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Change Of Season

As the season changes and we possibly eating less fruit and salads you need to consider the importance of increasing your dietary fibre. Boost your soluble and insoluble fibre intake, focusing on vegetables, nuts, and seeds, including sprouted seeds.

One of the quickest and easiest ways to improve your gut health is via your diet. Fibre is also important for a healthy microbiome . Some of the microbes in your gut specialize in fermenting soluble fibre found in legumes, fruits, and vegetables, and the by-products of this fermenting activity help nourish the cells lining your colon. Some of these fermentation by-products also help calibrate your immune system, thereby preventing inflammatory disorders such as asthma and Crohn’s disease.

Also eating more fibre can shift your microbial profile into one that is correlated with leanness. Fibre has long been considered a factor that promotes weight loss, and its impact on your gut bacteria appears to be one key mechanism responsible for this effect.

Other research has shown that microbes starved of fibre can begin feeding on the mucus lining of your gut, thereby triggering inflammation, which may promote or exacerbate any number of diseases, including ulcerative colitis.

If you are short of your daily fibre content, you need to up this in the form of a regular 6-8 weekly detox routine using the Imsyser Deep Intestinal Cleanse which will not only remove old crusty mucous lining in the gut but also allow for replenishment of the new. The Imsyser Deep Intestinal Cleanse does need to be taken solely as a 7 day detox process but for those battling with not enough fibre of chronic constipation as a result of too little fibre, may be taken daily in smaller doses.

Call the Imsyser HO @ 086 010 3859 for more on this and any of our Imsyer product ranges designed for gut support and Immune Health.

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