Acacia Fiber | What it is, and how it helps restore the gut lining:
In today’s video I’ll be going over how to restore the gut lining, and what type of fiber is best for that. Fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet. High-fiber diets have demonstrated connections to health advantages like enhanced metabolism and cardiovascular well-being.
Soluble fiber and insoluble fiber are two main types of dietary fiber, each with distinct characteristics and health benefits. Soluble fiber, as the name suggests, dissolves in water to form a gel-like substance. This property slows down digestion, contributing to a feeling of fullness. It also regulates blood sugar levels by delaying the absorption of glucose. Soluble fiber is particularly known for its positive impact on heart health. It helps lower cholesterol levels, reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Good sources of soluble fiber include oats, legumes (beans and lentils), fruits (such as apples and citrus fruits), and certain vegetables (like carrots and broccoli).
There is also a number of fiber supplements on the market, but the one that has shown to be superior is acacia fiber. Acacia fiber works as a prebiotic in the human digestive system and can significantly increase levels of good bacteria in the gut. Prebiotics are used as food by probiotics to grow and flourish in the gut. We offer a line of advanced fiber products so make sure to check those out! Whether you’re dealing with poor digestive health or just need more fiber in your diet, you will want to try one of our advanced fiber products.
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