Intestinal Purifier 300g is available by Pharmax.
Features & benefits
? Psyllium fiber is unique in acting as a viscous and particulate fiber
? Psyllium helps modulate glucose and insulin metabolism
? Psyllium can help reduce plasma cholesterol level
? FOS and resistant starches help produce a beneficial microflora and maintain the integrity of the mucosal barrier
? Glutamine is the primary cellular fuel of the small intestinal enterocytes
? Quercetin is a powerful antimutagen and anticarcinogen in the gastrointestinal tract
? Prunes are a rich source of proanthocyanadins
In general, viscous fibers such as gums, gels and mucilage have small intestinal effects such as decreased absorption of nutrients, flattening of blood glucose and insulin levels postprandially, and reduction in serum cholesterol (by increasing fecal bile acid losses). However, in the large intestine, these soluble fibers are utilized by the normal flora to produce gases and some short chain fatty acids (SCFA), and so in contrast to particulate fiber such as grain husk, they have no function in fecal bulking.
Psyllium husk is unique in this context in that it produces the benefits associated with soluble fiber in the small intestine but is not well utilized by the colonic flora and so acts also as a fecal bulking agent. In this way, it is the perfect intestinal purifier and when combined with other nutrients, produces the best means of detoxification of the gastrointestinal tract
Typically, per 10 grams
Psyllium husk ...3g
Resistant starches ...2g
Prune puree (freeze dried) ...2g
equivalent to 6.6 grams fresh prunes
One scoop (10 grams) mixed with water or juice, taken with a meal or as professionally directed.
Keep out of reach of children.
Do not use during pregnancy or if pregnancy is being planned.