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Eating sufficient fiber can reduce your risk of heart disease and diabetes, improve digestive health, and prevent weight gain.

 
 
There are 3 obvious signs that indicate that you’re 
NOT getting enough Fiber in your daily diet.
 
 
1. You’re constipated
A diet that is sufficient in dietary fiber will help to soften your stools and make the waste in your body move through the digestive tract faster so that it can be eliminated efficiently
 
2. You have high cholesterol
Fiber can help to lower your cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease
 
3. You’re always hungry
When you eat fiber, you stay full longer and are less prone to food cravings



The Institute of Medicine revealed that women need 25 grams of fiber per day while men need 38 grams of fiber per day. However, the average adult only eats 15 grams of fiber per day

 
The National Health Services (NHS) further showed that 2 to 5-year-olds need 15g of fiber, 5 to 11-year-olds need 20g of fiber, 11 to 16-year-olds need 25 g of fiber, and 16 to 18-year-olds need 30g of fiber per day. 
 

The importance of dietary Fiber

 

 

Eating sufficient dietary fiber can bring down blood cholesterol levelsreduce the risk of heart diseasehelp manage diabetesincrease weight lossprevent constipation and colon cancer, and improve skin health.
 

Soluble fiber and insoluble fiber

 

Dietary fiber can only be found in foods that come from plants such as fruitsvegetablesnuts, and grainsFood including meat, fish, and dairy products such as milk and eggs do not contain any fiber.
 
There are two different types of dietary fiber – soluble fiber and insoluble fiber.
 
Soluble fiber dissolves in water and helps soften the stools to make them easier to pass, which may help to prevent or treat constipation. It can also help to reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood. Foods that contain soluble fibre include fruits such as bananas and oranges. 

 

 

Insoluble fibre does not dissolve in water. It passes through the gut and helps other foods to move through the digestive system more easily. Insoluble fibre helps to keep the bowels healthy and prevent digestive problems. Foods that are good sources of insoluble fibre include bran and wholemeal bread. 

 



The miraculous Psyllium Husk

 

Pysllium husk is the husk of the seed from the Plantago plant. It contains a spongy fibre that is able to bind to fatty acids and cholesterol from the diet to reduce the appetiteimprove digestion, and boost intestinal health

 

 

As pysllium husk passes through the body, it turns into a gel which expands and expedites the collection of waste products through the intestine.
 
Psyllium husk contains 78g (per 100g) of dietary fiber material per 100g compared to oats which contain only 11g (per 100g) of fiber, and pineapples which contain 1.4g (per 100g) of fiber. 
 
Psyllium husk is unique because it contains both soluble and insoluble fiber. It is 100% natural and 100% pure. 
 
Pysllium husk helps to:


Promote regular bowel movement

 

Fiber is a natural cleanser that helps to clean the intestinal track by increasing the bulk of the stools while helping to soften them to promote smooth and easy bowel movements.
 

Improve skin health

 

A lack of fiber in our daily diet will burden and overwork the liver, harming the body’s ability to remove toxins effectively. The body will then be forced to eliminate toxins via the skin which could result in acnerasheseczema, and liver spots.
 

Regulate cholesterol levels

 

Cholesterol clings to fiber as it passes through the digestive system and gets flushed out of the body and down the toilet. Research shows that people who get an adequate intake of fiber are less likely to die of coronary heart disease
 

Manage blood sugar levels

 

Fiber helps to keep the blood sugar steady as it takes longer to digest and is converted to fuel less quickly than carbohydrates. Studies have found that people who eat high-fiber foods are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes.  
 

Promote healthy weight management

Fiber helps to reduce the appetite as it breaks down more slowly than other nutrients and keeps you satiated for longer so that you don’t overeat.

 

FiberTalk is essential for good health

 

 

FiberTalk is a fiber-rich powdered beverage made from psyllium huskbanana, and orange to effectively regulate bowel movements, improve skin healthregulate cholesterol levelsmanage blood sugar levels, and promote healthy weight management
 

FiberTalk is perfect for:

People who often dine out and consume fast food and processed food


Many diets are low in fiber which can result in gastrointestinal problemsconstipation, and weight gain.

 

People who eat a lot of meat


Meat, milk, and eggs do not contain any fiber, so it is essential for meat lovers to get an adequate intake of fiber every day.

People who lack dietary fiber


An adequate intake of fiber is essential to achieve a healthy body and maintain a slim figure.

FiberTalk is a fantastic source of fiber that contains both soluble and insoluble fiber to promote a clean and healthy digestive system. About half an hour before each meal, have a glass of FiberTalk as an easy way to increase your fiber consumption.

 

 

Make FiberTalk an important part of your daily diet and let FiberTalk do the talking for your body today! 

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