Herbalife Shapeworks Fibre and Herb tablets combine oat bran and selected herbs, which work together to help encourage the efficient elimination of wastes products from the food we eat. A ‘cleanser’ digestive system can function more effectively, and also help to ensure better absorption of essential nutrients from our food and control blood sugar level.
What is fibre?
Fibre is the indigestible carbohydrate residue found in foods.
There are two types: soluble or insoluble. Soluble is soft and mushy – for instance beans and porridge; insoluble is hard and coarse, such as wheat bran.
Which foods are high in fibre?
Natural foods are usually high in fibre, i.e. whole grains, nuts, seeds, fruit and vegetables.
What happens to fibre in the body?
It passes through the stomach into the digestive tract and on to the large bowel intact where it absorbs water and other waste materials, then is passes as stool.
What are the benefits of fibre for the body?
Fibre obtained from natural sources such as fruit and vegetables sources helps to slow down the absorption of sugar into the blood, which in turn help to maintain energy levels. It also increases the speed at which foods pass through the digestive system, which creates a healthier environment and increases the production of intestinal bacteria, producing the softer stool.
What is the recommended daily amount?
For optimum performance, between 25 and 35 grams is recommended. At present, the amount consumed in the typical healthy diet is just 12-15 grams. One slice of wholemeal bread provides approximately 1.5 grams of fibre.
What happens if not enough fibre is consumed?
Our body is dependent on a good supply of fibre to help with the digestive process and the elimination of waste products from the food we eat. Unfortunately, our modern diet contains a high proportion of highly-processed and often fibre-deficient foods. This lack of fibre hampers the effectiveness of the digestive tract rendering it less efficient in the waste elimination process. Research suggests that this lack of fibre in the diet is the root cause of several digestive related problems.
Oat Fibre (soluble) – extra high in soluble fibre. Oats are beneficial to the colon and good for allaying flatulence and upset stomach. Research shows that regular inclusion of oat husk in the diet is highly effective, suppressing blood cholesterol. It also helps to keep blood sugar and insulin levels steady. Oat fibre increases fecal bulk, benefiting he colon in many ways, including alleviation constipation. As the intestinal track begins to function more efficiently, wastes leave the body and weight reduction can follow.
Fennel – helps to prevent the build up of wastes in the body; among other properties, Herbalists regard fennel as a digestive aid.
Chamomile – known for its calming effect on smooth muscle tissue. Good for assisting the natural digestive process.
Mint – reputed to lessen the amount of time food spends in the stomach, by stimulating the gastric lining.
Parsley – a goon tonic where the digestion is sluggish. Rich source of Vitamin C.
Orange Blossom – soothing properties.
Hibiscus Flower – a useful tonic.
Papaya Fruit – contains proteolytic enzymes that breakdown protein. Good for relieving indigestion.
1. Control Suger level.
2. Maintain healthy weight.
3. High fibre diet control constipation.
Take one or two tablets of Activated Fibre with a full glass of liquid with each of your three meals to get the best results.
Activated Fibre tablets, a blend of dietary fibre’s including citrus and oat, are a convenient way to increase your intake of healthy fibre daily. It is a combination of soluble and insoluble dietary fibre’s that helps curb appetite by providing a feeling of fullness and reducing the indulgence to over eat.
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