Fiber Helps Keep the Munchies at Bay

Oh, to be a kid again: fresh air, no day job, and you can go to the table at nearly any time of day and say, “But I'm not hungry.” Kidding aside, the reason many diet programs are hard to follow is simply that we're always hungry once we try to reduce what we're eating. It's the same reason the idea of doing a cleanse can be very intimidating to some people; we simply don't like trying to make it through the day with the uncomfortable distraction of being hungry all the time. How can you counteract this? In addition to whatever else you're doing to stay on track, make sure you're adding enough fiber to your diet.

Fiber is any carbohydrate that can't be digested by the human body. Commonly called “roughage,” these materials help to feed the gut flora (friendly bacteria), which helps with overall health. More than that, this indigestible material helps you to feel fuller, longer. This can help you to consume less food over the course of the day without feeling hungry all the time. It can also help to prevent weight gain. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition indicated that women who increased their fiber consumption by 8 grams per 1,000 calories consumed were able to prevent weight gain better than their counterparts who were not consuming the extra fiber. This held true over the course of the 24-month study independent of factors such as activity and fat intake.

M'lis Fiber is crafted with wheat bran and psyllium husk powders to maximize its benefits. It's gluten free and easy to take. Gone are the days of choking down a slimy liquid; M'lis Fiber comes in vegetarian capsules that are easy to swallow. In addition to the support of your weight goals, M'lis Fiber also helps to reduce symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), constipation, and diarrhea. It is part of the the M'lis Detoxification Kit to boost your results. You can also add it to your weight loss routine or utilize it as part of your daily supplement regiment to support your overall health.


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