Keeping your digestion on track this spring doesn’t have to involve drinking thick, cloudy fiber solutions. Holistic pharmacist Sherry Torkos demonstrated on Portland’s AM Northwest how Sunfiber dissolves crystal clear in water. Best of all, Sunfiber has no unpleasant side effects. It supports digestive health without the gas, bloating and other side effects common with high-fiber foods or other supplements.
Very few Americans are meeting the recommended daily fiber intake. The Institute of Medicine recommends 27 to 30 grams of fiber daily, but the average American diet contains less than 20 grams of daily fiber. Sunfiber is a worry-free way to help you meet the requirement, so you can remain at your very best.
Torkos demonstrated how easy it is to add Sunfiber to your daily routine. “I put a scoop of Sunfiber in this glass of water about 20 minutes ago, and stirred it up. You can see it’s still clear.” Sunfiber can also be added to coffee, juice or any other non-carbonated beverage. It may also be used in cooking and baking. The flavorless, odorless powder dissolves fast, and won’t alter the taste or texture of foods or drinks.
Clear-mixing Sunfiber helps maintain digestive health and supports microflora balance. “It’s a truly regulating fiber,” explained Torkos. “It helps with both occasional constipation and diarrhea.” Sunfiber slows down the rate of digestion by delaying the emptying of your stomach. In addition to promoting regularity, this prebiotic guar-based fiber supplement helps manage blood sugar levels. It also provides a healthy satiety effect, which may help in weight control. Sunfiber also helps lower LDL, or ‘bad’ cholesterol.
Sunfiber is less likely to cause gas or bloating, enabling you to easily increase your daily fiber intake without fear of having to quickly leave the room because of embarrassing side effects. Sunfiber is available online, and is also included in many products at GNC and Tomorrow’s Nutrition.