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Many modern diseases are linked to insufficient weak gut flora, which are killed by antibiotics allowing yeast and disease to thrive. Even if you didn’t take lots of antibiotics in your life- if you eat animal products, you are STILL ingesting antibiotics fed to the animals, which is killing your gut probiotics. Healthy gut flora is crucial for health. Most swallowed probiotics are killed in stomach acid, so it’s best to feed and reinforce the ones we have. Fiber is their main food source and these are their favorites. 97% of Americans don’t even get the minimum needed daily amount of fiber. Animal products have ZERO fiber. The number one killer in America is heart disease, and the top reason for that is animal products- including milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs, fish, chicken, creamy salad dressings, creamy soups, cottage cheese, cream cheese, cheesecake etc. They all have saturated fat, cholesterol, animal hormones foreign to the human body, including cancer antaginists like IGF-1, estrogen, methionine and choline.

Fiber helps remove cholesterol, estrogens and xenoestrogens from the body, which is why it’s great for helping prevent estrogen-driven cancers like breast, uterine and ovarian cancer- and prostate cancer in men. It helps regular movement through the digestive tract. The longer food stays in the colon, the more chances of colon diseases and colon cancer. It helps regulate and normalize blood sugar. It is the main food source of probiotics, which by the way are 2/3 of your immune system. It helps you lose weight and stay thin because it helps get rid of bad stuff in your body and it helps you feel full but doesn’t absorb into the body.

Refined bread, pasta, bagels, cereal, pancakes, fruit juice ARE NOT HEALTHY FIBER. They are low-grade, low-fiber products that feed Candida yeast, leading to disease. Even cooked vegetables are not the same anymore and are considered low fiber after being broken down by heat. The kind of fiber probiotics need is raw plant fiber, which is why most people are seriously lacking in healthy gut flora- it isn’t getting any healthy fiber! Which is why so many people are sick and overweight. At least take a spoonful of this prebiotic fiber every day to be safe.

Probiotic supplements are inadequate. Most supermarket probiotics contain Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium species. These species are specialized for digesting milk but they’re useless against more severe bowel diseases caused by chronic infections. There are over 10,000 strains of probiotics, so the best approach is to feed the ones already inside you and make them stronger.

You don’t want fiber products with FOS (fructooliosaccharides) which is an isolated sugar that feeds candida. People love it and companies try to glorify it as a great thing that feeds probiotics, and it does, but it it also feeds candida yeast which is 5 times stronger than probiotics, plus FOS causes bloating and gas. It’s ok when its still part of the plant, but not when its isolated. Other companies use it as their main ingredient because it’s mainly sugar and know people will get addicted to it and love the taste of their product and keep buying that product. But it’s self defeating to buy something to help the gut while at the same time hurting the gut by promoting uncontrolled candida growth that suffocates the delicate probiotics you are trying to nurture.

Be aware that ANY fiber can cause gas and bloating, and here’s why. The main food source for Candida yeast is sugar and refined carbs, and the main food source for probiotics (the good gut flora) is FIBER. When you eat fiber, you are feeding BILLIONS of microorganisms in your gut- that means billions of little critters eating, digesting, pooping and farting inside you. This is normal to all living things. You need these guys- they are your army fighting to keep you healthy and that army needs to be fed and anything that eats also poops and farts. This causes a buildup of gas inside you, but it is only temporary. The gas created from probiotics is not a bad thing. Noted you may not like having a bloated look for a few hours, but the next morning when you wake up, you’ll probably be more chiseled and better looking than ever!

You NEED fiber. It’s super important to health. Each 11 oz bag has 53 servings at 1 teaspoon per serving. Each teaspoon has 5 grams of dietary fiber; each tablespoon almost 15 grams!


Powdered Dates

A great sweet source of fiber full of minerals, iron, protein, folate, niacin, B6, vit K, zinc. Helps with constipation, intestinal disorders, heart problems, diarrhea, abdominal cancer, energy source. Despite the high level of sweetness, date sugar doesn’t feed bad bacteria because it contains nicotinic, which is necessary in controlling the growth of pathological organisms and increase the growth of friendly bacteria.


Acacia Fiber

A hardened sap from the African Acacia tree, this is one of the best most soluble prebiotic fibers essential for strengthening the population of good bacteria in your gut. Helps with constipation and diarrhea. Gut flora love this stuff! It even helps with clearing clogged bronchial passages.


Dandelion Root

High in Inulin, a soluble non-digestible dietary fiber, helps reduce bloating, gas, indigestion, bowel cleanser, helps manage insulin, get rid of cholesterol, stimulates bile secretion, aids digestion, blood cleanser and liver cleanser.


Burdock Root

Contains Inulin, a polysaccharide carbohydrate fiber that stimulates healthy gut bacteria. It also contains mucilage, which helps protect damaged intestinal walls. Prevents constipation, maintains colon health, anti-inflammatory, liver cleanser, helps with bloating, gas, digestion, detoxification.


Pea Fiber

A very high-fiber source that also helps hold up to nine times its weight in water, which helps things move through the colon with ease.



Packed with fiber, vitamins and healing properties. Wonderfully high in FOS (fructooligosaccharides) and Inulin. Excellent kidney stimulant, helps urinary tract infections, diuretic, gout, has lots of anti-inflammatories, helps convert amino acids into protein. Roots lower blood pressure. Some say if you eat asparagus every day you will never get cancer.


Apple Peel

Aside from being a great source of fiber, the triterpenoids in apple peel have anti-cancer effects in liver, breast, and colon cancers, and help protect against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s.



Soothes the gut membrane and has antacid effect to help stomach ulcers. Great source of fiber to help elimination, constipation. Good source of fructooligosaccharides, which feeds probiotics. Helps leaky gut and nutrient absorption.


Holy Basil

Helps calm the stomach, digestive upset and bloating. Helps relax nerves, sharpen memory, boosts immunity, relieves inflammation, balances cholesterol, eliminates toxins, protects against radiation, helps cleanse body of wastes, supports liver, helps gastric ulcers and reduce stress.


Slippery Elm Bark

Used for stomach and digestive issues, constipation, ulcers, bloody diarrhea, dysentery, appendicitis, duodenal ulcer, inflammation of mucus membranes, asthma, lungs, bowels, bladder, prostate, tumors, cancer. Softens hardened tissue. Use as a nutritious food source for people with digestive problems.

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