There are simple things that you can do to amp up your energy this fall. Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler suggests taking care of your insides by taking a fiber supplement. Appearing on ABC’s Valley View Live, the author told Las Vegas viewers to consider Regular Girl, a synbiotic blend of Sunfiber and probiotics. This […]
Fall’s shorter days encourage many of us to curl up on the couch after a long day at work. Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler, DCN, MS, RD, FACSM, however, has a better idea. If you need an energy boost, trade your remote control for some Regular Girl. This fiber supplement is a synbiotic blend of […]
If you’re feeling sluggish, it may not be because of the recent time change. Perhaps you should consider what you’re doing in the bathroom. Registered dietitian nutritionist Felicia Stoler, DCN, MS, RD, FACSM told Minneapolis KARE 11 News that staying regular may boost your energy this fall. Fiber supplements may help you get that balance […]
Certified personal trainer Johnny Gillespie knows that if you feel sluggish, then you’re less motivated to work out. In his latest blog, he talks about various factors that may contribute to digestive issues including dehydration and diet. While increasing your fruit and vegetable intake is certainly a healthy way to get more fiber, it is […]
Sunfiber is a truly regulating dietary fiber that helps to normalize the digestive system. It is clinically shown to be effective at regulating occasional diarrhea and occasional constipation. Sunfiber is an excellent prebiotic for maintaining digestive health and microflora balance. It is tasteless, colorless, odorless, gluten free, and 100% water-soluble.
People whose bodies are unaccustomed to getting sufficient dietary fiber – from food or fiber supplements – may sometimes experience gas, bloating and/or diarrhea. Those side effects are virtually non-existent with Sunfiber.
Most adults do not get the recommended daily requirement of dietary fiber: 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men. Some signs of fiber insufficiency include constipation, flatulence, frequent upset stomach and hemorrhoids. If you follow a gluten-free diet, you may be at an even greater risk for a dietary fiber deficiency.
Yes. Sunfiber can be added to recipes for baked goods as well as savory foods without affecting their taste, aroma or consistency. It is also an excellent smoothie ingredient.
Sunfiber can be purchased at major health and natural products retailers including Tomorrow’s Nutrition, GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Whole Foods, Drugstore.com and Life Extension.