Journal Of The American Dietetic Association, American Heart Association, Tara discussed on American Medicine Today

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But this sixty seven percent more fiber that must really help to keep things moving talk to me about it. I like the way you put that. And most of my patients aren't getting nearly enough fiber. In fact, according to the journal of the American dietetic association only five percent of us are getting enough fiber. That's a disaster because fiber promotes healthy bowel movement. You know, you need to have a bowel movement at least once a day. That's critical. You have to clean out there TR track. But on top of that fiber promotes healthy cholesterol levels, triglycerides blood sugar, Hattie, promote healthy body, weight many people when they start adding fiber to their diet, they actually drop a few pounds pretty common. It promotes digestion, it promotes absorption of nutrients. It even reduces bad breath and body odors. So fiber is an all around great thing to have the USDA the American Heart Association, National Cancer Institute, the all promote getting more fiber. And if you're not getting enough fiber OJ see has a full five grams of both soluble and insoluble fiber. You eat the food extract the new. Trillions. And then you want to get the waste out of your system rapidly. That's what fiber does for us. Now, doc, I'm looking at the list of ingredients. And it sounds amazing. I mean, you've got the organic blueberries, strawberries, cranberries, the red raspberries. You've added organic broccoli spinach, kale, parsley, wheat grass owed grass green tea Aasa berry apples beets. I mean, you even added a liver support planned, plus a full five grams of fiber. This is quite a list, and it's all organic, right? Oh, yeah. I mean, this is an amazing compilation of nutrients all carefully chosen for this specific benefits that they deliver were talking Tara to the is beats black..

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