Soluble fiber and insoluble fiber
Dietary fiber can only be found in foods that come from plants such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains. Food 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.
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 appetite, improve 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.
FiberTalk contains psyllium husk, a rich source of fiber, as one of its main ingredients.
About half an hour before each meal, have a glass of FiberTalk as an easy way to increase your fiber consumption.
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Consuming psyllium husk on a daily basis can lower LDL cholesterol
FiberTalk is a fiber-rich powdered beverage made from psyllium husk, banana, and orange to effectively regulate bowel movements, improve skin health, regulate cholesterol levels, manage blood sugar levels, and promote healthy weight management.
FiberTalk is a fantastic source of fiber that contains both soluble and insoluble fiber to promote a clean and healthy digestive system.
Psyllium Husk, Banana, and Orange