The main source of dietary fibre is derived from these categories: fruits, vegetables, beans and grains. Dietary fibre is divided into two types: insoluble and soluble fibre. Soluble fibre usually ferments easily. Fermentation benefits the intestines as it provides fuel for microbial proliferation. Soluble fibre prevents the forming polyps or inflammation by maintaining a healthy pH in the intestines, aids in the absorption of certain minerals, and increases the production of friendly bacteria in the colon. Insoluble fibre absorbs water, resulting in bulkier and softer stool.
- Enhances the body’s digestive system, reduces fatigue and increases one’s energy, reduces constipation and the risk of colon cancer.
- Strengthens the immune system and regenerates cells and tissues.
- Lowers cholesterol levels, improves the conditions of cardiovascular problem and reduces the possibility of heart attack.
- Reduces insulin and triglycerides.
- Promotes defecation, improves urination, enhances digestion.
- Prevents coronary heart disease, cancer, diabetes etc.
- Regulates hormone and reduces the risk of having cancer related to hormonal imbalance.
Lemon, Kiwi, Hawthorn, Grape seeds, Green apple, Carrots, Broccoli, Oat Bran, Green tea powder, Spirulina, Alfafa, Seaweed, Enzyme, Flaxseed, Psyllium husk, oligosaccharides.