Fiber & Heart Health
Adequate dietary fiber is needed to naturally clear cholesterol, help eliminate toxins, help bowel regularity, and promote more stable blood sugar levels between meals. Many Americans lack adequate fiber for basic cardiovascular health. Also, people who are dieting tend to cut back on dietary fiber when they reduce carbohydrates, which can readily bring weight loss efforts to a screeching halt within a week.*
Your liver produces bile, which stores in your gall balder, and is released into your digestive tract to help digest fat. In your body's eloquent system of economy, fat soluble toxins and extra cholesterol are also added ...
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