I am not sure but I think Renewlife products are created to help with constipation but not really to get rid of mucoid plaque. However I have read a post regarding Paragone helping to pass some mucoid plaque. I have read very good comments about Paragone.
The ingredient in clean FiberSmart is Flax seed. Richard says Flax seed is really good. I agree with him but I believe that if your objective is to get rid of mucoid plaque instead just improving with constipation, psillyum husks would be better. (for this objective, Flax seed is good for many other things).
I think you can continue taking the Renewlife product and try to take some psyllium separately. I took for some time just psyllium and that was good.
Any way here is some information about renewlife products. Is FiberSmart the one you are taking?
Medical research has conclusively shown the benefits of high fiber diets. Fiber is the indigestible parts of fruits, seeds, vegetables, whole grains and other edible plants. Fiber is generally classified as either soluble or insoluble.
Soluble fiber is that which easily dissolves in water. Fruit pectin is an example of soluble fiber. Soluble fibers lead to the production of short chain fatty acids (SCFAs), which support the nourishment of the cells of the large intestine and promote digestive healing. SCFAs also help reduce levels of cholesterol and can inhibit the growth of yeasts and disease-causing bacteria.
Insoluble fiber is not easily dissolved in water. Wheat bran is an insoluble fiber. Insoluble fibers help inactivate many intestinal toxins and may help to inhibit the ability of parasites to attach to the walls of the intestine. Insoluble fibers also contain roughage which helps tone the bowel. Research has also shown that insoluble fiber may play a role in reducing intestinal permeability.
Which type of fiber is best?
Both soluble and insoluble fiber are important, and FiberSMART™ contains both.
What are the potential benefits of high-fiber diets?
· Lower cholesterol levels
· Normalize blood Sugar
· Improve bowel function
· Feed intestinal bacteria
· Inactivate intestinal toxins
· Decrease intestinal permeability
How is FiberSMART different from other products?
· FiberSMART is made with flax, unlike most other powdered fibers that are made of psyllium.
· Flax fiber does not bind, swell, or gel like psyllium-based fiber products.
· FiberSMART’s flax fiber can be tolerated by many individuals sensitive to psyllium.
· Flax contains lignins, which strengthen fiber cells, thought to help the body’s defenses against many health problems.
FiberSMART is not just fiber - it’s also fortified with additional ingredients beneficial to digestive health.
I hope this helps!
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