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Organic Triple Fiber

The Fiber 35 Diet triple-fiber supplement:

  • 100% organic flax, oat, and acacia fibers—no harsh psyllium
  • Provides an optimum ratio of insoluble and soluble fiber
  • Helps support healthy weight loss, heart, and digestive health ǂ
  • Recommended for those following a high fiber diet

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High Fiber Diet—Fiber 35 Diet

Fiber is no longer just your grandmother’s nutrient thanks to the Fiber 35 Diet. New research has shed light on fiber’s many health benefits, and a high intake of this vital nutrient is now a health priority for all. Okay, you say. No problem. My digestion seems regular enough—I get plenty of fiber.

The truth is that most of us are NOT getting enough fiber in our daily diet.

The Fiber 35 diet recommends 35 grams of daily fiber to help support regular digestion, detoxification, and heart health, not to mention to help you lose weight and keep it off. Most Americans are getting a mere 10-15g of fiber each day. This low number is taking its toll on our digestive health, heart health, and on our weight. Fiber is one of the most basic and vital nutrients and it’s missing from many of the foods we eat.

But I’m Sure I Eat Enough Fiber…

Try this fun fiber exercise: start a list in the morning of all the fiber you consume per meal. Check the fiber content on your bread, pasta, and other food packages and use this quick list for the fresh foods you eat:

  • Apple 5g
  • Orange 7g
  • Banana, broccoli, beans 4g
  • Lettuce/spinach 2g
  • Other salad veggies, 1-2g total

Do a final tally at the end of the day, paying special attention to how many servings of fiber you’ve eaten (packaged foods list fiber in grams per serving). Did you reach the magic number, 35? Odds are that unless you are already on a high fiber diet, you averaged about 17g, which is half The Fiber 35 Diet’s recommended intake.

It is difficult to obtain the amount of fiber you need from food alone and few people achieve this. Adding a balanced fiber supplement to your daily diet can help you meet the optimum goal of 35 grams.

Why 35?

After years of in-depth research and professional/personal trials, Brenda Watson, CNC and national health educator, arrived at an optimum fiber intake number of 35 grams daily. Health experts and researchers support this number, with some recommending even more fiber. Brenda’s research helped her settle on a reasonable yet fiber-rich number that can be met each day by the average person eating a healthy diet.

Brenda Watson’s research, diet plans, and recommendations are detailed in her New York Times bestselling book, The Fiber 35 Diet.

The Fiber 35 Diet pays special attention to what kinds of fiber we are getting, as well as how much. We need both types of important fiber in our diet and supplements to promote maximum results.

  • Insoluble Fiber is the fiber type we think of when we think fiber. This is the roughage fiber that moves waste through the intestines and helps you stay “regular.” Insoluble fiber also supports healthy toxin removal from the digestive tract, helping to maintain a detox process that benefits the whole body from the liver to the skin. Insoluble fiber helps regulate pH levels in the intestines too, supporting an optimum pH that keeps the intestines healthy.
  • Soluble Fiber is the less known fiber type, but just as important. Soluble fiber actually helps slow the time it takes for food to empty from the stomach, keeping blood sugar more level. This fiber type helps lower cholesterol, reducing your risk of heart disease, and it binds with fatty acids which are the building blocks of fats.

Weight Loss Benefits of Fiber
Together, both fiber types help to control your appetite and help you lose weight with the triple-threat approach:

  • Fiber boosts volume in the stomach without bloating, helping you to eat less.
  • Fiber actually burns calories. Through The Fiber Flush Effect, fiber helps you eliminate a potential 7 calories for every gram of fiber you eat. That’s 245 calories a day on a 35g fiber diet, and you don’t have to do another minute of exercise to get this benefit!
  • Fiber activates your anti-hunger hormone. This hormone, called CCK, signals your body that you are full so you stop eating. Fiber helps boost levels of CCK in your body so that you eat less without feeling deprived. In fact, you’re eating exactly as much as you should be eating to maintain your ideal weight when you’re on a high fiber diet.

We need to be consuming both types of fiber—soluble and insoluble—to see the many benefits fiber has to offer. Some dietary sources of soluble fiber include oat bran, apples, barley, beets, carrots, cranberries, lentils, oranges, and peas. Sources of insoluble fiber include whole grain breads, cereals, oatmeal, and pastas, wheat bran, potatoes (skin), flax seed, cauliflower/broccoli, and fruits skins.

Your Fiber 35 Diet supplement should contain a balance of both types of fiber and none of the harsh psyllium fiber sources that can cause gas, bloating, and cramping. Good sources of supplementary fiber include flax seed, oat, and acacia fiber, which is sourced from the acacia tree. If you’re looking to boost the amount of soluble fiber you consume each day, consider a 100% organic acacia fiber supplement that mixes clear into liquids and foods without changing taste or texture.