The answer is fibre!
From my experience, many issues with our gut can be improved by fibre
Especially in Ireland, we have a serious lack of fibre in our diet, and a high prevalence of bowel cancer!
Women need 25 g of fibre per day
Men need 35 g
A bowl of porridge is only 5 g.... so where are you getting the rest of your fibre??
I started adding these tasty crispy flakes to my diet 2 years ago and honestly I wish I had found them sooner. It helps me to have control over my digestion
This is a completely natural product made from a plant. Something called `psyllium husk` is taken from this plant, and when we eat it and drink water, it turns into a lovely jelly mass in our intestines, moving everything along smoothly
I add mine to my breakfast like porridge or pancakes. But you could have it on anything (dinner, ice-cream, yogurt, fruit etc etc).... as long as you drink a glass or 2 of water after ** -the most important bit as psyllium husks soak up water to turn soft.
Sylliflor is also a prebiotic- meaning you are giving your good gut bacteria something to eat, then multiply and make your digestion and immune system happier!
Helpful for the following issues:
- acid reflux
- apple cinnamon - my favourite
- cocoa - tastes like cocoa pops
- vanilla - mild but tasty
- malt - like Weetabix
- plain - no taste
Adults and children above 12 yrs of age: 6 g (2 teaspoons), 1-3 times daily.
SylliFlor® Plain 6 g serving (2 x teaspoons)
Energy 68 kJ / 14 kcal
Fat 0.4 g - of which saturated fats 0.3 g
Carbohydrates 0.1 g - of which sugars 0g
Dietary fibres 5g
Protein 0.1 g
Psyllium husks reduce the transit time in the gut and may affect the absorption of the medicine. SylliFlor® should therefore not be taken at the same time as medications, but at least 1 hour before or 2 hours later.
SylliFlor® should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
To be stored in a sealed container in a dry, dark and cool place and out of reach of children.
SylliFlor is gluten-free, vegan and suitable to take while pregnant and breastfeeding.