Daily Fiber B Natural Psyllium and Rice Fiber Supplement

Daily Fiber B Natural Psyllium and Rice Fiber Supplement

Provides 445 grams, 30 Servings

Daily Fiber B is a natural fiber supplement with a balanced combination of soluble and insoluble fiber to support regularity and help with occasional constipation.* It features both psyllium seeds and husks that are 100% organic and free of contaminants commonly found in other psyllium sources, along with rice bran, pectin, and other key ingredients to support gastrointestinal health.*

Occasional constipation is one of the most common digestive complaints we see in our patients. It can be caused by a number of factors, including stress, dehydration, and an unhealthy diet or lifestyle choices. Insufficient dietary fiber can slow down bowel transit time and affect the internal environment in the digestive tract. Adequate daily fiber supports smooth, daily bowel movements, prevents occasional constipation, and encourages healthy gastrointestinal microflora balance.

Soluble vs Insoluble Fiber

Soluble fiber partially dissolves in water and forms a gel-like consistency in the digestive tract. This helps to slow the absorption of glucose (sugar) into the bloodstream, supporting healthy blood sugar and insulin levels. Soluble fiber has also been shown to bind cholesterol in the digestive tract, helping to keep cholesterol in a healthy range.

Insoluble fiber does not dissolve in water and comes from the cell walls of plant matter. It is not digested and supports healthy intestines and regularity.

Both soluble and insoluble fiber are necessary to maintain regularity and healthy bowel function.

How much fiber do I need?

The USDA recommends:

  • 38 grams of fiber daily for males ages 19-50
  • 25 grams per day for females ages 19-50

Other health institutions recommend up to 50 grams per day. Inadequate dietary fiber may contribute to digestive and other issues in the body.

Ingredient Highlights

Psyllium Husks and Seeds

A rich source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, psyllium is an effective natural way to improve bowel regularity and has been shown to outperform other laxatives. A randomized controlled trial found psyllium to have a significant effect among those with bowel irregularity and discomfort. After three months of psyllium supplementation, symptom severity was reduced by 90 points, compared with 49 with a placebo. Studies have also shown that psyllium promotes healthy blood sugar levels.

Rice Bran

Rice bran has been shown to promote healthy blood sugar and blood lipid levels in individuals with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. Extracts of rice bran have also been found to support cardiovascular health, a balanced inflammatory response and a healthy environment in the colon.

Apple Pectin

Apple pectin is a soluble fiber derived from apples that has been found to provide the body with a wide range of benefits:

  • Helps lower cholesterol levels by binding to fatty substances in the digestive tract
  • Supports digestive health and elimination of toxins
  • Supports healthy digestion of fats

Fig (ficus carica)

Figs are a particularly high-fiber food that also provides significant quantities of antioxidants to support health in the colon and throughout the body. Studies support its role in managing constipation due to its rich fiber content.

Prune (Prunus domestica)

Prunes are one of the richest natural sources of fiber as well as phenolic compounds — antioxidants — which may contribute to their benefits for those with constipation and glycemic dysregulation. The antioxidant compounds in prunes have been found to protect against oxidative damage, and they are a rich source of potassium.

How to Use Daily Fiber B

  • Mix 1 scoop 8 ounces of juice or water one to two times daily, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
  • Drink plenty of water when taking Daily Fiber B
  • Prevent gas and bloating by increasing doses slowly, allowing the body time to adjust to higher doses of fiber.

Mix it into your Daily Benefit Protein Shake!

2 Scoops Daily Benefit Protein

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1 Tablespoon Daily Fiber B

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8 ounces Water

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Daily Benefit Shake

To spice up your Daily Benefit detox shake, try these tasty additions:

  • 8 oz. organic unsweetened almond milk instead of water
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon natural extracts like vanilla, almond or coffee
  • 1/2 cup frozen organic berries

More recipes! Substitute Daily Fiber B for Daily Benefit Fiber in any of these delicious drinks:

 

Daily Benefit Chocolate Mint Smoothie 

Daily Benefit Green Monster Smoothie

Daily Benefit Vanilla Berry Smoothie

Cautions

If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your physician before taking this product. Without drinking enough liquid this product may swell in throat, causing blockage or choking. Do not use this product if you have ever had esophageal narrowing or swallowing difficulties. Seek immediate medical help if symptoms of esophageal blockage (chest pain/pressure, regurgitation or difficulty swallowing) occur. May cause allergic reaction in persons sensitive to inhaled or ingested Psyllium.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to treat or cure any disease.



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