Video: What is the role of prebiotic fibers on our health? And what is WholeFiber?
Dr. Wilbert Sybesma, Expert in Human Microbiome and Gut Health about WholeFiber.
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The role of prebiotic fibers play on our health
Prebiotic fibers are key nutritional components that the beneficial/good gut bacteria need. A lack of these fibers can decrease the amount of beneficial/good bacteria, and, as a consequence, increase the risks to become ill.
For instance, it has been shown in several human clinical studies that there is a clear correlation between low prebiotic fiber intake and the risk for so called life style diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, certain forms of cancer and also depression.
WholeFiber Holding BV produces a minimally processed, natural, super pure and prebiotic fiber product branded as WholeFiber. It contains a unique combination of natural prebiotic fibers: inulin, pectin, cellulose and hemi-cellulose.
These fibers are fermented through the gut, and bring a variety of health benefits. Scientific studies have shown that WholeFiber promotes a healthy gut microbiome, and more and more evidence links a healthy gut to a healthy and happy life.