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Herbal Fiberblend provides you approximately one-half your daily fiber intake, plus the benefits of a variety of health herbs.
Herbal Fiberblend is a mixture of fiber and herbs that has been specially formulated for maximum contribution to the daily diet. More than 20 years of research and testing went into the development and perfection of Herbal Fiberblend. Why so long?
It took years of experimenting to get the formula just right. Many different herbs were used in different proportions until the right mixture of fiber and herbs was found. As Dr. Hagiwara tested hundred of plants before determining barley was the best, so we tried numerous herbs and mixtures before deterring the optimum mix. The result? A great product that contributes to your good health.
Two tablespoons (18 grams) of Herbal Fiber Blend contain 12- 13 grams of fiber, and most nutritionists recommend 21-35 grams a day. And because psyllium is the main fiber source in Herbal Fiberblend, most of the fiber in Herbal Fiberblend is soluble fiber.
The herbs in Herbal Fiberblend contain combinations of vitamins, minerals, and flavonoids that add up to 750 percent of the DV for vitamin C, 2 percent of the DV for vitamin A (as beta carotene), 13 percent of the DV for calcium, 4 percent of the DV for iron, 8 percent of the DV for copper, and smaller amounts of secinnamonveral other vitamins and minerals. What's more, this two-tablespoon serving is only 12 calories. Herbal Fiberblend comes in three flavors:cinnamon, raspberry, and lemon.
Using Herbal Fiberblend
Since most people consume less fiber per day than is recommended, you should start out with smaller one-teaspoon (3 g) servings twice a day and gradually increase, over two weeks, to the recommended serving. The recommended serving size per day is based on weight:
Up to 150 pounds (68 kg) 1 tablespoon (9 gr) 150 - 200 pounds (68 - 90 kg) 1.5 tablespoons (14.5 g) 200 pounds or more ( 90 + kg) 2 tablespoons (18 g) Children should start out with 0.5 (1.5 g) teaspoon a day and gradually increase to 1 (3 g) teaspoon per day.
Remember that the more fiber you consume, the more water you should consume. Try and drink eight glasses of water per day while using Herbal Fiberblend. Finally, a few people, notably heathcare providers who have been occupationally exposed to psyllium dust, may develop a sensitivity to psyllium, resulting in an allergic reaction. Pregnant or lactating women should consult their health professional.
What's in Herbal Fiberblend
Black Walnut Hulls Juglans nigra
Cascara Sagrada Rhamnus purshiana
Hibiscus Flower Hibiscus sabdariffa L.
Irish Moss Chondrus crispus
Licorice Root Glycyrrhize glabra
Marshmallow Root Althaea officinalis
Mullein Varbascum thapsus
Oatstraw Avena sativa L
Passionflower Passiflora incarnata L.
Psyllium Plantago ovata
Pumpkin Seeds Cucurbita peop L.
Shavegrass Equisetum arvense
Slippery Elm Bark Ulmus rubra
Violet Viola spp
Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana
Yucca Yucca brevifolia, Yucca schidigera
Other great products for you digestive system.PrepZymes
Lust, John. 1974. The Herb Book. Bantam Books: New York.
Blake, Steve, 1995. GlobalHerb Software. Global Healthfinders, Rohnert, Park, CA.
Dobelis, Inge, Ed. 1996. Magic and Medicine of Plants. The Reader's Digest Association, Inc. Pleasantville, NY.
Ody, Penelope. 1993. The Complete Medicinal Herbal. Dorling Kindersley: New York.
Keith, Velma S. and Manteen Gordon. 1994. The How To Herb Book. Mayfield
Bremmess, Lesley. 1994. Herbs. Dorling Kindersley: New York.
Martin, Laura C. 1992. The Folklore of Trees and Shrubs. The Globe Pequot Press: Chester, Conneticut.
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