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Keep it Simple!
Author:Marie Lyles


Passion is everything. You have to love what you do in order to value who you are! Keeping things simple, you don’t have to know every detail about products. But you need to have a basic understanding of how they work!

Example? Understanding the difference between Soluble and Insoluble Fiber and which products offer these valuable ingredients. People ask all the time what is the difference? Nutri-Cleanse is a moving fiber and White Chia is dietary fiber. Having the basic knowledge will help assist your clients in making the right choices. Consumers are interested in the benefits of how it will work for them.

Nutri-Cleanse = Soluble and Insoluble
A great fiber product (soluble & insoluble fiber)
• Swells (up to 50 times), in liquids giving it a colon sweeping action.
• Designed as a nutritional fiber, with key ingredients to enhance cleansing and detoxification of the intestines.
• Ingredients rich in natural enzymes and nutrients to cleanse, soothe, and freshen the bowel.
• Powerful antioxidants and natural anti-inflammatory ingredients.
• Fiber and herbs to relieve constipation and improve peristaltic movements
• May help prevent diverticular disease
• May help prevent polyps in the bowel
• May help relieve constipation
• Natural high fiber diets are protective against development of diabetes.

White Chia = Soluble Fiber

• Soluble fiber which, when added to water and left for 20 minutes, will form a soft gelatin structure.
• This gel forming phenomenon takes place in the stomach when Chia is eaten.
• The gel creates a physical barrier between carbohydrates and the digestive enzymes that break them down, slowing the conversion of carbohydrates into sugar, which is beneficial (especially for diabetics).
• The process of prolonging the conversion into sugar, stabilizes metabolism, lessens the surges of high and low blood sugar levels and lengthens the duration of the fueling effect of Chia.

Keeping things basic and simple you’ll see the great feedback from your clients!


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