Dietary fiber describes the part of plant
that can't be digested. It adds bulk to keep
other foods moving through the digestive
system and it holds water, which, in turn,
softens the stool for easy elimination. It
can be divided into two types, which are
essential to proper bowel function.
1. Soluble fiber forms a gel-like material
in water. It helps maintain regularity. Good
sources include oats, beans, peas, and many
types of fruit and psyllium.
2. Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water
and moves through your digestive system quickly
and largely intact. It helps keep you regular
by bulking up the stool. Good sources include
wheat bran, whole-grain cereals, breads and
many vegetables. The secret to getting enough
fiber is to eat a well-balanced diet that
includes a variety of high-fiber foods.
Adding fiber to your diet is easy, and a
high-fiber diet can provide long-term health
benefits to you and your family.
Fiber helps maintain normal bowel function
to prevent constipation and its potential
complications. Straining and pressure from
constipation may lead to diverticular disease.
There is increasing evidence that a diet
high in certain types of fiber and low in
fat may help in the prevention, management
and treatment of certain health conditions.
Found in many foods fiber helps to lower
cholesterol and stabilize blood sugar levels.
It helps prevent colon cancer, constipation,
hemorrhoids, obesity, and many other disorders.
This is a unique combination of soybeans
and mushrooms, which provides dietary fiber
and intestinal digestive support. Lactobacillus
is used in the fermentation process to make
Honsho. This formula helps to give bulk to
the stool and to prevent diarrhea; thus,
creating balance in the bowel movements.
T Take 1 package a day in normal conditions.
Take 2-3 packages a day, if you have diabetes
or high cholesterol.
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