7 Reasons to Take a Fiber Supplement [Even if You’re Not a Bottom]
We all love the benefits that FRESH by Amity Jack fiber supplement gives us for those special occasions in the sack. It keeps us clean and pristine and ready for action and keeps all that worry and cleanup away. But did you know that maintaining and have having regular bowel regiments is only one of the many benefits from getting your daily fiber intake. Fiber can plan an essential role in your digestive track, heart, and skin health, and may improve blood sugar control and weight management.
Check out these 7 other health benefits of taking a dietary fiber supplement:
Blood Sugar Control
Soluble fiber has shown to breakdown carbohydrates and the absorption of sugar. This allows your body to control your blood sugar.
Some studies have shown that there is an inverse association between fiber intake and heart attack. Research shows that those who have a high fiber diet have a 40 percent lower risk of heart disease.
For every 7 grams of more fiber you consume on a daily basis, your stroke risk is reduced by 7 percent.
Weight loss Management
High fiber diets have shown to help weight management and weight loss in obese people. This is likely due to the increased feeling of being full from fiber and slows the carbohydrate metabolism.
Psyllium husk a main ingredient in FRESH, may help move yeast and fungus out of your body, preventing them from being excreted through the skin and triggering acne and rashes.
Diverticulitis & IBS Relief
Insoluble fiber may reduce your risk of diverticulitis – an inflammation of your intestine by up to 40 percent. IBS or irritable bowel syndrome can be helped by providing relief in bowel movement.
Gallstones and Kidney Stones
High-fiber diets may reduce the risk of gallstones and kidney stones, due to the ability to help regulate blood sugar.
Sources for this article : Mercola article “The Health Benefits of Fiber” posted 11/25/2013
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