Konjac is a root vegetable, and the bulb of the plant contains a soluble fiber called glucomannan. Glucomannan has traditionally been used for centuries for various health benefits and as a fiber supplement. As a great source of dietary fiber, it may help promote digestive and bowel health and contribute to healthy gut function.
Soluble fiber is known to absorb water to form a gel-like material and slows down digestion. Glucomannan is a potent prebiotic which improves the types of gut bacteria we have as well as the diversity.
Additionally, Glucomannan powder is a water-soluble polysaccharide with hygroscopic properties. The dry powder swells into bulky fiber in water and can promote the feeling of fullness or satiety, thereby helping manage food intake.
Many use glucomannan powder for cooking. It's a practically tasteless powder that is great for mixing into smoothies and other foods. It adds a thicker consistency. It can be used as a much healthier substitute for corn starch. Glucomannan from Konjac root is also commonly used to make japanese noodles and various types of rice and desserts that are low carb and gluten-free.
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Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar– Apple cider vinegar has been a home remedy for a multitude of ills for thousands of years. It has also been used to manage pain and reduce inflammation. This can be done topically or internally, usually diluted in water either way.
Organic Açai Berries Freeze Dried Powwder
Açai berries are high in antioxidants. They also contain B vitamins, magnesium, potassium, healthy fats, and phosphorus. The açai berry is one of the most well-known superfoods that is beneficial for the body’s microbiome. Studies have shown that açai berries have anti-inflammatory properties, help improve the cognitive function, maintaining healthy blood sugar levels, and protect against heart diseases. The berries themselves have also been suggested to help slow down age-related memory loss in individuals.
Organic Kale Powder
Kale has an excellent source of nutrients like zinc, folate, magnesium, calcium, vitamin C, fiber, and iron. Research has shown that dark leafy greens can reduce the risk of chronic illnesses like type 2 diabetes and heart disease.