Supplementing a Winter Diet


During the summer and fall months, a wide availability of in-season fruits and vegetables make incorporating fiber into the diet a relatively simple task. Foods such as apples, bananas, chicory root, asparagus and Jerusalem artichoke not only contain essential nutrients, but they are also inexpensive when plentiful.

Winter, however, presents the health-conscious consumer with a significant challenge. The good news? When prebiotics-rich, in-season foods are in short supply, you can maintain your fiber intake with Prebiotin supplements.

The Benefits of a Year-Round Prebiotics Regimen

Prebiotin prebiotics supply the gut with essential plant fibers that feed the gut’s appetite for beneficial bacteria creation. These beneficial bacteria produce a range of significant health benefits.

While eating a fiber-rich diet sounds simple enough, the fact is most people don’t or can’t ingest nearly enough for optimal gut health, even during the summer months when prebiotics-rich foods are in plentiful supply. Adding Prebiotin to your diet produces a range of benefits, including a boosted immune system, improved regularity and weight control, and appetite suppression.

If you want these health benefits but can’t eat the prebiotics-rich foods available during the winter months — such as bread — and you don’t enjoy wintertime produce, Prebiotin is an easy, low-calorie supplement.

An All-Natural Solution

Prebiotin contains inulin and oligofructose, two essential plant fibers that provide a full-spectrum solution to the gut bacteria problem. People who suffer from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, obesity, Crohn’s Disease and other common gut health problems often have poorly-balanced bacterial levels. And although Prebiotin won’t cure these diseases, it will act as fertilizer to the healthy bacteria, which may offer symptomatic relief.

Dietary fiber is an essential but often overlooked component of a nutritious diet and lifestyle. Don’t let the bleak selection of produce during the winter months keep you from maintaining your gastrointestinal health.

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