Millet bran fiber is a product of increased biological value and a product of special dietary use.
have the ability to stimulate hematopoiesis
promotes expansion of coronary vessels
have the valuable property of removing residual antibiotics and decomposition products from the body
is an excellent means for losing weight
normalizes weight and promotes active longevity
help to heal broken bones and strengthen damaged bones, heal wounds
strengthen muscle strength
normalize blood pressure for a long time
give eyes vigilance at night and at dusk
improves skin condition
accelerates tissue regeneration
improves hair and nail growth
indispensable for maintaining vision and strong immunity
helps to cleanse the body of bile acids, toxins, eliminate nitrates that enter the body when eating vegetables and fruits
Recommendations for use:
It is recommended to use as a dietary supplement to the diet to normalize digestion and work of the gastrointestinal tract, to lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels, to reduce the likelihood of blood clots, normalize metabolism and blood cholesterol levels, increase immunity and body defenses, improve general condition of the body, prevention of cardiovascular diseases, normalization of the prostate gland, for the removal of toxic substances from the body, prevention of colon cancer, prevention of dysbiosis and normalization of hormonal balance. Oat bran fiber helps relieve constipation.
Mode of application:
Millet bran fiber can and should be added to any first and second courses, side dishes, vegetable caviar, vegetable and fruit salads, to cottage cheese, milk, kefir, yoghurts, juices and fruit purees, desserts, when baking homemade cakes and bread.
By adding millet bran fiber to food, it is possible to establish normal intestinal activity in 3-4 days. Not a single drug has a similar effect.
Millet bran fiber is a healthy food and a healthy bread substitute. fiber lacks yeast and white flour.
You can pre-steam the millet bran fiber with water, and after half an hour drain the water.
After that, the swollen fiber is recommended to be taken with warm water or simply added to regular food, as indicated above.
As a preventive measure, it is enough to consume 1-2 teaspoons of millet bran fiber per day. Children can be given millet bran fiber from 2 years old. The daily rate of fiber in millet bran is selected strictly individually, focusing on the frequency of the stool: it is desirable that while taking the fiber, the stool is 2 times a day. You should start with 1 teaspoon 3 times a day. You can gradually increase the dose to 1 tablespoon 3 times a day.
During the period of constant consumption of bran fiber, you need to drink a lot of water – up to 6 glasses a day.
Individual sensitivity to some components.
Storage conditions and terms:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging.
Packing 160 g
This product is not a medical product.
Benefits of millet bran plant fiber
The main value of millet bran fiber is its high fiber content. Millet bran fiber helps to regulate bowel function, improve microflora and lose weight. Millet bran fiber is very beneficial for health and a slim figure.
The bran consists of the flower coat (rind) of the grain, the grain germ, and the aleurone layer of the grain. It is in the bran that all the most useful things in the grain are stored. The bran contains 90% of the biologically active components of whole grains. Flour of the highest grades is pure starch, in which there are neither living cells nor active microelements necessary for our body.
Regular consumption of oat bran fiber helps to lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels. Also, fiber from millet bran is able to establish bile secretion in case of gallbladder dyskinesia, helps to get rid of constipation. The use of fiber from millet bran helps to remove harmful compounds of heavy metals from the body.
Millet bran fiber for weight loss
Fiber from millet bran is very useful for overweight people, it helps to lose weight and acquire a slim figure. Foods with more fiber are absorbed more slowly and give you a feeling of fullness for a longer time. Also, fiber from bran enhances intestinal motility, which reduces the absorption of nutrients and, consequently, the calorie content of food eaten.
In addition, swelling in the stomach and increasing in volume, millet bran fiber quickly creates the illusion of satiety, thus protecting a person from overeating, and, consequently, from gaining excess weight and subsequent obesity.
Fiber from millet bran contains vitamins of group B, vitamins A and E. In addition, bran contains trace elements necessary for the normal course of metabolic processes in the body: potassium, calcium, fluorine, copper, zinc, magnesium, selenium, chromium, etc. Bran can be safely attributed to healthy foods. When grinding grain, many valuable minerals are destroyed. Lovers of starchy foods, as a rule, have increased acidity of gastric juice. If food is prepared from unrefined grain or with the use of bran, then it helps prevent constipation and related diseases: hemorrhoids, obesity, etc., as well as: thrombophlebitis, ischemia, diabetes.
Millet bran fiber in the fight against obesity and diabetes
Vegetable fibers, which are abundant in bran, are poorly digested and, thanks to this, a person does not feel hunger longer. This explains the popularity of millet bran fiber in overweight people. Also, fiber from millet bran has a low nutritional value. At the time of its passage through the intestines, fiber from millet bran swells, forming a soft mass, which cleanses the intestines from decay products and carcinogens. Due to this, the fiber from millet bran tends to reduce the amount of sugar and cholesterol in the blood.
Millet bran fiber is recommended for patients with diabetes mellitus as an effective adjuvant. Systematic consumption of it in food restores metabolism and lowers blood sugar.
Fiber of millet bran slows down the absorption of carbohydrates and, thereby, inhibits the process of increasing blood glucose levels. In this regard, regular consumption of it in food is beneficial for people suffering from diabetes mellitus (i.e., the introduction of millet bran fiber into the diet will allow diabetic patients to significantly reduce the amount of insulin-containing drugs consumed).
Research evidence suggests that in diabetes, for example, consuming millet bran fiber prevents post-meal blood glucose levels from rising. Accordingly, the need for insulin and other antidiabetic drugs decreases.
Millet bran fiber for normal cardiovascular function
Bran of millet (millet) is recommended for diseases of the cardiovascular system, atherosclerosis, habitual constipation, hypertension, liver diseases. Millet bran contains vitamins A, E, PP, group B, minerals: calcium, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, iron, iodine, zinc, copper, manganese, nickel. In millet bran, there is 4 times more potassium and 5 times more magnesium than in rice. Due to the fact that millet bran contains a lot of copper, manganese and niacin, they have the ability to stimulate hematopoiesis, and a high content of magnesium promotes the expansion of coronary vessels. Also, millet bran has a valuable property to remove residual antibiotics and their decomposition products from the body (when taking antibiotics, you need to consume millet bran every day). The peculiarity of millet was also revealed to reduce the growth of tumors, and its diuretic properties help in the treatment of dropsy. Millet bran helps to heal broken bones and strengthen damaged bones, heal wounds, promote soft tissue joining and strengthen the muscular system. In case of hypertension, millet bran normalizes blood pressure for a long time, gives vigilance to the eyes at night and at dusk. Millet bran contains high amounts of iodine, zinc, potassium, sodium, bromine and phosphorus.
According to scientists, a person would live longer and feel better if his diet had more fiber from rough, poorly digested food. Bran is just such food. Due to their high fiber content, they are difficult to digest.
Benefits of millet bran fiber for the female and male body:
People who consume more plant fiber are much less likely to develop heart disease than those who consume less fiber. The fact that bran has medicinal and protective properties is probably due to its high content of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients. In addition, some of the plant lignins found in bran are actually phytoestrogens and their regular consumption helps prevent hormone-related neoplasms.
Millet bran is rich in vitamins B3 and B6, as well as polyunsaturated acids OMEGA-3 and OMEGA-6. In this regard, they, like linseed oil, normalize the balance of estrogen in a woman’s body, and therefore their use in food is very useful for the prevention and treatment of breast cancer, endometriosis, uterine fibroids and other “female” diseases.
For men, the introduction into the diet of millet bran fiber, rich in vitamin E (the vitamin of youth), will help restore potency and maintain “male” strength for many years.
Regular consumption of millet bran fiber helps to remove harmful compounds of heavy metals from the body. Eating millet bran fiber in food normalizes intestinal function and reduces the risk of tumors in the colon area. Thanks to the fiber of millet bran, the digestion process shifts below the area in the colon where the tumor usually develops.
One gets the impression that millet bran fiber is useful in literally everything. The way it is. Contraindications can be only in cases of exacerbation of gastritis, polyps, stomach ulcer. At the time of an exacerbation, it is better to stop taking millet bran fiber until the relapse ends.
If you have an acute feeling of hunger in the evenings, and eat after 18:00 in order to normalize your weight, the nutritionist did not advise you, a glass of kefir with a handful of millet bran fiber will perfectly relieve the feeling of hunger.
Foods enriched with bran promotes the formation of a special substance that prevents cell damage. Nutritionists believe that about 30 grams of dietary fiber should enter our gastrointestinal tract each day. Dietary fiber (fiber) creates a feeling of fullness. In addition, they stimulate bile secretion, the motor function of the intestine, dilute the contents of the intestine and form, increase the amount of feces, have a positive effect on the intestinal microflora, and effectively reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood. Lack of fiber in modern nutrition is one of the causes of constipation, the main risk factor for the development of polyps of the colon and rectum, hemorrhoids.
Millet bran fiber is essential for the well-coordinated work of the digestive system and is effective in the prevention of cancer. Fiber, which is especially rich in millet bran, is capable of retaining a large amount of water due to its porous structure. In this regard, getting into the intestine, it promotes the liquefaction of feces and their active movement through the large intestine. It is thanks to this property that millet bran fiber is useful for those who suffer from frequent constipation.
The fiber of millet bran contains substances that stimulate intestinal motility and promote the release of toxins. The most important trace element for humans, iron, also remains in the bran (as opposed to flour).
The main property of bran is the ability to retain water. For example, 1 gram of bran can hold 5 grams of water. This is what provides an increase in the peristalsis of the large intestine and increases the volume of feces. Thanks to fiber, the possibility of contact of harmful substances and by-products of metabolism with the colon mucosa is reduced, which minimizes the risk of colon cancer and hemorrhoids. In addition, fiber serves as an excellent breeding ground for beneficial intestinal microflora. Thanks to this, the use of millet bran fiber is an effective way to prevent and treat dysbiosis.
The B vitamins, which are rich in millet bran, are excellent for digestion (vitamins B2 and B3 have a beneficial effect on the mucous membrane of the entire digestive tract, vitamin B3 stimulates the production of gastric juice and motor function of the stomach, as well as enhances the activity of the liver and pancreas). Fiber of millet bran normalizes the process of bile secretion, as well as adsorbs harmful bile acids and “bad” cholesterol formed as a result of hepatic-intestinal bile turnover. This is the basis for recommending regular consumption of millet bran fiber for the prevention and treatment of biliary dyskinesia, cholelithiasis and other diseases of the liver, gallbladder and biliary tract.
The health and nutritional benefits of millet bran fiber are immeasurable. It perfectly cleanses the intestines, which is the key to health and longevity.
In Russia, steamed millet bran has long been used in folk medicine as a laxative and normalizing agent for digestion, for poisoning, for therapeutic baths, as an emollient for psoriasis, eczema, and dry skin. In France, the court doctors used bran as a sure remedy for heart ailments. Currently, millet bran fiber is also used in cosmetology to prepare masks for aging skin.
Eating 20-30 grams of millet bran fiber per day prevents the onset and development of polyps in the rectum in patients with familial colon polyposis. In patients with nonfamilial polyposis, it is possible to avoid the reappearance of polyps after they are surgically removed.