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Soluble Fiber

Fiber Digest

Our Price: $12.15 Order Now

Quantity: 5.82 ounces

Supplement Facts (amount per serving):

Soluble Fiber - 5 grams

Suggested Use: Mix two teaspoons in any hot or cold liquid, 1-3 times daily.

The most common cause of constipation is a diet low in fiber (vegetables, fruits, whole grains) and high in fats (cheese, eggs, meats). People who eat plenty of high-fiber foods are less likely to become constipated.

Fiber promotes the wavelike contractions that keep food moving through the intestine. Also, high-fiber foods expand the inside walls of the colon. This eases the passage of waste. Fibrous substances pass through the intestine undigested. They also absorb many times their weight in water, resulting in softer, bulkier stools.

A high-fiber diet causes a large, soft, bulky stool that passes through the bowel easily and quickly. Because of this action, some digestive tract disorders may be avoided, halted, or even reversed simply by following a high-fiber diet. A softer, larger stool helps prevent constipation and straining. This can help avoid or relieve hemorrhoids. More bulk means less pressure in the colon, which is important in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome and diverticulosis (defects in the weakened walls of the colon). In addition, fiber appears to be important in treating diabetes, elevated cholesterol, colon polyps, and cancer of the colon.

Fiber is also linked to prevent some cancers especially colon and breast cancer. In addition, fiber may help lower the LDL cholesterol (the Bad cholesterol) and the total cholesterol therefore reducing the risk of heart disease. Furthermore, fiber can help lower blood sugar therefore help better manage diabetes.