02 Fibre - What does it do?

02 Fibre - What does it do?

Hello again ! Hopefully you enjoyed our first issue of out newsletter, and are ready to learn more about a new supplement. Today we're discussing a very important one . . .

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++ Fibre ++

d e f i n i t i o n :

Dietary fibres are a group of substances of plant origin that are neither digested nor absorbed in the human body, and help in the functioning of the digestive and excretory systems. The best dietary sources of fibre are WHOLE GRAINS, SPROUTS, NUTS 🥜, SEEDS 🌱, CABBAGE 🥬, BROCCOLI 🥦 & DRIED FRUIT 🥭. A diet low in fibre results in constipation and digestive problems.


A very important physical characteristic of FIBRE is its ability to swell with water, which stimulates the intestines to excrete waste products and toxins.

🌾 Prevents constipation & helps with diarrhoea

🌾 Aids weight loss (by reducing the feeling of hunger when it swells in the stomach)

🌾 Reduces cholesterol levels & the risk of atherosclerosis

🌾 Regulates blood glucose levels (reduces insulin secretion and helps maintain stable blood sugar levels)

🌾 Helps eliminate toxins, bile acids, heavy metals and even carcinogens from the body

🌾 Protects against caries

🌾 Buffers and binds excess hydrochloric acid in the stomach, enhancing the secretion of digestive juices

🌾 Stimulates intestinal blood supply

P R E C A U T I O N S :

⚠ Dietary fibre in excess can cause diarrhoea, bloating and abdominal pain, or constipation with insufficient water (<2 litres).

⚠ Fibre supplements in excessive quantities can increase their volume so much that they become lodged in the digestive tract

⚠ Fractions of dietary fibres that are soluble in water partly restrict the absorption of iron, zinc and calcium

⚠ Excess fibre may reduce the effectiveness of contraceptive pills, cholesterol-lowering drugs and other drugs. There should be an interval of 2 hours between a fibre-rich meal/supplement and the administration of medication.


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