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Super Seed, Beyond Fiber, 600 Gram, From Garden of Life
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  • Super Seed, Beyond Fiber, 600 Gram, From Garden of Life

Super Seed, Beyond Fiber, 600 Gram, From Garden of Life

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Super Seed is a powerful whole food blend of seeds, sprouted grains and legumes that supplies your body with a nutrient-dense, vegetarian source of both soluble and insoluble fiber. Super Seed contains ingredients specifically chosen for their ability to support normal gut flora balance, regular bowel function and overall health. An excellent source of fiber, two servings of Super Seed provide over 50% of the Daily Value for fiber. Super Seed contains Garden of Life's Poten-Zyme Whole Food Fiber Blend of living foods, which includes flax, sunflower, chia, sesame, and pumpkin seeds, as well as adzuki beans, millet, sprouted quinoa, garbanzo beans, buckwheat, sprouted amaranth, red lentils and kidney beans. What is Super Seed?
Super Seed is an extraordinary whole food formula that supplies your body with a highly usable, nutrient dense, vegetarian source of dietary fiber. Super Seed is a whole food blend of certified organic and chemical free seeds, sprouted grains and legumes, abundant in mucilaginous soluble fiber, and rich in essential fatty acids and lignans. Each of the ingredients in Super Seed were specifically chosen for their exceptional ability to enhance and support bowel health. As with all Garden of Life formulations, this ingredient blend is potentiated with our exclusive Poten-Zyme process of lacto-fermentation and enzymatic activation insuring maximum bio-availability and absorption. The Critical Role of Dietary Fiber
The role of dietary fiber has increasingly grown in prominence since as early as 1860 with the advent of the technology for refining sugar, followed soon thereafter by improved milling methods that began removing the fiber from flour. Improvements in rail and sea transport along with refrigeration, enabled the distribution of these foods to a worldwide marketplace. Prosperous, more industrialized countries were predominantly the beneficiaries of these new wonder foods. Simultaneously, the populations of these countries began suffering en masse with digestive and bowel disorders. In the recent 50 years, as three generations have come to pass, the prevalence of these and multiple related disorders have reached a critical level. Foodstuffs have become so de-natured that they are almost unrecognizable from their whole, original state. Current statistics are undeniably revealing:
  • Up to 100 million Americans suffer from varied forms of digestive diseases with an estimated total in lost wages and medical costs of over $50 billion per year. Each day, approximately 200,000 people miss work due to these disorders.
  • Health statistics show that more Americans are hospitalized with digestive tract disorders than any other group of diseases. These medical costs tower at more than $20 billion per year.
  • The annual sales of prescription and over the counter drug products for digestion related maladies has grown to $2.5 billion per year, increasing at a steady rate of 10% over the last decade, contributing substantially to our overall health care costs. These include laxatives, antacids, anti-hemorrhoidal and anti-diarrheal preparations.