#1: Fiber G promotes heart health by lowering elevated cholesterol levels
Diets that are rich in fiber have been shown to reduce elevated cholesterol levels and therefore limit the risk of cardiovascular disease. The main fiber source used in Fiber G is Psyllium Husk, a soluble fiber that has been clinically tested and proven to lower LDL (Bad) cholesterol by 5%-10% on average. Click here to read the full study.
According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), foods containing psyllium husk can claim the following,*Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol that include 7 grams of soluble fiber per day of psyllium husk may reduce the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol.
One serving of Fiber G contains 5 grams of soluble fiber. We recommend taking 1-2 scoops of Fiber G daily to promote heart health and lower cholesterol.
#2: Fiber G helps control appetite by maintaining healthy blood sugar levels
Incorporating Fiber G on a daily basis can be quite beneficial, especially when weight loss is the goal or when dieting on a low calorie diet. Fiber G is formulated with key ingredients, including Psyllium Husk, Oat Fiber, Cinnamon Extract, Apple Pectin and L-Glutamine, that have been shown to not only significantly reduce appetite and sugar cravings but also help to balance and maintain optimal blood sugar levels.
Reduction in appetite and improved blood sugar levels are especially evident in studies with psyllium husk. Click here to read full study. Psyllium Husk is a soluble fiber source that forms a viscous gel when mixed with water, which traps sugars as the gel moves along the intestinal tract. These trapped sugars are then slowly released and absorbed, helping to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.
We recommend taking 1-2 scoops of Fiber G daily to promote feelings of fullness between meals and to help control the body’s glycemic response to a meal.
#3: Fiber G improves overall gut functioning by restoring healthy gut bacteria
Let’s talk about the pre & probiotics contained in Fiber G. Both pre & probiotics help maintain a healthy colony of bacteria and other microorganisms, which provide important nutrition to the cells lining the digestive tract and aid in digestion. While probiotics are live microorganisms that add to the population of good bacteria in your gut and help fight off the bad bacteria, prebiotics are non-digestible plant fibers that act as food for the good bacteria. This stimulates the growth among the preexisting good bacteria.
Fiber G contains the following: Lactic Acid Bacteria (40 Billion CFU).
Fiber G contains the following prebiotic blend: Apple Pectin, Green Banana Powder and FOS (Chicory Root).
We recommend taking 1-2 scoops of Fiber G daily to restore healthy gut bacteria and improve overall digestive health.
#4: Fiber G aids in immune function by fueling your immune cells
Yes, you read that correctly. Fiber G does not only aid in digestion, but also contains a key ingredient that has been shown to support the immune system. This ingredient is L-Glutamine. L-Glutamine is one of the most abundant amino acids in the body and acts as a critical part of the immune system. It is the preferred fuel source for immune cells and the cells that line the intestinal lining of the GI tract.
Did you know that nearly 70% of the immune system is located in your gut? In order for your immune system to function properly, the gut must be in the best shape possible, however, due to poor nutrition, the overuse of antibiotics and prescription drugs, excessive alcohol consumption, and countless other reasons, gut health is often impaired.
Support your gut and immunity with a little extra boost of L-Glutamine today.
One serving of Fiber G contains 5000 mg of L-Glutamine. We recommend taking 1-2 scoops of Fiber G daily to maintain optimal gut immunity.
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