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What Is Chlorofiber? | What Does It Contain?!

Chlorofiber is a simple to use prebiotic that has no side effects on your health. A mixture of herbs and modern scientifically proven materials, it provides the best combination of both worlds.

What Is A Chlorofiber?
What Does It Contain?

Chlorofiber is a simple to use prebiotic that has no side effects on your health. A mixture of herbs and modern scientifically proven materials, it provides the best combination of both worlds.

First, It has the magical medicinal herb alfalfa also known as Medicago sativa. Alfalfa is used for various diseases and disorders like kidney conditions, bladder and prostate conditions, and to increase urine flow.

It is also used to reduce high cholesterol and LDL the “bad” cholesterol in people with high cholesterol, asthma, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, upset stomach, and a bleeding disorder called thrombocytopenic purpura. People also take alfalfa as a source of vitamins A, C, E, K4 and minerals calcium, potassium, phosphorous, and iron.

With the magic of chlorophyll inside alfalfa helps detoxify the body to a certain extent.

Secondly, The next Ingredient that really makes the difference is digestion resistant maltodextrin (DRM). Do not mistake this for normal maltodextrin which is much more easily digestible.

Resistant maltodextrin is a dietary fiber and is over 90 percent fiber.

Clinical research have shown that DRM helps support or maintain intestinal regularity. Relieve occasional constipation and select studies show that it improves stool consistency.

When taken with a meal, DRM may attenuate the sudden rise in serum glucose following the meal.

DRM also helps reduce peak postprandial blood glucose and insulin levels that are within the normal range in healthy individuals. DRM also attenuates the rise in serum triglycerides following the meal and it help retain healthy serum triglyceride levels. It is also proven to delay post-meal hunger.

DRM also helps maintain intestinal regularity while being gentler in producing fermentation off-gas and GI discomfort compared to other added fibers that are in the industry.

But, that is not what make DRM the best fiber source but rather the how it fuels the microflora in the gut. Helping the healthy bacteria thrive is the best thing that DRM helps with.

These two ingredients might not feel as much but, this combination has been proven to make big differences in health and wellness of many individuals already and we are on the path to keep making that difference.

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By Varun Paherwar

I love to blog about nutrition and health.

I've made this blog to share as much information as I can about things related to health and fitness.