Nutrilite™
Fiber Blend with Inulin, 30 sachets

₸17,400.00
₸14,790.0014790.0
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SKU: 102736
Weight/volume: 30 x 6 g
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    The gastrointestinal tract of a healthy person is home to over 500 species of microorganisms. Normal intestinal flora synthesizes K and B group vitamins, ascorbic acid, nicotinic acid and folic acid, as well as a number of enzymes and amino acids. The presence of microbic associations determines the state of the synthetic functions of the liver, participating in the hepatoenteric circulation of main bile components - bile salts, cholesterol and bile pigments.

    Diseases of the digestive tract, unbalanced diet, stress and use of antibiotics lead to disruption of the dynamic equilibrium between 'useful' and 'harmful' intestinal bacteria.

    The sources of fiber in the diet are fruit and vegetables. The average consumption of these foods in the Russian Federation is below the recommended standards: for vegetables - by 23.4%, fruit - by 21.8%.*

    If a person does not eat whole foods and does not consume enough fruit and vegetables, there are most likely to be few or no dietary fibers in his/her daily diet, and therefore the work of the gastrointestinal tract suffers.NUTRILITE™ Fiber Blend with Inulin (guar gum and maltodextrin) contains a unique combination of two natural sources of soluble dietary fibers and chicory root extract, which is a natural inulin source, and makes it possible to compensate for shortage of dietary fiber and inulin in a convenient way. The product will be useful for people who want to maintain a healthy digestive system and increase the daily intake of fiber.

    NUTRILITE™ Fiber Blend with Inulin is a dry powder with no taste easily mixed with liquids, or alternatively it can be sprinkled on your meals. When dissolved in water, it forms a clear and tasteless low-viscosity fluid, which helps to meet the daily requirement for dietary fibers. Each tube-formed sachet (a stick-pack) contains at least 2.3 grams of soluble dietary fibers sourced from guar gum and maltodextrin, and at least 1.8 grams of inulin derived from chicory root extract. Inulin is a polysaccharide and a prebiotic.

    FOOD SOURCES

    Soluble dietary fibers are a part of cell walls and intercellular formations of plants and are also present in the cellular fluid. The largest number is found in fruits and crops roots. The maximum amount is contained in apple and beet pomace, citrus fruits and sunflower buds.

    Prebiotic substances are found in various foods - corn flakes, cereals, bread, dairy products, onions, field chicory, garlic, beans, peas, topinambur, stevia, artichokes, bananas and other fruit, vegetables and herbs.

    Inulin is a polysaccharide contained in tubers and roots of topinambur, dahlias, artichokes and dandelions.

    Potential customers

    • People who eat less than 300 g of fruit and vegetables a day
    • People with an excess of animal fat and simple carbohydrates in their diet
    • People taking antibiotics
    • Elderly people and people with dental diseases

    NUTRILITE™ FOOD SUPPLEMENTS ARE NOT MEDICINES.

    THERE ARE CONTRAINDICATIONS. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO CONSULT A DOCTOR BEFORE USING NUTRILITE™ FOOD SUPPLEMENTS.

    NUTRILITE™ supplements are intended for personal use only. Any other ways of using and selling food supplements are permitted only in exceptional cases and subject to the requirements stipulated by the current Kazakhstan legislation. NUTRILITE™ supplements are available in Amway LLC Business Service Centers. For Business Service Center addresses and information on availability of products please visit kz.amway.com website or call 8-800-080-55-08. The products have passed the registration of Rospotrebnadzor within the Customs Union. All products comply with the requirements of ТР ТС 021/2011 'On food products safety'; ТР ТС 022/2011 'Food products marking'.


    *According to the World Health Organization. According to the World Health Organization, in order to adequately provide the body with all the necessary nutrients, one needs to eat 300-400 g of fresh plant foods daily.

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    • Stimulate motion of the gastrointestinal tract
    • Serve as a substrate for the intestinal microflora, stimulate its activity and normalize intestine function
    • An excellent adsorbent, bind and remove toxic substances
    • Help reduce cholesterol levels and normalize blood glucose
    • Create a feeling of a full stomach and help to reduce the activity of digestive enzymes
    • Contribute to weight control

    NUTRILITE™ Fiber Blend with Inulin

    Anastasiya Bodrova
    The nutritionist, the expert in dietary science, cardiology, therapeutic exercise and sports medicine, the federal expert of Nutrilite™ brand, the TV and radio host of the authorial programs about healthy lifestyle.

    For a long time dietary fiber was considered unnecessary for one’s health. Today much research has shown that these food components play an important role in the digestive process.

    Dietary fiber is defined as “edible parts of plants or analogous polysaccharides that cannot by digested by the small intestine but are partially or entirely fermented in the large intestine.”[1]

    There are two types of dietary fiber: soluble (often called “soft”) and insoluble (often called “hard”).

    Inulin is an example of a soluble fiber. It is resistant to the digestive enzymes of the upper GI tract and enters the large intestine entirely undigested. Inulin is found in many plants (garlic, artichoke and others), but its primary source is chicory.

    We know that soluble fiber lowers fat absorption and helps regulate weight, prevents the breakdown and digestion of parts of dietary cholesterol, can lower blood cholesterol levels (or amount of free cholesterol), stabilizes blood sugar (glucose) levels, slowing absorption of nutrients including carbohydrates, and influences women’s sense of wellbeing during pregnancy.

    When they reach the large intestine, dietary fibers become a nutrient substrate for intestinal microflora. During the fermentation process, short-chain fatty acids (SCFA) are formed. SCFA are used by colonocytes as an energy source and lower the pH of the contents of the large intestine, making the environment less hospitable to pathogenic flora. Lowered pH value at the end of the large intestine combined with the mechanical effects of SCFA and soluble fibers gently stimulate peristalsis. These effects help promote healthy intestinal microbiota.

    For older people and those with frequent constipation, it is particularly important that the diet include sufficient plant fibers. It is not clear exactly how much dietary fiber one should consume daily. It has been proposed that an adult should consume 20-35 g of dietary fiber daily (currently the recommended daily value of fiber calculated for a 2500-calorie diet is 30 g), and the average European consumes about 13 g per day.

    The numbers are different for children. The amount of fiber (in grams) a child needs in their diet can be approximated with the formula: child’s age (years) + 7 g; the diet of a six- to twelve-month-old child should contain 5 g of fiber per day [2,3].

    The amount of fiber in the diet should be increased gradually. Remember to drink more fluids when consuming fiber-rich foods or taking fiber food supplements.

    Your diet should include foods rich in fiber like legumes, peas, some fruits and other vegetables, bran, lentils, artichokes, sweet potato, pears, bulgur wheat, raspberries, baked potato, plums, figs, dates, squash, spinach, raw almonds, apples, bananas, oranges, and whole-grain pasta and bread.

    Try to eat vegetables and fruits every day, preferably fresh with the peel still on (the peel is what contains the most fiber). When cooking with fruits or vegetables, do not let them get too soft, as that means the fiber has been damaged. Vegetables should be slightly crunchy.

    Put beans on the menu, if you don’t have contraindications. It has been proven that increasing bean consumption reduces the risk of pancreatic illness.

    Dried fruits are also an excellent source of fiber. Consider adding them to your cereal instead of sugar. Nuts and seeds contain lots of fiber but are more calorie dense.

    Include NUTRILITE™ Fiber Blend with Inulin food supplements in your regular diet with their specially selected dietary fiber blend.

    Recommended Use

    Mix the contents of one packet (6.0 g) with 250-350 ml of water or juice, or add to a prepared dish. When adding the powder to prepared meals you should also drink one cup (250 ml) of any fluid. Adults should take one packet per day with a meal.

    This way dietary fiber is not just a filler, like we once thought. It is a functionally important component. Fiber should be present in both adults’ and kids’ diets.

    1. Anon. The definition of dietary fiber. Report of the Dietary Fiber Definition Committee of the American Association of General Chemists. Cereal Food World 2001; 46: 112–29

    2. Martin O. Weickert, Andreas F. H. Pfeiffer Metabolic Effects of Dietary Fiber Consumption and Prevention of Diabetes. The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 138, Issue 3, March 2008, P. 439–442.

    3. Renee Korczak, Alison Kamil, Lisa Fleige, Sharon M. Donovan, Joanne L. Slavin Dietary fiber and digestive health in children. Nutrition Reviews, Volume 75, Issue 4, April 2017, P. 241–259.

    NUTRILITE™FOOD SUPPLEMENTS ARE NOT MEDICINES

    THERE ARE CONTRAINDICATIONS. IT IS RECOMMENDED TO CONSULT A DOCTOR BEFORE USING NUTRILITE™ FOOD SUPPLEMENTS.

    NUTRILITE™ supplements are intended for personal use only. Any other ways of using and selling food supplements are permitted only in exceptional cases and subject to the requirements stipulated by the current Russian legislation. NUTRILITE™ supplements are available in Amway LLC Business Service Centers. For Business Service Center addresses and information on availability of products please visit www.amway.ru website or call +7 (495) 981-4000. The products have passed the registration of Rospotrebnadzor within the Customs Union. All products comply with the requirements of ТР ТС 021/2011 'On food products safety'; ТР ТС 022/2011 'Food products marking'.

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    Suggested usage

    • Dilute the contents of one sachet (6.0 g) in 250-350 ml of water or juice, or add the contents of one sachet (6.0 g) to a variety of finished products. When adding the powder to prepared meals you should drink 1 cup (250 ml) of any liquid.
    • Adults should take 1 sachet daily with a meal.

    Duration - 1 month.
    Repeat, if necessary.
    Prior to use consult your physician.

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