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Fiber is a complex carbohydrate that can’t be digested by our body, however it plays a vital role for tuning the digestive system. Remember that it only comes from the plant sources. Common supplemental sources of fibre are psyllium seed husks, apple pectin, oat bran and flax seed meal.




The main use of fibre is relieving constipation. They help to promote bulky, soft stools and improve transit time. Fibre is commonly used for the treatment of constipation, diarrhoea, IBS and other digestion related problems.


Bacterial Dysbiosis

Fibre is the food source for stomach friendly bacteria which generates a healthy environment in the gut.



Fibre also initiates removal of toxins in the stools and thus helps in detoxification.



Soluble fibres should be taken with an adequate amount of water.

Please consult your GP if you are already taking any medication for the above conditions.


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