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Make sure you get enough fiber and your stomach will thank you!

Most Finns eat too little fiber. You should take care of an adequate intake of fiber, because it is a miracle substance in the diet, taking care of the well-being of the stomach and intestines. The daily fiber intake recommendation is approx. 25-35 grams per day. According to research, women get an average of 20 g and men 22, which is why it's worth paying attention to getting enough fiber. There is plenty of fiber in, for example, various seeds and nuts, fruits and berries, and whole grains. In the Puhdas+ product range, you can conveniently find various fiber supplements that play an important role in, for example, special diets, such as a gluten-free or ketogenic diet. Fibers have many health-promoting effects and their sufficient intake helps to stay healthy and have good strength.

Dietary fibers - what are they?

Fibers have dozens of different functions in the body. Fibers are food for the gut's own microbes. Dietary fibers are compounds obtained from food, which the body's digestive tract cannot break down on its own. They pass through the entire digestive tract, finally ending up in the large intestine. Fibers can be divided into insoluble and soluble fibers. Insoluble fibers increase and soften the amount of intestinal content mass, while soluble, i.e. gelling, fiber slows down the breakdown of carbohydrates while keeping blood sugar levels more even.

Puhdas+ products to support the well-being of your stomach

Fiber should be enjoyed in a versatile way through a rich diet or by adding fiber-rich supplements to the diet to support an adequate daily fiber intake. The use of fiber supplements should always be started cautiously with small amounts, gradually increasing the dose. Especially in people with sensitive stomachs, fibers can cause e.g. stomach bloating, so patience is key. Acacia fiber Puhdas+ Acacia fiber is a completely gluten-free fiber. Acacia fiber is an excellent source of additional fiber for a gluten-free, ketogenic or grain-free diet. Acacia fiber does not swell at all in liquid, like many other fibers, so it is excellent when mixed with, for example, water, smoothies or porridge. Apple pectin Puhdas+ Apple pectin is an insoluble, i.e. gelling, water-soluble fiber. Apple pectin is mixed with a small amount of water. Use is started with 1/3 of a teaspoon. Acacia fiber and apple pectin should be taken on an empty stomach about half an hour before eating a meal. The daily dose should be divided into two or three parts. Glutamine Glutamine, or L-glutamine, is the amino acid that is needed the most of all amino acids. Glutamine is one of the most important structural components of the intestinal connective tissue. Glutamine is an excellent nutritional supplement for athletes. Lactic acid bacteria Puhdas+ Lactic acid bacteria contains zinc in a synergistic and effective composition for resistance and four different lactic acid bacteria. The zinc contained in the product promotes the normal functioning of the immune system and the maintenance of normal bones, skin, hair and nails. When choosing a lactic acid bacteria preparation, you should make sure that the product contains at least 5 billion bacteria and that several strains of bacteria have been used in it. Puhdas+ lactic acid bacteria preparations contain 5-300 billion bacteria and are therefore an excellent choice to support your health. The following strains have been used in Puhdas+ lactic acid bacteria: Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium lactis, Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactobacillus casei. In the Puhdas+ selection, you can also find the stronger preparation Lactic acid bacteria 5 billion , Lactic acid bacteria 10 billion and Lactic acid bacteria 300 billion , which are well suited for intensive treatments. Saccharomyces Boulardii Saccharomyces boulardii is more resistant to stomach acids than many lactic acid bacteria, so many find it an effective alternative to lactic acid bacteria. It is suitable for daily or monthly use.
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