Constipation, do you need help in this area?
Is your stool often too lose?
Are you a sufferer of any of these sometimes very painful diseases: diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome?
Do you need to lower your LDL Cholesterol?
Are you concerned about developing gall stones?
Is your colon not functioning properly?
Sally T. Psyllium Husks are made from the fibrous husk of the psyllium seed. When combined with water, a gel-like mass is formed which absorbs excess water from the intestines to create larger, softer stools. This is beneficial for those who suffer from constipation, haemorrhoids and lose stools because the consistency of the stool is normalised.
While the psyllium in Sally T. Psyllium Husks passes through the upper digestive tract, it binds to cholesterol-rich bile and draws the cholesterol from the bloodstream.
As a source of soluble fibre (the kind of fibre that blends with water), it’s particularly suitable for those who do not eat enough fibre-rich foods such as whole grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables.
In people with diverticulitis (a problem in which small pockets in the intestine’s lining trap faecal particles and become susceptible to infection) psyllium helps bulk the stools and speeds up the passage of faecal matter through the intestine. This can help to alleviate the problem.
Combining Sally T. Psyllium Husks with Sally T. ProFlora and Sally T. Optimum Digestion goes a long way to optimum digestive efficiency.
Sally T. says:
Often people will take all sorts of laxatives to get there bowel moving and forget one of the most important components; water, and lots of it.
The other big help is exercise. In our sedentary city culture, we often spend long hours in front of a computer. This does not help to make our bowels work properly.
So the moral of the story is; eat sufficient gut friendly roughage in the form of vegetables, drink at least 8 glasses of water a day and regularly get off your chair and move about your office if not participating in regular exercise.