Psyllium husk powder is made by grinding seeds from the plant Plantago ovata. It’s used in many products, including breakfast cereals, baked goods, and dietary supplements.
Psyllium husk seeds are a good source of fibre, making them beneficial for people who struggle with constipation. It also helps keep your bowels regular by absorbing water and increasing stool bulk. The husks are made up of tiny fibres called mucilage. These fibres help bind together the contents of your digestive tract, allowing food to pass through more easily. This makes psyllium an effective laxative.
One teaspoon of husk powder contains approximately 5 grams of fibre. You should take one tablespoon daily. If you’re taking other medications, consult with your doctor before adding any new supplement to your diet.
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