What is Fiber?

According to the USDA, dietary fiber is the nondigestible form of carbohydrates and lignin that occurs naturally in plants. Foods that are higher in fiber are vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts and whole grains. Common forms of whole grains include: whole wheat, oats, rye, barley, corn, brown and wild rice, buckwheat, cracked wheat and quinoa. According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans in 2010 from the USDA, the daily adequate intake of fiber is 14 grams per 1000 calories. The recommended daily amount of fiber per day is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men. The average intake of fiber per day averages around 15 grams which is well below the recommended amount.

Olivamine10 Prebiotic Fiber

• No grit, no lumps, no flavor

• Dissolves quickly and clearly in any hot or cold drink

• Vegetarian and free of citrus, egg, gluten, milk, sodium, soy, wheat, yeast, added sugars, starch, synthetic dye, artificial flavor and preservatives

• Will not change the texture, taste or color of your favorite soft food or beverage

• Can be added to yogurt, soup, oatmeal, pudding, mashed potatoes, juice, sauces, etc.

• Glycemic index of less than 5

• 10 grams of soluble fiber per scoop or packet

• Source is digestion resistant maltodextrin

• Good for all ages

• A natural way to support proper bowel function, help maintain cholesterol, triglyceride and blood sugar levels that are already within normal range and aid with health intestinal microflora (probiotics)

For more information on Olivamine10 Prebiotic Fiber

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