Fibres & Cleanser products

Some foods contain substantial amounts of fibre, particularly cereals, pulses and some fruit and vegetables.

Fibre is an indigestible complex carbohydrate (used to be called starch) and is either water-soluble or water-insoluble. Soluble fibre is absorbed by the body and may help to maintain normal cholesterol levels. Insoluble fibre is not absorbed by the body but acts as a bulking agent to help maintain regular movements and intestinal health.

Most people don't eat the recommended 18g of fibre each day, so they may find that a fibre supplement is the most practical way to up their daily intake.

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