Morning TV’s list of top health food finds includes Sunfiber

egistered holistic nutritionist and author Andrea Donsky, Top Health Food Finds

November 13, 2018

The hottest healthy foods were revealed on Toronto Breakfast Television. Sunfiber was included, as were trendy hemp-based protein and bone broth. Registered holistic nutritionist and author Andrea Donsky, who revealed the list, called Sunfiber her “favorite fiber.”

Sunfiber has a Health Canada-approved claim for its effectiveness in managing IBS symptoms, as well as its ability to relieve intestinal issues related to childhood constipation. 

Many of us don’t get enough daily fiber in our diet. “Getting that 25 to 35 grams of fiber a day can be a challenge,” said Donsky who explained that Sunfiber has 6 grams of soluble fiber per serving. She then demonstrated how Sunfiber mixes invisibly into water. After tasting the crystal-clear solution, the show’s host agreed: “There’s no chalkiness, no grit, nothing.”

Sunfiber can also be added to other beverages and food. “You can put it in your morning cup of coffee or bottle of water and walk around with it all day long,” explained Donsky further exciting the show’s host Dina Pugliese who added, “It helps fill you and keeps you regular without all the bloat.”

Andrea Donsky is a Nutritionist, Entrepreneur, Menopause Educator, and Menopause Researcher, compensated to provide her professional opinions.

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