Every day, your body is subjected to toxins in the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the food you eat. Polluted air, water, or foods (from chemicals and preservatives) are sources of toxins that you may have little or no control over, depending on where you live or work and your nutritional choices.
The symptoms of having too many toxins in your body can include constipation, a lack of energy, digestive problems, aches and pains, inflammation, and difficulties in trying to lose weight. The longer that toxins stay in your body, the worse your health can get. Detoxification is a necessary step to help reverse the situation.
A simple and effective way to detoxify is to get more dietary fiber. Along with eating fiber-rich foods, Herbal Fiberblend can supplement your intake with psyllium fiber in combination with herbs to help cleanse your digestive tract, promote regular bowel movements and remove harmful toxins.
Herbal Fiberblend provides both soluble and insoluble fiber. Insoluble fiber works like an indigestible brush, scrubbing its way through your digestive system and bulking up waste material for elimination. Soluble fiber turns into a gel that acts like a toxin-absorbing sponge.
Among its many benefits, soluble fiber feeds healthy bacteria in the gut, helps digested food to move easily through the digestive tract and can help to lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels.
The positive effects of Herbal Fiberblend experienced by AIM Members have continued for over twenty-two years.
"Everyone is all about 'cleanses' these days and when I introduce them to Herbal Fiberblend, their opinion on the topic really shifts. It's an amazing detox product that works naturally. Get ready to feel lighter, cleaner and lose three to five pounds in the first few days." - Chris Byrnes, Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
"Herbal Fiberblend is by far the best product out there for a colon cleanse and regularity. I've used it for three years now. You cannot go wrong with this product." - Tim Crowe, Granbury, Texas
Studies show 96 percent of Americans are deficient in fiber.
Are you getting enough fiber every day?