All about Attogram Psyllium Blend Powder

Superiority of Whole Approach's Attogram’s psyllium blend 

There is a broad range of quality in the psyllium products on the market today. Some of these products are contaminated and can cause allergenic reactions. Psyllium is often sourced from India where pesticide usage is known to be high. Economically priced psyllium products may contain pesticides or toxic chemicals. Benzene Hexachloride and Lindane are two potent carcinogens that have been found in some psyllium products. Attogram Psyllium comes from a reliable source and has been laboratory tested to confirm that it does not contain any detectable levels of pesticides or toxic chemicals. 

In addition to the concerns about impurities, other psyllium products on the market can contain   additives such as soy flour, herbs or even in one known case, sawdust. Attogram psyllium contains 100% pure psyllium husks and seeds and nothing else.

 

On more than the quality points discussed above, Attogram’s psyllium stands out from it’s competitors in another important way. The Attogram product consists of a proprietors’ formula that includes both the seed and the husk in a specific ratio that optimizes it’s cleansing properties. 

This formula is designed in such a way that when it is mixed with ample water and swallowed, it forms a gel like mass that is just bulky and heavy enough to facilitate the movement of waste through the colon and just slippery enough to ensure that it continues to move easily.

 

The fibre blend also has an ideal texture that enables a scrubbing action to help dislodge candida breeding along the sides of the colon while removing sticky or hardened waste materials. Many people report that the Attogram psyllium makes them feel ‘cleaner inside’ than any other psyllium product they’ve tried.

Attogram Seed and Husk Psyllium Blend 


About the laxative label on the bottle

"The warning on the Attogram psyllium bottle is a label that is required by the FDA on all psyllium products because technically, psyllium is classed as a laxative. Though psyllium husk alone is fairly laxative, when it is mixed in with a percentage of seed powder as in the proprietor Attogram blend, it provides more bulk than plain husk powders and it is less laxative.

 

The Attogram psyllium blend is only very mildly laxative and will not cause dependency. It is mostly in it's stool bulking effect that it produces cleansing benefits. Because of the product's ideal expansion ability, it is recommended that  people are prone to constipation increase dosages gradually when starting this product.

 

Also when one is discontinuing the use of this or any fibre, it is wise to do so gradually since the body needs time to adjust to less bulk in order to maintain regularity. Attogram psyllium blend is safe to use on a regular basis. 

The following is an excerpt from "Prescription for Nutritional Healing" by Dr. Balch M.D. and Phyllis Balch:

"Bulk forming agents increase the bulk and water content of the stools. They are the only type of laxatives that can be safe to take on a daily basis. Examples include bran (both in foods and in supplement form), psyllium, and methylcellulose."

Attogram Seed and Husk Psyllium Blend 

Health benefits of fibre through Attogram psyllium blend

Psyllium supplementation can protect us from several diseases of the digestive system and constipation. It may also help to reduce stress on the pancreas while lowering blood sugar and cholesterol. It can also help to produce an increased feeling of satiation. 

A variety of epidemiological (disease and population) studies have found that in populations with high-fiber diets, the incidences of colon cancer, appendicitis, and diverticulosis are very low. Industrialized countries, which largely have diets high in fat and low in fiber, have high incidences of these diseases.

Fiber has long been recognized as one of the best food ingredients for maintaining regularity and preventing constipation. Consuming fiber reduces transit time and results in a more thorough evacuation of waste materials.

Because fiber may cause starches and sugars to be absorbed more slowly into the bloodstream, the amount of glucose in the blood is reduced and so is the work required of the pancreas in producing insulin. An added benefit of this function, is that it helps to maintain stable blood sugar.

Water-soluble fiber may lower cholesterol. Fiber removes bile acids from the body and bile acids are made from cholesterol. In order to replace the bile acids lost to fiber, the body pulls more cholesterol out of the blood. This lowers cholesterol. However, not all water-soluble fiber does this. The fiber found in oat bran, legumes, and Psyllium is shown to be effective in this way. Studies reported by Kellogg indicate that a daily intake of 10 grams of soluble fibre (the type found in psyllium), may lower cholesterol by as much as 15 percent.

Because fiber is low in calories, it can be added to your diet, increasing your feeling of satiety without significantly increasing your caloric intake. In other words, you may find yourself eating less. This is beneficial in weight-loss programs.

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