Wheat Bran is the fibrous covering of wheat. Rich in hemicelluloses, it is an insoluble fiber.
Oat Bran is produced by grinding clean oat groats or rolled oats and separating the resulting oat flour. The bran must provide at least 5.5% [beta]-glucan soluble fiber and a total dietary fiber content of 16%. At least one-third of the total dietary fiber must be soluble fiber.
Inulin (Chicory Fiber) is a soluble fiber found in many plants. It is a preferred food for the lactobacilli in the intestine and can improve the balance of friendly bacteria in the bowel. Unique to this fiber, it improves the bio-availability of minerals including calcium.
Psyllium husk is the dried seed coat (epidermis) of the Plantago ovata, known as blond psyllium or Indian psyllium. It is high in both soluble and insoluble fiber as well as mucilage.
Vital wheat gluten is the natural protein derived from wheat. It is basically wheat flour with the starch removed.
Flax seeds are a small, oval-shaped seed that come from the flax plant. When the seeds are used whole, they slowly release mucilage through the fiber wall.
Sunflower seeds are packed with monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, protein, fiber, minerals, vitamin E and phytochemicals.
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