and nutritional experts recommend an increased consumption of dietary fibre and
lower intake of fat and calories to maintain good health. Unfortunately, the typical
Western diet tends to be high in fat and low in fibre-rich foods.|
Fibre is the indigestible carbohydrate residue found in foods.
There are two types: soluble and insoluble. Soluble is soft and mushy - for instance
beans and porridge; insoluble is hard and coarse, such as wheat bran.
foods are high in fibre?
Natural foods are usually high in fibre, ie. wholegrains,
nuts, seeds, fruit and vegetables.
What happens to fibre in the body?
passes through the stomach into the digestive tract, and on to the large bowel
intact where it absorbs water and other waste materials, then it passes as stools.
good does fibre do?
Fibre obtained from natural sources such as fruit and
vegetable sources helps to slow down the absorption of sugar into the blood, which
in turn help to maintain energy levels. It also increases the speed at which foods
pass through the digestive system, which creates a healthier environment and increases
the production of intestinal bacteria, producing a softer stool.
is the recommended daily amount?
For optimum performance, between 25 and
35 grams is recommended. At present, the amount consumed in a typical European
diet is just 12-15 grams.
What happens if not enough fibre is consumed?
shows that a lack of fibre in the diet is a factor in many health challenges.
can Lipobond Tablets help?|
The unique blend of active fibres and sodium
choleate can help maintain the process of elimination and assist in the emulsification
of fat for digestion. They can also help curb your appetite to snack.
Sodium Choleate (Beef derivative) - Lipid
Emulsifier - assists in the emulsification of fats for digestion.
Fibre - Cellulose,
apple, orange and oat
- Cellulose is found in bran, fruit, vegetables,
wholemeal bread and beans, nuts and seeds. Experts believe that it may help to
dilute and flush out wastes from the intestinal tract.
contain a higher proportion of fibre compared to many other fruit and vegetables.
Approximately 4 grams of fibre in one apple compared to 0.8grams in half a pineapple
One small orange contains approximately 1.6 grams of fibre
Oat fibre is extra high in soluble fibre which research reveals may help to
support a healthy blood supply.
One to two tablets to be taken three
times daily, preferably half an hour before meals - with a full glass of water.
Recommended dosage should not be exceeded.
NOTE: Before using this product,
it is advisable, especially for children and persons with any type of gastrointestinal
disturbances, to consult a physician.
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