Cho-Yung Daily Psyllium Husk

Psyllium husks are natural pure dietary fibre to help clear toxins, aid regularity and maintain bowel health. It is used by millions of people throughout the world as a natural alternative to some habit-forming laxatives.

Adequate fibre in the diet is considered vital for digestive regularity and good health. A well balanced diet with the correct levels of fibre will stimulate proper elimination. This is necessary for the digestive system to work effectively and ensure that the body can absorb all the nutrients it needs from foods. A 'clogged' system can accumulate toxins, which can prevent the digestive system from functioning properly. Fibre helps to improve the transit time of waste products through the system, which in turn can help overall digestive health.

Psyllium Husks are pure dietary fibres that are not digested in the small intestine, but are partially broken down in the colon. They act as a sponge, absorbing water and waste material in the bowels. This helps to clear toxins, preventing them from staying too long in the colon. Psyllium husks are very safe and are used by millions of people throughout the world as a natural alternative to some habit-forming laxatives.

Psyllium is a member of the plant family, Plantaginaceae, which is not related to wheat, this is particularly good news for those with a wheat intolerance.

Generally, the fibre in our diet comes from wheat bran, which can be irritating to the sensitive walls of the bowel. As it is non-abrasive, psyllium is ideal for sensitive cell walls.

Psyllium is a soluble fibre used primarily as a gentle bulk-forming laxative. It comes from the plant plantain which produces tiny, gel-coated seeds. Psyllium husk is derived from these odourless, tasteless seeds.

Psyllium Husk and Diet & Detox:

Psyllium is a convenient way to increase fibre intake, and support your diet. Psyllium is a bulking agent with a high mucilage content which plays an important role in maintaining healthy colon cleansing. The soluble fibre found in psyllium husks plays an important role in lowering cholesterol. Psyllium may also help healthy blood sugar levels of insulin and glucose to aid fat metabolism. Early research shows that dietary psyllium supplementation may help to increase the excretion of fat in the stool

Benefits:

- psyllium husk eliminates waste from the body
- psyllium husk increases feeling of satiety (fullness)
- pysllium husk may increase the excretion of fat in the stool
- psyllium may normalise blood glucose and insulin

Psyllium Husk and Digestive Health:

Psyllium is a bulk-forming laxative and is high in both fibre and mucilage. Psyllium seeds contain 10–30% mucilage for normal bowel health.

Constipation:

Psyllium husk is a useful remedy for constipation because it can increase bowel movements per day, and decrease total gut transit time, especially for: - inadequate fibre intake from modern western fast-food diets - a sedentary lifestyle

Diarrhoea:

Pysllium fibre is an effective stool bulking agent in diarrhoea. Recent research suggests that it may have applications in the treatment of inflammatory bowel conditions that cause diarrhoea

- irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Crohn's disease

Psyllium husks are natural pure dietary fibre to help clear toxins, aid regularity and maintain bowel health. It is used by millions of people throughout the world as a natural alternative to some habit-forming laxatives. 

Adequate fibre in the diet is considered vital for digestive regularity and good health. A well balanced diet with the correct levels of fibre will stimulate proper elimination. This is necessary for the digestive system to work effectively and ensure that the body can absorb all the nutrients it needs from foods. A 'clogged' system can accumulate toxins, which can prevent the digestive system from functioning properly. Fibre helps to improve the transit time of waste products through the system, which in turn can help overall digestive health.

Psyllium Husks are pure dietary fibres that are not digested in the small intestine, but are partially broken down in the colon. They act as a sponge, absorbing water and waste material in the bowels. This helps to clear toxins, preventing them from staying too long in the colon. Psyllium husks are very safe and are used by millions of people throughout the world as a natural alternative to some habit-forming laxatives. 

Psyllium is a member of the plant family, Plantaginaceae, which is not related to wheat, this is particularly good news for those with a wheat intolerance. There are several species of psyllium, but the seed husk from Plantago ovata, also known as blonde psyllium, have the best quality and highest fibre content- this is the grade used by The Ultra Laboratory.

Generally, the fibre in our diet comes from wheat bran, which can be irritating to the sensitive walls of the bowel. As it is non-abrasive, psyllium is ideal for sensitive cell walls.

 

Dosage


Take one to four capsules daily preferably with meals.