The product Pro-Fiber E.F.A. has an optimal balance of different types of natural fibers, fruit- and oligosaccharides, and vitamins. It provides effective cleansing of the digestive tract; promotes normalization of intestinal microbial flora, and increases absorption of nutrients.
Healthy Digestion Program
This dietary supplement improves secretion and normalizes function of the gastro-intestinal tract – keeping you regular.
It helps reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
This product reduces the risk of obesity and helps in detoxification; restores the normal balance of intestinal microbial flora.
Mix one scoop (21.6 g) with 8 oz. of water or juice daily.
Indigestible parts of vegetal origin are commonly referred to as fiber or dietary fiber. A mixture of fibers (cellulose, acacia, oat fibers, guar gum, apple pectin, citrus pectin, and oat bran) is the main active component of this product.
As vegetal fibers pass through the gastrointestinal tract they stimulate numerous vital processes. Consumption of fiber is a preventative measure against atherosclerosis as it helps flush cholesterol. Another beneficial effect of fiber is that it prevents rapid absorption of glucose in the small intestine, thus preventing rapid changes of blood sugar. The fibers are further classified as soluble and insoluble. Both types are indispensable components of a healthy diet.
An insoluble fiber, such as cellulose, activates intestinal motility and speeds up the progress of food through the intestinal tract.
Soluble fiber, such as oat bran, flax seed, guar gum, gum arabic, and pectin – normalize carbohydrate and fat metabolism and prevents overeating. Citrus and apple pectins are binding and promote the excretion of heavy metals, toxins, and cholesterol.
FOS are not digested in the stomach and reach the colon virtually unchanged, where they stimulate the growth and activity of beneficial bifidobacteria.
Beta-carotene is a precursor of vitamin A that improves digestion and helps restore damaged mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract.