That plant substance we might want to eat volumes of in order to keep regular.
25 grams daily volume of.
Fiber helps us to naturally remove toxins. It also binds with cholesterol-rich bile acids, preventing them from being absorbed into the body
The typical American diet just doesn’t “get” fiber.
I remember when I was first introduced to the concept of eating raw foods.
When someone recommended to me the ideal volume of raw one might strive to eat daily I was stunned…
Are you ready?
Have you had your FOUR cups of raw vegetables today?
MOST folks don’t eat this way.
Eating raw foods is one fiber source.
Fiber supplementation can also be of value
If you have diverticulosis, high cholesterol, stomach problems, are overweight, irregular, bloated, have poor complexion, colon cancer, hemmorrhoids, colitis, chronic constipation or hunger pangs you may benefit from supplementing fiber
Not all fiber supplements are equal. Our fiber contains the most soluable fiber on the market. Havingboth soluble and insoluable fiber is important. Our fiber was also clinically tested at Stanford University of Medicine.
Benefits of Fiber include:
reduces the risk of some kinds of cancer
helps control blood cholesterol levels
reduces the risk of heart disease
helps maintain stable blood sugar levels
promotes regularity essential for colon health
helps remove toxins from the body
Tests prove our fiber lowers total cholesterol by 33 points in just four weeks! Clinically tested at Stanford University School of Medicine.
above sourced from nutrition and you
I have worked with handfuls of clients who have taken on lowering their cholestorol via supplementation by adding our fiber and the results have been consistant and successful
Our companies clinical research lists these studies under the category of Fiber
Correlation of Gastrointestinal Transit Time to Fecal Weight in Adult Humans at Two Levels of Fiber Intake. Spiller, Wong, Whittam, Scala. Nutr Rep Int 1982;25:23-30.
Modification of Human Fecal Steroid Excretion by a Dietary Fiber Supplement. Story, Petro, Spiller, Wong, Whittam, Scala. Fed Proc. 1983;42:A4512 (abstract).
Effect of Four Levels of Hard Wheat Bran on Fecal Composition and Transit Time in Healthy Young Women. Spiller, Wong, Nunes, et al. Fed Proc 1984;43:392 (abstract).
Modification of Fecal Steroid Excretion in Humans by Hard Red Wheat Bran. Story, Petro, Furumoto, Scala, Spiller. XIII International Congress of Nutrition, Brighton, UK 1985 (abstract).
Subjective Evaluation of Satiety After Fiber Consumption. Wookey, Jensen, Moshrefi, Spiller. Fed Proc 1986;45:A2575 (abstract).
Effect of Increasing Levels of Hard Wheat Fiber on Fecal Weight, Minerals, Steroids and Gastrointestinal Transit Time in Healthy Young Women. Spiller, Story, Wong et al. J Nutr 1986;116:778-85.
Effects of Solid and Liquid Guar Gum on Plasma Cholesterol and Triglyceride and Triglyceride Concentrations in Moderate Hypercholesterolemia. Superko, Haskell, Sawrey-Kubicek, Farquhar. Am J Cardiol 1988;62:51-5.
The Effect of Three Doses of a Water Soluble Dietary Fiber (WSDF) Mixture on Plasma Cholesterol in Humans. Spiller, Jensen, Gates, Nichols, Whittam. International Symposium on Multiple Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease, Washington DC 1990 (abstract).
Plasma Cholesterol-Lowering Efficacy of a Mixture of Water Soluble Dietary Fibers (WSDF) Compared to Guar Gum. International Symposium on Multiple Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease, Washington DC 1990 (abstract).
The Relationship of Water Soluble Dietary Fiber (WSDF) Structure to Plasma Cholesterol-Lowering Efficacy in Humans. Spiller, Jensen, Gates, Nichols, Whittam. International Symposium on Multiple Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease, Washington DC 1990 (abstract).
Role of Water-Soluble Dietary Fiber in the Management of Elevated Plasma Cholesterol in Healthy Subjects. Haskell, Spiller, Jensen, Ellis, Gates. Am J Cardiol 1992;69:433-9.
The Effect of Acacia Gum Versus a Mixture of Water-Soluble Dietary Fibers on Blood Lipids in Humans. Jensen, Spiller, Gates, Miller, Whittam. FASEB J 1992;6:A1654 (abstract).
The Effect of Acacia Gum Versus a Mixture of Water-Soluble Dietary Fibers on Blood Lipids in Humans. Jensen, Spiller, Gates, Miller, Whittam. J Am Coll Nutr 1993;12:147-54.
Long-term Effects of Water-Soluble Dietary Fiber in the Management of Hypercholesterolemia in Healthy Men and Women. Jensen, Haskell, Whittam. Am J Cardiol 1997;79:34-37.