Put the brakes on mindless snacking (and keep the pounds off)
Why do you head straight to the kitchen for a snack after work, or empty the chip bowl while watching TV? Why do you hunt for something sweet after a healthy meal? It’s not because you’re hungry. You’re just not feeling satisfied. Those unneeded calories can add up quickly, leading to extra pounds and inches. Achieving satiety – or that feeling of being full – helps you cut down on your mindless snacking. Sunfiber helps provide that contented feeling. Studies have shown Sunfiber’s soluble fiber helps people feel fuller after meals. Without the constant urge to snack, you may find the pounds melt away.
Calories alone don’t help you feel full. Many breakfast foods have the same amount of calories, but that bowl of oatmeal does a better job of stopping the mid-morning munchies than a slice of white toast. Foods high in fiber, protein or water help you stave off hunger and achieve satiety. Foods rich in soluble fiber, such as beans and peas are especially helpful, as they slow down the digestion of food, keeping you feeling fuller longer. Unfortunately, most of us don’t consume enough daily fiber. The average adult consumes just 15 grams daily, far short of the 25 -38 grams of daily fiber recommended by the Institute of Medicine.
The Sunfiber difference
Sunfiber is pure partially hydrolyzed guar gum (PHGG). This gluten-free soluble fiber helps you achieve satiety, and reduce that mindless snacking. Sunfiber’s unique composition also helps control blood sugar, which may also help reduce your cravings.
Studies have also shown that soluble fiber helps lower blood cholesterol levels. The U.S Department of Health and Human Services reports that 5 to 10 grams of soluble fiber per day may reduce your LDL (bad) cholesterol by up to five percent.
Unlike other fiber supplements, Sunfiber’s PHGG is a helpful prebiotic which supports the beneficial bacteria residing in your gut. This also helps prevent the uncomfortable gas, bloating and diarrhea associated with some other fiber supplements.