Sunfiber’s brain benefits explained during Salt Lake City TV interview

People may know that fiber aids digestion and weight loss, but ABC’s Good Things Utah viewers learned that it also may promote brain health. “When blood sugar goes up too quickly, it’s a really bad thing for the brain,” explained nutritionist Dr. Jonny Bowden. Fiber helps to regulate blood sugar levels, which helps the brain by reducing blood sugar spikes. He urged viewers to supplement with Sunfiber, and to get the majority of their fiber from nuts, seeds and vegetables rather than over-processed breads and cereals. “We need about 38 grams [of fiber] a day,” said Bowden, “[Most of us] get about four.” Sunfiber dissolves instantly in liquids without affecting flavor, consistency or odor.

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