Plant-based dietary fiber
Natural dietary fibers induce colonic motility and increase bulk to the stool, helping the stool pass more quickly through the intestines. Dietary fiber also provide and extend satiation.
Green tea extract
Green tea extract has strong antioxidative capacity due to its tea polyphenols and catechin. It eliminates the reaction of free radicals to prevent cardiovascular disease, regulate physical function, reduce body fat, remove the waste materials from your body, and promote constipation.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (commonly known as baker’s yeast) is a single-celled eukaryote, it is an important ingredient in baking as well as beer brewing. In the early stage of the use of yeast supplement, the color and taste of yeast was dark and bitter because it was the by-product of brewing beer from hop. Nowadays, the source of yeast supplement is cultivating by sugarcane molasses. This not only preserves full and unaltered protein, mineral and vitamin content of pure yeast but also provides better taste which is not bitter anymore.
Probiotics + Prebiotics
Probiotics, like yeasts and bacteria in our intestines, promote digestive health, support a healthy immune system, and can help reduce the unwanted effects of bloating, gas, or diarrhea. Prebiotic supplements help maintain digestive balance while supplying the required nutrition probiotics need to thrive.
FlavonoidsSource: Dandelion Function: detoxification, edema reduction, diuretic
SennosideSource: Purging cassia Function: constipation stimulation