What are prebiotics?
Prebiotics, including resistant starch, are indigestible fibers present in specific foods. Rather than being broken down in the gut, prebiotic fibers pass through the digestive system, promoting the growth and activity of beneficial bacteria, known as probiotics. These prebiotics act as a source of nourishment for the good bacteria, fostering a healthy gut microbiota.
According to the CSIRO increasing intakes of prebiotic fibres is likely more effective for improving gut health than a probiotic.
This prebiotic that we use in our Iced Tea range promotes a healthy digestive balance without causing excess gas or bloating. It is certified Low FODMAP by Monash University. This clinically proven prebiotic fiber improves regularity, addressing occasional constipation and diarrhea by helping move through the gut at the right pace.
Sunfiber offers a convenient way to enhance fiber intake and support digestive well-being unlike other fibers.
It is important to note that most people do not meet their recommended daily fiber intake of 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men.