Forget everything you know about fiber; this is not your average blend.
Flavor-bursting sweet peaches and exotic mangos are paired to perfection in a delicious fiber drink mix that does so much more than get and keep your digestive tract moving.
Featuring AB Phyto Blend, Fiber+ delivers five (5g) grams of fiber and 750 mg of plant sterols in every delicious serving to aid in weight loss, provide superior cardiovascular support and so much more!*
ActiveBlendz™ Fiber helps:
- Provide a feeling of fullness or satiety.*
- Promotes cardiovascular health.*
- Minimize absorption of (bad) cholesterol.*
- Helps maintain HDL (good) cholesterol or triglycerides.*
- Stabilize healthy blood sugar (glucose) levels.*
High-Fiber Diet and Weight Loss
Losing weight can be tricky and sometimes confusing, especially if you get caught up in the latest fad, magic pill or Hollywood diet. We’re firm believers in keeping things simple and staying with what works—like adding more fiber to your diet. Most American diets lack fiber, consuming less than a third of the 25 g (women) to 38 g (men) recommended by organizations like the Institute of Medicine.
There’s plenty of science behind adding fiber to your diet. A recent study found that people who added more of it to their diets—without changing anything else—lost almost as much weight as people who followed the heart-healthy, low-fat eating plan recommended by the American Heart Association. The study added to a growing body of evidence that people who eat more fiber tend to have a healthier body weight.
How Does Fiber Help with Weight Loss?
Fiber has no magical fat-burning properties. It helps you feel full and satisfied without adding a lot of extra calories to your diet. The great news is, that feeling of fullness doesn’t just send a message to your brain to stop eating, it also slows the absorption of sugars, decreasing your body’s likelihood of storing undigested fats. If you really want to see what your fiber is capable of doing, make sure you’re drinking at least eight glasses of water a day to move the fiber through your digestive system and control your thirst, which can often be confused with hunger.
This Fiber Loves Your Heart with Plant Sterols
You may have heard of them. You have no doubt eaten them. And if you want to lower your high cholesterol, you definitely need more of them. We’re talking about plant sterols. And it’s not just your vegetarians and health professionals that are singing the praises of plant sterols.
Even the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) recognizes the overwhelming evidence of health benefits, allowing products that include .65 g per serving of plant sterols to feature the following health claim: “Foods containing at least 0.65 g per serving of plant sterol esters, eaten twice a day with meals for a daily total intake of at least 1.3 g, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease.”
Javita’s ActiveBlendz Fiber+ delivers .75 g of plant sterols per serving, consumed twice daily it provides 1.5 g of plant sterols to aid your daily wellness, heart-healthy endeavors.
They’re not exactly the sexiest-sounding health nutrients out there, but getting friendlier with them now can influence your health today and for decades to come. On a molecular level, sterols and stanols look a lot like cholesterol. So when they travel through your digestive tract, they get in the way. They can prevent real cholesterol from being absorbed into your bloodstream. Instead of clogging up your arteries, the cholesterol just goes out with the waste. Research has shown a direct line between plant sterols and lowering LDL, or “bad,” cholesterol.
Experts have been studying the effects of food fortified with plant sterols for decades. One important study of people with high cholesterol found that less than an ounce of stanol-fortified margarine a day could lower “bad” LDL cholesterol by 14%. The results were published in The New England Journal of Medicine.
A more recent study from the University of California Davis Medical Center looked at the effects of sterol-fortified orange juice. Of 72 adults, half received regular orange juice and half the fortified OJ. After just two weeks, the people who drank the stanol-fortified juice had a 12.4% drop in their LDL cholesterol levels. The results were published in the journal Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology.
ActiveBlendz Fiber+ is sure to become your new BFF, and go-to secret weapon for getting fit and healthy in 2016. Get a jump start on your New Year’s resolution to lose weight today and place your order for ActiveBlendz Fiber+ now!
This is precision-blended fruits and botanicals that help fill you up, keep you satisfied AND optimize your health every day.*
We love testimonials like this. Check out what one Coffee Diet Challenge participant had to say about ActiveBlendz Fiber+…
“Three years ago I had a gastric sleeve. One of the side effects (years later) is with the digestive system. Miralax and Metamucil were not helping anymore, and the pain associated with it was horrible. I suffered a lot of bloating.
I started drinking Burn+Control Coffee and LeanGreen Tea a year ago, and it helped me get off 14 medications. My high blood pressure is down. My fatty liver enzymes normal. My high blood pressure normal. And it had been a battle.
Well, I was not prepared for what the ActiveBlendz Fiber would mean to me. It’s amazing.”
“I have had no more digestive bloating or pain …
I have had no need of Metamucil and Miralax. And for the first time in three years, my body is now regular in just one week !!! It completely blows my mind to have such an amazing result in one week !!! I’m so excited can’t wait to see my results in 90 days.” ~Sandra #homerun #anothersatsifiedcustomer #activeblendzfiber #changinglives
“Since I started drinking my ActiveBlendz Fiber with water and Burn+Control weight loss Coffee, I have now not only lost a significant amount of inches around my waist (hello belly fat was the biggest problem for me after having 3 kids in 2 1/2 years) but when people see me now they compliment me on how much younger I look as well. My skin has never looked this clear and My energy level and my focus has never been greater.
They say you can’t put a price tag on great health. This has never been more important to me as it is now. Looking good on the outside is great, but being healthy from the inside out is where I put my value and put my money on. Cheers to healthy eating and drinking, and Looking the Best you’ve ever been!”
Javita Releases ActiveBlendz Fiber+ White Paper
Cardiovascular disease means disease of the heart and circulatory system and is the primary cause of death in industrialized countries. Coronary heart disease is the most common and serious form of cardiovascular disease and refers to diseases of the heart muscle and supporting blood vessels. According to the Code of Federal Regulations, high blood total- and low density lipoprotein (LDL)- cholesterol levels are major modifiable risk factors in the development of coronary heart disease, with specific plant products able to modify this risk (1). In fact, it is estimated that a reduction of 1 mmol/l (38 mg/dl) of LDL cholesterol is associated with a 25% reduction in risk of developing a cardiovascular complication (2). As high cholesterol levels are often associated with overweight, losing weight is one way to lower this risk. Another is through proven dietary interventions, such as increasing fiber and plant sterol consumption. Both of these methods are accomplished through the daily use of ActiveBlendz Fiber+ drink mix.
By combining plant sterols with the soluble fiber in ActiveBlendz Fiber+, Javita has created a uniquely powerful product. These plant-derived compounds work together to reduce cholesterol levels: first, through the competitive inhibition of cholesterol by plant sterols, and second, by flushing the cholesterol out of the body using the fiber gel matrix. This one-two punch will help to lower the risk of coronary heart disease, leading to healthier heart and circulatory systems.
In addition to heart health, Fiber+ also plays a significant role in weight management. Through the inclusion of insoluble fibers, Fiber+ can decrease appetite by increasing glucagon-like peptide-1. Simultaneously, it bulks in the digestive system, creating weight and an overall feeling of fullness. Soluble fiber also plays a role in increasing satiety through its viscosity when combined with water in the body. By decreasing appetite and increasing a feeling of fullness, Fiber+ can help with calorie restriction during the day, effectively becoming part of a healthy weight management program.
This white paper will review the available scientific evidence to support the formulation and use of Fiber+ as both a heart health and weight management product. It will provide an overview of how the ingredients work both in vitro as well as in the body. For those wishing to pursue information further, a highly detailed review of the studies is also provided in this paper along with available citations for further reading. This paper is meant to assist in the education of consumers to determine the best heart health and weight management product for their needs.
Eating a high-fiber diet as a teen may help prevent breast cancer later
Here’s another reason to freak out over your teen or college-aged daughter’s diet that seems to be based on ramen noodles and bubble tea: a new study finds that women who ate more fiber in their late teens and 20s had a much lower risk of breast cancer later.
A 20-year study of more than 90,000 women showed those who ate the most fiber while young had a 16 percent lower risk of breast cancer than those who ate the least and a 24 percent lower risk of having breast cancer before menopause, which tends to be a harder-to-treat form.
It might be because fiber tends to lower the hormone estrogen, which drives many types of breast cancer, the team reports in the journal Pediatrics.
“From many other studies we know that breast tissue is particularly influenced by carcinogens and anticarcinogens during childhood and adolescence,” said Dr. Walter Willet, an expert on health and nutrition at Harvard’s school of public health who led the study team.
“We now have evidence that what we feed our children during this period of life is also an important factor in future cancer risk.”
Starting in 1991, women aged 27 to 44 at the time began answering questions about what they ate. In 1998 about half of them also filled out a questionnaire about what they ate in high school.
The women who ate the most fiber took in about 28 grams a day, compared to 15 grams a day or less for those who ate the least.
Twenty years later, the researchers looked to see who developed breast cancer and when.
The more fiber the women said they ate, the less likely they were to have had breast cancer. For each extra 10 grams of fiber they ate every day their breast cancer risk fell by 13 percent. Fiber from fruits and vegetables had the greatest effect, the team found.
“There is longstanding evidence that dietary fibers may reduce circulating estrogen levels,” Kimberly Blackwell, a breast cancer specialist at the Duke Cancer Center, wrote in a commentary in Pediatrics.
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