Canadian TV host Cheryl Hickey enjoyed a few laughs while discussing the relationship between bowel movements and immune health with alternative health expert Bryce Wylde, BSc, DHMHS, Homeopath. Wylde explained how soluble fiber — his choice was gentle-on-the-gut Sunfiber— may help you maintain gut health and a comfortable regularity. Wylde explained that your gut health and immune health are related: 80 percent of your immune system resides in your gut! Consuming soluble fiber supports your gut health by nourishing your microbiome.
Your poop’s shape, consistency and the bacteria within it, are all indicators of your gut health. Wylde told viewers to look up the Bristol Stool Chart to see what’s considered normal. If you aren’t pooping at least once every three days, and if it’s not going into the toilet bowl like an Olympic diver, keep reading!
Getting enough fiber can help you get those healthy movements. You could try to eat the six cups of fruits and vegetables that Wylde recommends getting daily by following his 3-S rule: shake, soup and salad. But if you’re still falling short on your fiber intake, he advised viewers to try Sunfiber. Unlike some over-the-counter fiber supplements, Wylde reassures viewers that Sunfiber won’t cause excess gas and bloating.
Clinically proven Sunfiber is a tasteless, odorless soluble fiber that can be mixed with any food or drink to help you reach your daily fiber goal.