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How Psyllium Fiber Can Help Maintain Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

The Benefits of Fiber Supplements
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Fiberlicious Food Guide
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How to Get More Dietary Fiber into Your Daily Routine
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Fiber Supplements

How to Supplement Your Lack of Fiber on the Keto Diet

The keto diet is a low-carb, high-fat diet that’s thought to have many health benefits. But because many fiber-rich foods are also carb-heavy, getting enough fiber on the keto diet can be a challenge, making regularity a problem. Keto constipation is a phenomenon that plagues many keto dieters – the lack of fiber in the diet can leave you with hard, stubborn stool, and a bloated gut.1

Adding a fiber supplement like Metamucil is a great way to add more fiber to your diet to keep you regular* so you can see the benefits of your keto diet without drawback of constipation.

Both the Sugar-Free and Premium Blend types of Metamucil are sugar and gluten-free, so they are keto friendly.

Talk to your healthcare provider before starting any new diet.

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Psyllium Fiber

How the psyllium fiber in metamucil can help lower cholesterol

Our bodies’ organ systems are all interconnected, working towards the same cause to keep us healthy and running at our best. Cholesterol, for example, travels through the blood stream to play a role in protecting our cells, stress responses, and more. But in excess, its plaque buildup is harmful to the body. Metamucil, a psyllium husk fiber supplement, is often known for promoting digestive health and maintaining regularity.* But did you know it also helps lower cholesterol to promote heart health?

The psyllium fiber in Metamucil helps lower cholesterol to promote heart health† by trapping some cholesterol in the digestive system to be removed with waste. When you take psyllium fiber, it forms a gel-like substance that moves through your digestive system. The gel traps some bile in your gut, requiring your liver to remove bad (LDL) cholesterol from the bloodstream to make more bile, which is needed for proper digestion.

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Fiber 101

High-Fiber Foods

Your gut needs help to move and remove the waste in your digestive system. That’s where fiber can help. You can get good sources of fiber from food you already eat. The dietary fiber you get from supplements, fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains in your daily diet doesn’t just keep you regular. Some fiber, like psyllium, can also give you important health benefits.

Keep reading to learn about high fiber foods, fiber supplements, types of fiber, and daily recommended fiber intake.

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Fiber 101

Which Dietary Fiber Supplement Is Best for Me and My Diet?

95 percent of Americans don’t get enough fiber in their diet1. Getting enough dietary fiber is important to maintain your digestive wellness, but it can be difficult to eat the daily recommended amount of high-quality, fiber-rich foods. On average, it takes about 7 apples, 9 cups of carrots, 9 bananas or 13 cups of broccoli to reach the recommended amount of fiber Americans from 18 to 50 years old should consume each day.

Dietary fiber supplements are a fast and easy way to increase fiber without significantly increasing calories, carbs, or sugar. So, if you feel that you’re not getting enough fiber in your diet, read on to learn why you should be taking fiber supplements, and which supplement you should be taking.

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