Fiber and health

Dietetic fiber is an important part of our diet, it cannot be digested. There are two kind of fibers that are considered very important for the functioning of the bowel.

  • Soluble fiber. Its main function is to restore the bowel transit. Oat, barley, beans, green peas as well as several fruits and the agave fructans of Fiber Primeâ are a rich source of soluble fiber.
  • Insoluble fiber. It does not dissolve in water and is quickly removed by the digestive system and it states intact. This kind of fiber adds volume to the stools and helps food pass quickly through stomach and guts. This kind of fiber promotes the movement of the food material through the digestive system and increases the volume of the stools. That is why it may be so beneficial for those who suffer from constipation or do not evacuate regularly. Integral flour, bran, nuts, beans and vegetables, as well as the cauliflower, string beans and potatoes are great sources of insoluble fiber.

The addition of fiber to the diet is very simple, and a diet rich in fiber may provide excellent benefits to your health and your family’s health in the short and long term.

  • Helps control the sugar levels on blood.
  • Produces fullness feel.
  • Improves the intestinal transit.
  • May help to decrease cholesterol and glucose levels on the blood.

Remember to consume dietary fiber foods in a daily basis in order to maintain an optimal health condition and to prevent illnesses and digestive problems.

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