Canadian daytime TV explains why a morning shake helps fight fatigue


August 2, 2016

There are ways to beat that lazy, sluggish feeling that are actually good for you. Alternative health expert Bryce Wylde told viewers of Cityline, Canada’s most successful and longest-running women’s daytime TV show, that beating fatigue may be as easy as improving your digestion. This international health pro shared a recipe for a nutritious morning shake that included belly-friendly Sunfiber. We were thrilled when he explained why Sunfiber is a better choice than other fiber supplements.
Blending a healthy morning shake can give your body the nutrients it needs to stay energized throughout the day. “When I build my shake in the morning,” said Wylde, “I call it the smorgasbord. I throw in any nut butter that I might have, such as cashew nut butter. I put in a scoop of protein powder and then fiber to slow down the absorption.” The right fiber helps the body moderate blood glucose levels. Harmful sugar spikes may drain energy.
Wylde explained what to look for in a fiber supplement. “This is a soluble fiber called Sunfiber. Look for this as an ingredient,” he said. “It’s tasteless and odorless. And it’s a regulating fiber.” Regulating fibers help food move through your system at just the right pace, helping with both occasional constipation and diarrhea. “When we’re sluggish and fatigued, we’re also often not going right,” said Wylde. “That may cause re-absorption of toxins.”
The host then asked if psyllium, common in some fiber supplements, is the same as Sunfiber. Wylde explained that there are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. “Soluble means it will get into your system. It helps (lower) cholesterol. And it will regulate your transit time.” Sunfiber is a soluble fiber. Insoluble fiber passes through your digestive system close to its original form. “The psyllium stuff is really more of a bulking agent,” explained Wylde. “It can sometimes irritate, and cause bloating and gas.”

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