Delta Weight-Loss Shake Folks in Delta may only think about fiber when they are feeling constipated. Keeping you regular is one of the benefits of a high-fiber diet, but not the only one.

Fiber is important for heart health. Vancouver area people who eat a high-fiber diet are less likely to have high cholesterol levels. Numerous studies has shown the link between fiber and LDL levels. Check out the Nutrition Journal for information on one of the studies.

An increase in fiber consumption can help Langley folks who want to lose weight. Richmond high-fiber meals have lower calorie-volume ratios; in other words, a high-fiber meal is more satisfying and you feel full longer. The Mayo Clinic says dietary fiber is essential for a healthy diet.

Richmond and Surrey diabetics can benefit from a high-fiber diet according to the Mayo Clinic article; fiber can slow the absorption of sugar, which can improve blood sugar levels.

The majority of Vancouver people do not get enough fiber in their diets. Highly-processed white flour products, convenience foods and fast food meals have very little fiber. It takes time effort to locate and purchase Langley fiber rich foods.

The American Dietetic Association reports that most of us don’t even come close to the recommended intake of 20 grams to 35 grams of fiber a day.

The Xocai X Protein Meal Shake and Activ Beverage are two delicious sources of fiber. The Xocai X Protein Meal Shake has 8 grams of fiber per serving. Xocai Activ provides 28 percent of the daily recommended value for dietary fiber.

To learn more about these nutritional Xocai weight-loss chocolate products, call me at 604.943.8598. I am a Xocai entrpreneur and investor in human spirit based in Delta.

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