Do you suffer from bloating, IBS or stomach cramps?

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Many people suffer from bloating, IBS, stomach cramps ect and its an awful feeling. There are many over the counter remedy but natures way is always the best way, unfortunately these remedies don’t have the financial backing as the super companies do, so their benefits can be lost along the way.

If you have trouble going to the loo for whatever reason, you need to add Psyllium Husks to your diet.

‘Psyllium husk is an excellent source of soluble dietary fibre derived from the small herbaceous plant Plantago. Dietary fibre can help promote regularity and support heart health as well as helping with satiety after meals.

Psyllium Husk Powder can be a convenient way to increase your intake of dietary fibre. It has the ability to swell up to 50 times its initial volume when added to liquid which plays an important role in maintaining regularity and gastrointestinal health. It has also been shown to help lower cholesterol.

A daily fibre intake of at least 25 grams is recommended for good health, but on average people consume only 10 to 15 grams.

Psyllium husk is often used in high fibre breakfast cereals to boost the fibre content’

This can be bought very cheaply from Ethnic food stores or you will find it easily online, add it to your daily diet to see the difference it can make to you, immediately! All you need is a good spoonful added to a glass of water taken in the morning with breakfast, it couldn’t be easier to keep yourself healthy on the inside.

I have it every morning, give it a go and let me know what you think?

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