Why do we have to drink Fiberlax - S ? It improves intestinal health and reduces a risk of bowel cancer. It is good for people who don’t like to eat vegetables and help control weight, blood sugar level and fat.
Dosage: Mix 1 sachet (15 g) with 100 - 120 ml of lukewarm water and drink it.
1 - 2 sachets are recommended. Drink it before or after meal and followed by 1 - 2 glasses of water.
Psyllium Husk powder Psyllium husk powder mostly contains soluble fiber. Soluble is indigestible by human body but it has good benefit for microbe within colon. Microorganisms in human gut can ferment this fibers resulting in Short-Chain Fatty Acids (SCFAs). SCFAs inhibits cholesterol synthesis in the liver thus may lower blood cholesterol. Moreover, it can form gel in water which give sponge effects to detoxify our digestive tract, soften stool and reduce constipation (1)
Fructooligosaccharides Fructooligosaccharides are natural dietary fiber with prebiotic property thus improve Bifidobacteria survival in human gut. Bifidobacteria in colon helps to increase the performance of excretion and relieve constipation. Moreover, it helps to reduce the risk of the osteoporosis disease by increasing the absorption of calcium and magnesium and reduce the risk of atherosclerosis disease by inhibiting the synthesis of triglyceride and fatty acid(2)
Hydrolyzed Guar Gum is soluble fiber but it is not viscous. It has prebiotic property which benefits to the beneficial bacteria, especially Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria. Prebiotic helps to protect the growth of pathogenic bacteria and reduce
Konjac Glucomannan Powder is soluble fiber. It is one of the most viscous dietary fiber because of its water-absorbing ability. It has beneficial effects on glucose levels by reducing glycemic index of foods and also easy constipation. Moreover, it has a prebiotic property. It is fermented by Bifidobacteria and resulting in short chain fatty acids (SCFAs). SCFAs helps to reduce cholesterol level, reduce the risk of cancer, and increase the absorption of calcium and magnesium (4)
45 Types of Mixed Fruits & Vegetables
Fruits and vegetables contain vitamins, minerals, fiber and many other nutrients that are beneficial to the body. Each type has different nutrients and benefits. Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables will reduce the risk of many diseases such as stroke, blood pressure, some cancers, etc., as well as make the body healthy and bright skin.
Vitamin A has a role in body growth, contributes to the maintenance of normal vision, mucous membranes, iron metabolism, immune system and skin.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) contributes to normal- energy yielding metabolism from carbohydrate, function of muscle, nervous system and heart.
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) contributes to normal- energy yielding metabolism from carbohydrate, protein and fat, normal function of the nervous system, mucous membranes, maintenance of red blood cells, skin, vision and metabolism of iron.
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) contributes to maintenance of normal mucous membrane of GI tract and normal skin, normal-energy yielding metabolism from carbohydrate, protein and fat and the nervous system.
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) contributes to normal red blood cell formation, normal function of the nervous system, energy-yielding metabolism, protein and glycogen metabolism and immune system.
Vitamin C contributes to strengthen blood vessels, protection of cells from oxidative stress, collagen formation for the normal function of cartilage, bones, gums, skin and teeth.
Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.
Folic acid contributes to normal red blood formation, amino acid synthesis and the immune system.
L-Cystein is a type of amino acid supporting strength of protein structure which is the keratin protein to build healthy hair, skin and nail. Moreover, L-cysteine helps activate glutathione building and has antioxidant giving immune system and reduce a risk of cancer (6)
Glycine is an amino acid that helps create protein which is needed for growth and tissues maintenance system. It also nourishes central nervous system and digestive system and reduces blood sugar level (7)
L- Glutamine L- Glutamine is an essential amino acid, and it is the most plentiful amino acid in the body. It supports intestinal health and healing benefit. Moreover, it activates protein synthesis,muscle building and supports the of growth pituitary hormone (8)
Oat Bran Powder Oat bran powder contains beta-glucan which has various benefits for health. Oat bran is a type of soluble fiber automatically absorbing LDL cholesterol within the body. It helps reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels, promotes healthy gut bacteria and increases feelings of fullness. Moreover, it can lower the risk of heart disease. (9) *Available in Fiberlax S
*Fiberlax-S Plus has been developed a new formula. by not using ingredients that may
for some consumers to have an allergic reaction and using erythritol as a sweetener
(Erithritol) with a low glycemic index (Low Glycemic Index)
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