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Surviving the Holiday Food Frenzy with Prebiotic Fiber
Good news for holiday foodie's everywhere. New research reveals that the consumption of prebiotic fiber, such as Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber Supplement, helps control appetite.
By: Frank W. Jackson, M.D.
With holiday parties fast approaching, we are all preparing to be deluged with an abundance of delicious foods that dazzle our eyes, overwhelm our taste buds and all too often produce unwanted weight gain. New science and old mother nature can help curb the urge to over eat during the holidays!
Here is what we now know about our appetite and the feelings of hunger before we eat and the fullness we experience afterward. Research now reveals that satiety - the feeling of fullness - is partially controlled by hormones produced within the walls of our digestive system, released into the blood stream and carried to the brain. There it signals to us that we are full.
Here is where the science of Prebiotin can help. Research now shows that the presence of prebiotic fiber tricks the stomach and gut into releasing the fullness hormone, which, in turn, reduces our desire to eat. The Prebiotin family of nutritional supplements are an all-natural plant-based, full-spectrum prebiotic fiber. The prebiotic fibers in Prebiotin are Oligofructose-
So, before you attend your next holiday function, make sure that you are taking your daily Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber Supplement to help control overeating. It is best to take ½ tsp. of Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber in the morning on arising and then again about 4 pm well before dinner time. This dose can then be increased to 1 tsp, provided no excess gas or fullness occurs. In this event, simply cut back.
With Prebiotin as part of your daily regime, you can enjoy the holidays and keep the delectable food intake to a reasonable level. Visit http://www.prebiotin.com for more information.
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Page Updated Last on: Nov 29, 2010