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Not everyone understands the connection. Fibre is important for maintaining regularity, helping our bodies eliminate toxins through the colon. Quite straightforward really.
In a world with an increasingly processed diet, not everyone is consuming enough fibre. The experts suggest at least 25 grams per day.
Low-fibre diets can contribute to constipation, thereby prolonging the time that toxins remain in the colon. Fibre is also important for maintaining a healthy digestive tract and balanced gut flora.
Add fibre to morning smoothies by adding fresh berries, coconut shreds, or ground flaxseeds. Add nuts and seeds to salads or morning cereals such as oatmeal. Try bean-based soups, reduce starches - like potatoes and white rice - and add more cooked vegetables and salads. Instead of eggs and potatoes for breakfast, select black beans and salsa or sautéed veggies. Eat whole fruits, nuts, and seeds for snacks.
Or you could try USANA's Fibergy Plus. It contains 12g of dietary fibre per serving, with psyllium (a rich source of soluble fibre to promote bowel movement) and inulin (an insoluble fibre and prebiotic to feed healthy bacteria in the digestive tract). Add to your smoothies, sprinkle on cereal, or use as a bonding agent in meatballs!
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