What does WholeFiber do?
In short: it improves the health of the human microbiome, by delivering more of the right nutrients for beneficial gut bacteria to flourish. Whereas other dietary fibers can be compared to a quick snack, WholeFiber provides a three-course meal that reaches bacteria throughout the intestinal tract.
Independent clinical studies have confirmed that WholeFiber selectively boosts the growth of beneficial gut bacteria. These in turn produce short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), which play a crucial, well-documented role in promoting overall health. For example, they fight off harmful bacteria, protect intestinal lining and promote satiety. They also regulate the body’s immune system, 70% of which is located in the intestinal tract. Recent studies indicate inulin fiber could also offer extra protection against viral infections – possibly even against Covid-19.