But, there’s good news. Soluble fiber, like that found in our O3NC formula, has been proven to assist the body in more efficiently using the cholesterol it needs, while flushing out the cholesterol it doesn’t. Additionally, by pairing that fiber with Omega 3 fatty acids, we’re helping support the HDL cholesterol necessary for preventing the harmful build-up of LDL cholesterol, and all of the risks associated with it.
Just like you, your gut bacteria need to eat well to function at their best. And, the food that fuels them is fiber. Omega3NutraCleanse features the soluble fiber that promotes a well-functioning microbiome, helping you process and digest the food you eat with greater efficacy.
In addition to being a source of both insoluble and soluble fiber, O3NC is low in FODMAP sugars (the sugars known to cause intestinal distress), helping improve digestive health without triggering IBS.
But, adopting a fiber-rich diet and achieving a healthy body weight, can help mitigate the body’s deficiencies, and in some cases, send the disease into remission. Just ⅓ cup of O3NC has 8 grams of soluble fiber, hitting the mark for the expert-recommended daily intake. In addition to fiber, it features Omega 3 fatty acids, proven to assist with insulin resistance, high blood pressure, and abdominal obesity that can contribute to diabetes.
As anxiety and depression continue to grow in prevalence within our population, so too does the research on mental health. There’s growing evidence to support these conditions being linked to our body’s inflammatory response, triggering symptoms like fatigue, reduced cognition, reduced appetite, and more.
Although an inflammatory response is a helpful function within our bodies, it becomes harmful when it is sustained beyond when it’s necessary. But, Omega 3 fatty acids, like those found in O3NC, have been proven to assist with this prolonged inflammatory response, and in turn, helping reduce and prevent the symptoms associated with anxiety and depression.
In addition to a well-balanced diet and active lifestyle, one of the factors contributing to a healthy weight is the regular intake of fiber—something that most Americans are not getting! This fiber helps support healthy digestion, improves your body’s metabolic processes, and helps prevent overeating by contributing to a feeling of fullness.