Fibre

Fibre is made up of the indigestible parts or compounds of plants, which pass relatively unchanged through the stomach and intestines.

Fibre, also called roughage or bulk, is necessary to promote the wavelike contractions that move food through the intestine. Producing more bulk stimulates the transit of waste through the gastrointestinal tract. As fibre passes through the intestine undigested, it absorbs large amounts of water, resulting in larger, softer and bulkier stool. A softer, larger stool can help prevent constipation.

Fibre is made up of the indigestible parts or compounds of plants, which pass relatively unchanged through the stomach and intestines. Fibre, also called roughage or bulk, is necessary to... read more »
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Fibre

Fibre is made up of the indigestible parts or compounds of plants, which pass relatively unchanged through the stomach and intestines.

Fibre, also called roughage or bulk, is necessary to promote the wavelike contractions that move food through the intestine. Producing more bulk stimulates the transit of waste through the gastrointestinal tract. As fibre passes through the intestine undigested, it absorbs large amounts of water, resulting in larger, softer and bulkier stool. A softer, larger stool can help prevent constipation.

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Tatzenladen Organic Psyllium Husks, 100 g DE-ÖKO-003 Tatzenladen Organic Psyllium Husks, 100 g...
Psyllium husks are an excellent source of fibre. When Psyllium Husk comes in contact with water, it swells and forms a gelatinous mass that stimulates the transport of waste through the intestinal tract. Used as a dietary fiber, psyllium...
Content 100 g (€57.50 * / 1000 g)
€5.75 *
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