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BioLife Plus Review:
Bio Life Plus is the newest and most powerful product Bio Life has produced. On their website they claim that, “This is our star product. In a nutshell, it’s a POWERHOUSE in a bottle. It’s a plant based supplement, with 73 different plant-derived minerals, including all the B-complexes, along with garlic, enzymes and anti-oxidants that are specially blended to produce a product that energizes the body and erases the nostalgia of what it really feels like to be youthful again.” As you can see, they do not mention any weight loss power or fat burning properties in their description of Bio Life Plus. Now Bio Life Plus will provide you with energy, which can lead to weight loss in some instances, but it’s not the primary or major outcome of taking Bio Life Plus. Let’s examine the ingredients to see if Bio Life Plus is worth its weight in salt.
BioLife Plus Ingredients:
The ingredients in Bio Life Plus include: Enzymatically Active Alfalfa Juice, Pure Telluride Water, Plant Based Certified USDA Organic Calcium, Thiamine Riboflavin, Panthothenic Acid, Pyridoxine, Garlic, Biotin, Natural Flavor, Proprietary Blend and Glycerine.
Alfalfa is a type of grass and it’s rich in protein, calcium, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin K. It is often used as an herbal supplement to treat digestive disorders.
Telluride is a famous tourist attraction in Utah and Colorado and as far as I know its water doesn’t contain any magical healing powers.
Panthothenic acid may reduce arthritis pain and morning stiffness. It is part of the B vitamin complex. Pyridoxine is also part of the B vitamin complex and it is supposed to promote electrolyte balance and cardiovascular health.
Garlic has antimicrobial properties and has been used by many herbalists to lower cholesterol levels. However, studies have shown that garlic does not have a significant impact on the cholesterol levels of those people who suffer from high cholesterol. Garlic is still a valuable ingredient as far as overall health is concerned.
Biotin is a coenzyme in the metabolism of fatty acids. But, supplementing with Biotin is only valuable to those with a deficiency. Taking a surplus of biotin will not change the metabolic rate as far as fatty acids are concerned.
The BioLife Plus Website:
The website for Bio Life Plus is a little sparse in terms of information. They do not provide a nutrition table, clinical research, explanations about ingredients, or scientific evidence to back up their product. They do include an FAQ section as well as information regarding returns and testimonials. Ultimately we wish that they would talk a little bit more about what the ingredients do and how exactly it will improve your energy levels.
One bottle of Bio Life Plus costs $99.99 and will probably last about a month. It comes in powder form and you take one tablespoon with a glass of water each day. They do offer a 30-day refund, but you have to return the products in their original, unopened state. So it is far from being a free-trial offer. In our opinion, you can get the same quality ingredients from a few dietary supplements at any grocery store for much less. Bio Life Plus is not meant to be an effective weight loss supplement as much as it is an overall health supplement. If you are looking for a product that will help you lose weight you should probably look elsewhere.