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BodyBio Balance Oil

Frequently asked questions about BodyBio Balance Oil.

Are Omega 6’s bad for you?

Oxidized Omega 6's present in heated oils can be detrimental to your health. In contrast, our products incorporate unrefined, non-oxidized Omega 6 from Safflower Oil, which contains essential fatty acids that are critical for the health of our mitoch

Can I cook with Balance Oil?

Applying high heat to Balance Oil can damage the lipid's double bonds, leading to rancidity. Therefore, it's advisable to incorporate the oil after the cooking process. For delicious recipes that incorporate Balancing Oil, feel free to visit our Reci

Why should BodyBio Balance Oil be taken with protein?

The cellular membrane is a harmonious blend of lipids and proteins, each constituting 50% of the structure. Integrating Balance Oil with protein is a favorable approach as it safeguards the delicate oils, and in doing so, emulates the inherent struct

Are there any side effects from taking Balance Oil?

We have not received any reports of side effects associated with the use of Balance Oil.

What is the bitter taste in Balance Oil?

Taste is a highly subjective experience, and individual preferences can vary greatly. While many individuals find the taste of BodyBio Balance Oil enjoyable, it's important to acknowledge that some people may perceive it as bitter. It's worth noting

Balance oil: Liquid to Softgel conversion

In terms of dosage, taking 1/2 teaspoon of the liquid form is equivalent to consuming 2 soft gels. This means that you would be getting approximately 1400 mg of linoleic acid (LA) and 350 mg of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) per 1/2 teaspoon or 2 soft ge