Fiber - Should not be missing in any nutritional plan
Fiber is an indigestible dietary constituent of plant fibers that does not provide the body with energy, unlike carbohydrates, fat or protein. They serve as filling, swelling or builder substances, can not be utilized by the human organism and are excreted undigested again. Fiber is found only in plant foods, animal foods contain no fiber. There are two different groups of fiber, the soluble and the insoluble. The soluble fibers include the so-called polysaccharides. These are mainly contained in fruits and vegetables, eg in apples (pectin), barley, beans or peas. Soluble fiber can favorably influence cholesterol levels. In addition, they prevent a too rapid rise in blood sugar levels after eating, which is why they are a particularly important food ingredient for diabetics. The insoluble fiber is found primarily in cereals and legumes (whole grains, apple peel) in the form of cellulose, hemicellulose or lignin. This type of fiber forms the food base for bacteria in the intestinal flora. In addition, they swell up in the colon, bind water, have a longer filling effect and transport toxic substances from the food as they migrate through the intestine. The daily recommended fiber requirement is 30 g. It should be noted at least 2 - to drink 3 liters per day. In summary, it can be said that a high-fiber diet has many beneficial effects on the human body. They are particularly good and long-lasting, so they can be beneficial during a diet. In addition, they ensure a healthy intestinal flora, support digestion and prevent constipation. This even gives them the ability to prevent colon cancer. Another important task is the removal of unwanted substances from the diet out of the body.
IronMaxx offers with the Lipo Reduct 600 a first-class dietary fiber supplement, with 4 capsules a day the need for fiber is covered. Also advantageous is the contained chitosan, which is able to bind edible fats.