Botanical Beverage Mix Green Apple with Guar Bean Fibre
What is D’Medy EzyFibre?
- An ultimate detox and fibre product designed to help you cleanse, rejuvenate, and, maintain optimal digestive health.
- With its unique blend of natural ingredients, D’Medy EzyFibre is your go-to solution for promoting overall wellness and vitality.
Causes of constipation?
- Inadequate fibre intake
- Insufficient drinking water
- Lack of physical activity
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- On medications
- Ignoring the urge to go toilet
Symptoms of constipation?
- Have a bowel movement less than 3x/week
- Stool is hard, dry or lumpy
- Need to strain or feel pain when defecating
- A feeling that not all stool has passed
- A feeling that the rectum is blocked
How Does Fiber work in digestive system?
Source: American Chemical Society
Fibers facilitate in the process of digestion by adding bulk to the stool and help to move along through the intestine which in turn prevents constipation. Soluble fiber which forms gel-like substance in digestive system delays digestion process. This process will trap cholesterol molecules and prevent sugar spike. Fiber also helps in weight management as it can control hunger by increasing satiety level.
Overall Benefits of D’Medy EzyFiber?
Guar Bean Fibre (Sunfiber)
Sunfiber, also known as Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum (PHGG) or Guar Fiber, is a 100% water-soluble bean fiber produced from the Indian Guar bean. This dietary fiber is enzymatically fermented and has been used widely in the food and beverages industry as a dietary supplement.
Shiso Leaf Extract (Benegut)
Benegut is obtained by water extraction out of Perilla frutescens (L.) leaves. Perilla frutescens is a member of the family Lamiaceae and is annual edible herbaceous plant, native to Asia. Globally, it is well known as spice of the Japanese cuisine, where it is named Shiso
Psyllium Husk Powder
A type of soluble fiber that is derived from a shrub-like herb called Plantago ovata, commonly found in India. The plant produces up to 15,000 tiny, gel-coated seeds which are gathered and harvested into psyllium husk
Derived from milk thistle plant and also known as Silybum marianum. It is a flowering herbal remedy plant native to Mediterranean countries. Contains active compound which is silymarin
Benefits of Major Ingredients
Guar Bean Fibre
- - Improves stool consistency
- - Excellent source of prebiotic fiber that increases both Bifidobacteria & Lactobacillus level
- - Reduce glycemic index
- - Increase satiety level
- - Help support the absorption of minerals & does not interfere with macronutrients
Shiso Leaf Extract
- - Helps to improve gastrointestinal comfort
- - To maintain and improve digestion during aging
- - To reduce bloating and support a flat belly
- - To regulate digestion during sports
Psyllium Husk Powder
- - Helps treat occasional constipation and maintains regular bowel movements
- - Used as a bulk-forming laxative
- - Soluble fiber which can help in lowering cholesterol level
- - Increase satiety and decrease risk of overeating
- - High in antioxidant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties from the active compound, silymarin
- - Traditionally used to treat liver and gallbladder disorders
- - Has a promising effect on brain function protection
- - Study shows it may help in the stimulation of bone mineralization to reduce bone loss
- - Helps in glycemic control for Type 2 diabetes
Fiber content in foods
Vitamins & Minerals Premix
Types of Fiber
- Dissolve in water and form viscous gel
- Helps to manage diarrhea problem
- Helps to delay gastric emptying (slows digestion and nutrient absorption from the stomach and intestine)
- Promotes bowel regularity
- Improve glycemic control
- Reduce cholesterol level
- Does not dissolve in water
- Better option to help with constipation
- Adds bulk to the stool
- Makes the stool more softer
- Help food pass more quickly through the stomach and intestines
- Promote bowel health
How much fiber do you need?
Fiber recommendation: 25-30g/day (Source: MDG, 2020)
Serving Size: 15g
Serving per box: 15 sachets
*Colour and taste may vary slightly from batch to batch, as only natural ingredients used
D’Medy EzyFiber is suitable for?
Notably, may help individuals:-
- Frequently experiencing constipation
- Alleviating diarrhea problem
- Aiming to manage high cholesterol level
- Controlling blood glucose level
- To reduce bloating and manage weight
USP for D’Medy EzyFiber
- Suitable for individuals with infrequent vegetable consumption
- Excellent source of soluble fiber content
- Comprise of vitamin B complex
- Low sugar content
- Sachet form, convenient to bring loose
Ensuring all requirements, standards operation procedures and specifications adhere to the appropriate protocols
Not recommended for:
**Best to consult medical professional before taking this product
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- What does D’Medy Ezyfiber beverage drink taste like?
This fiber supplement has a delectable apple flavor that leaves you feeling cleansed, rejuvenated, and with optimal digestive health
- Is it safe to take daily?
Generally, fiber supplements are safe to be taken daily and possible side effects reported only bloating and gas.
3. Is this suitable to be consumed for diet purposes?
Yes, D’Medy Ezyfiber comprises of excellent source of soluble fiber ingredients. Soluble fiber may help you feel full longer, release satiety hormones, and slow down digestion for better nutrient absorption
- Can kids consume D’Medy Ezyfiber?
Not recommended. The formulation for D’Medy Ezyfiber is more suitable to be taken by adults aged 18 years old and above. Kids are advised to consume fiber from whole foods such as fruits and vegetables.
- Can pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers take this product?
As there is still a lack of clinical data on the consumption of fiber supplements during pregnancy and lactation, hence, it is not advisable to take it for the time being.
- Can D’Medy Ezyfiber be taken with other supplements or with medications?
Supplements should not be used to replace any medications for health purposes. For any individuals with preexisting medical conditions, best to consult with your healthcare professional prior to taking any fiber supplement.
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- Fiber Recommendation
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