What is Bioslife? What can it do for a person with type 2 diabetes who has high cholesterol and cardiovascular problems?
Bioslife seems to be a proprietary combination of chromium and niacin. In at least one European study, it was claimed to be as effective as two of the most used 'statin' drugs in lowering cholesterol. It was also somewhat less costly. I could find no reports in the US medical literature. Any effect of cardiovascular pathology would be secondary to the lower cholesterol and triglycerides.
Additional comments from David Mendosa, A Writer on the Web:See: a previous question.
Original posting 4 Apr 2001
Posted to Alternative Therapies and Explanations
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