This is especially important within our intestines, where the more microbes we have, the thicker the mucus barrier becomes between our bacterial population and our bodies. The benefits of this mucus barrier are twofold: it improves digestion and supports our immune system.
Some of the additional benefits of including fiber-rich foods or supplements in your diet include: alleviating temporary bloating, improving energy, helping with weight control, and supporting gorgeous skin and hair. Read more about the power of fiber here.
You can take Sparkle Fiber at any time of day that works best for you, though we recommend pairing it with a meal.
Remember to drink plenty of water while increasing your fiber intake. Increasing fiber without enough water may lead to constipation or bloating.
Together, they can help support your gut health! As always, anytime you add anything new to your regimen, we recommend checking in with your doctor/healthcare provider to ensure it makes sense for you, and they can answer any more specific questions you might have.
If you're looking to take Sparkle Fiber with other non-Love Wellness product, we recommend checking-in with your doctor to make sure Sparkle Fiber is compatible with your current regimen or medications.
While Love Wellness was designed with women’s health in mind, Sparkle Fiber is safe for any adult 18+ to take as directed. As always, anytime you add anything new to your regimen, we recommend checking in with your doctor/healthcare provider to ensure it makes sense for you.
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