We are aware of other companies that have reimbursed for our products, but we have not seen their EOB’s. There is no guarantee that your insurance company, even if it is listed here, will reimburse your claim since there are several variables which may affect payment, such as: how your claim is filed, your particular policy, and your physical condition. We have found that it is generally worth pursuing a claim with the insurer, and even arguing if it is rejected (since insurance companies generally try to avoid payments, or delay them as much as possible).

    The CPT code recommended for filing your claims is 99070, and the recommended wording is: “Supplies and materials provided by the physician over and above those usually included with the office visit or the services rendered.”

  4. What makes Bios Life 2® so special? How come it is clinically and independently proven to work while other fiber products are not?

    The answer is hidden in the patent. If you were able to consume the 25 to 35 grams of fiber a day (primarily soluble fiber) as is recommended by the American Heart Association, then you would be able to get the necessary fiber into your bloodstream. Unfortunately, it would require a very unusual diet. For perspective, the average American consumes about 12 grams of fiber a day. An example: one BOX of bran cereal and 6 slices of wheat bread and 5 whole carrots would get you there (for one day)!
    Fiber medications have a different problem… the soluble fiber, when in contact with water and stomach acid, forms a generally non-soluble mass which passes through the system without getting much of it actually dissolved into the bloodstream. The patent on Bios Life 2® is to protect its’ unique method for getting the soluble fibers to break up and dissolve into the blood stream. Its’ patented chemical makeup causes it to break up and dissolve in the presence of water and acid so it works effectively. Therefore it works unlike any other fiber product on the market, and that is why it has been clinically proven to work, and why it appears in the Physicians’ Desk Reference® as a proper treatment.

  5. How much Bios Life 2® should I take?

    The minimum recommended ongoing daily dosage is two packets a day, providing approximately 9 grams of soluble and insoluble fiber to add to your daily fiber intake from food sources. The average American consumes about 12-15 grams of fiber a day and the appropriate goal should be between 25 to 30 grams per day according to the American Heart Association. It is soluble fiber that has the most profound affect on reduction of LDL.

    Since the average improvement required is between 10 to 18 grams per day, the minimum recommended is 2 packets a day. You can use your own estimated fiber shortfall to determine your individual requirements.

    It should be noted that for people who start taking this product, some people with sensitive bowels or with very low levels of current fiber intake may have diarrhea for the first few days or even week after starting this regimen. Two points: (1) if this occurs with you, cut back to 1/2 a packet for a few days, then build up to two or three packets gradually over a 30 day period; (2) for most people, after a few weeks there will be no further such issues as your body will have adjusted to the higher levels of fiber in your system.

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