Prebiotical Herbal tea Stimulated with Inulin

 Prebiotical Herbal tea Stimulated with Inulin

Tea stimulated with inulin increases calcium and possibly magnesium absorption, while promoting the growth of intestinal bacteria. A soluble fiber which is prebiotic and benefitial for diabetics to include managing blood sugar-related illnesses.
Net weight  45 grams (15 pyramid sachets)

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What is Prebiotic?

Each year millions die from heart disease around the world having chronic illnesses like infections, diabetes and cancer.

These figures are astonishing, but the medical community has learned about a new way to reduce risk for coronary heart disease and to boost immunity at the same time.

Prebiotics are one of the newest fields of nutritional research and offer promising benefits for your heart, your immunity and more. Prebiotics stimulate the growth of healthy microflora that populate in the large intestine.

When these healthy microflora (beneficial bacteria) are allowed to flourish, they help keep you healthy and strong. Due to stress, the Standard American Diet (full of processed foods and sugar), lifestyle choices and regular use of antibiotics and other drugs, you may be lacking the microflora your body needs to maintain healthy digestion, to fight illness and disease, and to make sure your body gets all the nutrients it needs.

Prebiotics and Probiotics

In a healthy body, your inner ecosystem contains enough good bacteria (microflora or probiotics) to outnumber the bad and help maintain control over them.  People need to consume plenty of prebiotics, to ensure having enough probiotics populating the gut.

Prebiotics are derived from insoluble fiber and fructooligosaccharides or FOS (carbohydrate molecules made up of a relatively small number of simple sugars).

Anything with sugar in it can be a prebiotic, since microflora love to consume sugars.

Inulin – Inulin is found in 36,000 plants such as:

Herbs – chicory root, burdock root and dandelion root

Fruits – such as apples, bananas

Sweet vegetables – such as onions, garlic, asparagus, leeks and Jerusalem artichokes

Raw apple cider vinegar

Prebiotics have been shown to moderate cholesterol and triglyceride levels- both indicators of heart disease.

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