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So, the gut microbiome might not be a familiar subject for everyone. We get it. But we’re here to help shed some light! Check out the Q&A below to learn more about how to add BiomeBliss to a healthy diet, what makes it work, and the diverse ways it can add to your overall well-being.
Once or twice a day.
Mix 1 scoop in about a cup of cold water for a delicious drink. It will thicken over time after mixing and if refrigerated. For additional ways to enjoy, check out our list of fun recipes.
Modern food choices frequently provide too little of the nutrients for the healthy bacteria in our gut. BiomeBliss is designed as a dietary supplement to easily supply those missing nutrients. Healthy bacteria forage on prebiotics, converting them into new molecules called short chain fatty acids, or SCFAs, which sets off a series of events. The presence of SCFAs triggers the intestines to release hormones into the bloodstream. In turn, the hormones signal to the brain to let your body feel satisfied with the meal and that it’s time to stop eating. These hormones also help regulate blood sugar after a meal from already healthy levels. BiomeBliss is a prebiotic blend of natural, safe, food-derived ingredients.
You may have a reduced appetite and may be satisfied with less food at meal times. Some flatulence or gas is a sign that BiomeBliss is working. If you experience too much gas or bloating, decrease your serving by half for a day or two and then try the full serving. Regular bowel movements are common.
Taking more than two servings per day is not recommended.
Store at room temperature.
Clinical tests (not reviewed by the FDA) have shown improved post-meal blood sugar levels from already healthy levels.
Yes, it has been tested with metformin, and it helped the metformin inadvertent occasional GI effects. *
You may notice two things: that you feel less hungry between meals, and that you feel full after eating less food.
Most carbs have an impact on blood sugar levels. However, there are different types of carbs, specifically fiber and the sugar alcohol, erythritol.
The Joslin Diabetes Center puts it this way: “Fiber is a type of carbohydrate but since it is not broken down by the human body, it does not contribute any calories. Yet, on a food label fiber is listed under total carbohydrate. Does fiber have any effect on your blood glucose? Fiber does not raise blood glucose levels. The fiber in an apple or a slice of whole grain bread has no effect on blood glucose levels because it isn’t digested. The grams of fiber can actually be subtracted from the total grams of carb you are eating if you are using carbohydrate counting for meal planning.”
This sugar alcohol makes the product taste good, without adding calories or carbs. Since erythritol is a sugar alcohol, subtract all the grams from the total carbs listed. BiomeBliss has 20g of total carbs. But because it contains 6g of fiber and 8g of erythritol, the total available carbs are 6g. Use 6 in your carb counting.
Erythritol is a natural sweetener, about 60 – 80% as sweet as sugar. It is a sugar alcohol that occurs naturally in pears, soy sauce, wine, sake, watermelon and grapes. After many toxicology and clinical studies, erythritol has been found to be safe for consumption as a sugar substitute, even when consumed on a daily basis.
Sugar alcohols are NOT artificial sweeteners. In sugar alcohols, part of their structure resembles sugar and part resembles alcohol. However, there is no ethanol in sugar alcohols, so it is not the same thing as alcoholic beverages.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.