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  • July 16, 2023 3 min read

    We’ve all been told that fiber is great for us.
    • It scrubs our colon clean of toxins and "junk"
    • It helps with constipation and weight loss
    • It helps keep your heart healthy

    What everyone fails to mention is one massive caveat. For most people, the added fiber does more harm than good. Here’s why.

    You need BOTH soluble and insoluble fiber for healthy digestion. But it’s hard to get the right amounts of each just through diet. Yes, even with all the tracking and measuring apps we have today!

    Switching to a fiber-rich diet can clog digestion. It might block it instead of keeping things moving smoothly. That’s because most people don’t have the right gut chemistry to begin with.

    For the vast majority of the population, with a less-than-ideal diet...the additional fiber could wreak havoc on the already weakened gut.

    Luckily, science has helped us better understand the gut and its needs.

    We now know that fiber needs to be combined with two other "secret ingredients" to transform the gut.

    How to condition the gut’s chemistry and prime it for fiber consumption

    Until recently, we didn’t really understand how the gut reacts to fiber. We accepted a half-truth: fiber is key to gut health. And we kept adding it to our diet, suffering the consequences hoping it will “do its thing” (eventually).

    However, some recent studies have demonstrated the exact opposite of what we thought we knew.

    Supplementing fiber without the other 2 key ingredients may actually be bad for gut health.

    Through years of research, we found that there are 3 pillars of gut health:

    • fiber (soluble and insoluble)
    • probiotics
    • digestive enzymes

    A modern lifestyle can easily destroy the delicate balance of these pillars… this means most people have a “weak” gut to begin with.

    You might have noticed that fiber IS part of the healthy gut equation. Excluding it is NOT the solution. Especially if you want to slim down and enjoy long-term health.

    However, it only works with good gut bacteria and digestive enzymes.

    And this is exactly why we created Pineapple Chia Cleanse.

    The Pineapple Chia Cleanse Difference

    Most fiber supplements contain one single source of fiber.

    This might hit the label claim for total grams, but they are missing the big picture. 

    When you marry a good source of fiber with probiotics and digestive enzymes, you create something powerful. And this unique combination is at the very core of Pineapple Chia Cleanse

    Fiber should always come from a diverse source of plants. These act as prebiotics that heal your gut.

    We want both soluble AND insoluble sources of fiber. Why? Because it's the ideal prebiotic blend. This is what your gut absolutely craves.

    As your gut is beginning to change for the better, we nourish it with probiotics. These are the good bacteria in your gut that eat away the bad bugs, boost your immune system and create a healthy environment. These probiotics feed off the prebiotic fibers so they can do their magic. One cannot exist without the other!

    Now we have the ideal environment. iIcluding digestive enzymes is the next step. These help you break down old, undigested food. Rotten food that has been wasting away in your gut and causing chronic bloating.

    Finally, the fiber works as the perfect push broom to sweep all that waste out.

    This is the perfect cycle of harmony that nature designed to keep our gut nourished.

    It’s ESSENTIAL to supplement ALL of the above in order to help your gut adapt to the increased fiber intake.

    By supercharging your gut with probiotics, prebiotics and enzymes, you’re creating the perfect conditions so that your body can TRULY benefit from fiber.