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About Fibre Supplements

Fibre Supplements offer a range of benefits, supporting bowel health, promoting a healthy microbiome, regulating blood sugar levels, reducing appetite and lowering dietary fat absorption. Fibre may even improve blood lipid profiles and cardiovascular disease risk markers. Research reported in the British Medical Journal in 2013 indicated that a greater fibre intake was associated with reductions in risk for cardiovascular disease. The journal Nutrients published the results of a 10 year study indicating that a high fibre intake was associated with reduced all-cause mortality, which is a reduction in death from all causes.


Soluble fibre has the ability to absorb water, which helps to create bulkier and softer stools for ease of bowel evacuation. This can be particularly helpful for constipation, though water intake must increase with these supplements. This bulking effect on the stool helps cleanse the bowels of wastes that may build-up, which can happen as a result of a poor diet or the improper digestion of food.


Fibre Supplements can assist with weight loss as they make you feel fuller for longer. This effect can be particularly helpful if you find yourself getting hungrier than you should. Powdered fibre supplements can be mixed directly into protein shakes or smoothies to make them more filling, or may be used for cooking in foods such as muffins, cakes and pancakes. With protein powders and fibre powders, there are a wide range of enjoyable baked goods that can be created with ease to replace treats with a high calorie content that you may be currently enjoying.


Fiber naturally has a low calorie content compared to the other macronutients, proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Each gram of dietary fibre has an approximate energy value of 1.9 calories according to Food Standards Australia and New Zealand. This equates to a 3 gram teaspoon containing just under 6 calories, making it a low contributor to our daily energy intake. Given the benefits associated with fibre, not just on bowel health, but also by modulating blood lipids and supporting the growth of beneficial bacteria, this certainly is an added bonus.