Organic Psyllium Husks Powder
If you’re looking into cutting down your carbohydrate intake without sacrificing fibre, you should look into psyllium husk powder. It is one of the herbs that is slowly gaining popularity especially for people who are into the Atkins-style diet. They are also good for those who want to increase their fibre uptake or who simply want to eat healthy and live a longer life.
- ORIGIN: India
- AVAILABLE AS: Whole, Powder
- GOOD FOR : Metabolism, Liver Function, Bone and Muscle, Teeth, Blood Coagulation, Digestion
- NUTRITION : Fiber, Glycosides, Protein, Polysaccharides, Vitamin B1, Choline, Calcium
- DIRECTIONS FOR USE : A typical adult dosage is one-half to 2 teaspoons per day; 30 - 40 grams is the maximum dosage per day. Take with glass of water.
What is it?
Also called isabgol and ispaghula in India, Plantain is an annual, herbaceous herb that produces small, white flowers. Its leaves have three to five veins. Plantain or psyllium (they are synonymous) is just one of the 250 species of Plantago, the genus where plantain belongs.
Psyllium has seeds and the outer covering of these seeds or husk is what’s turned into psyllium husk powder. Psyllium has its roots in India and Pakistan where it was used in traditional ayurveda medicine for 5,000 years as cure for a lot of ailments, more prominently, for constipation. It can also be found in Europe and North America, but only towards the end of the twentieth century.
Today, psyllium can be found in almost every region in the world—Asia, Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Soviet Union and others.
What are its nutritional content and health benefits?
Historically, psyllium has many uses. Not all of it has been proven by science, but you can be sure that those backed by studies and research truly works.
Remedy to relive constipation, A natural laxative. The ancients were right. They might not have scientifically proven at the time why psyllium works in constipation, but they do know it works. Now, science can prove that psyllium is a bulk mucilage filled with types of digestive enzymes such like Proteases, Lipases, Amylases that contributes to proper digestiong of protein, fats, and starches.
Calcium Supplementation in Postmenopausal Women. In the skeletal system, an about 99% of calcium is found. Thus, its lavishness making it essential for different body functions, such as muscle contraction, blood clotting and nerve impluse transmission. Calcium helps to reduce the loss of bone mineral in post-menopausal women. Low bone mineral density is a risk factor for osteoporotic bone fractures.
What makes our psyllium husks powder different?
Where and how much can we deliver?
Impact Foods can provide a consistent supply of raw and psyllium husks powder in bulk, private label and white label. We can also deliver to any place in the UK and all throughout Europe.