Optimizing ColonBroom Usage: The Key to Knowing When to Use and When to Avoid
Fiber, fiber, everywhere! This tiny ingredient can pack a big punch for your health.
Imagine feeling full and satisfied for longer, nixing those pesky sugar cravings, and giving your skin a healthy glow. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
An increased fiber intake may help keep your cholesterol and blood sugar levels in check. Also, promote weight loss, and help your body absorb essential vitamins and minerals. While doing that, it may also help reduce constipation and the risk of cancer.
As we already know, ColonBroom is a dietary fiber supplement. Thanks to psyllium husk, it can help you achieve desired gut health results.
But how do you know if it’s right for you? Let’s say you’re on a special diet, taking special medications, are allergic to certain products, or are trying to change your eating habits. Can you still take it?
Let’s break down the most common cases and see how they pair up with ColonBroom.
ColonBroom + Intermittent Fasting
ColonBroom will not break your fast, so it is suitable for intermittent fasting. Unlike other macronutrients such as fats, proteins, or carbohydrates, which the body breaks down and absorbs, the Essential Fiber Complex isn’t digested by your body. Like tea or coffee, our product is recommended to use during a fasting window.
ColonBroom + Keto Diet
You can use ColonBroom while following keto, as it contains only fiber. Even though fiber is considered a carbohydrate, it is not broken down by the body into simple sugars, does not trigger an insulin response, and does not spike glucose levels.
The fiber in ColonBroom passes relatively intact through the stomach, small intestine, and colon.
ColonBroom + Pregnancy/Breastfeeding
Becoming a mom is a precious and long journey, but it’s not always easy: mood swings, bloating, cramps, sensitivity to food (or cravings). You must balance your nutrition and ensure you’re getting all the recommended nutrients from your diet. And ColonBroom can help with that. Just to be safe, we highly recommend consulting with your doctor before using ColonBroom if you are pregnant/nursing/trying to conceive.
ColonBroom + Kosher/Halal Diet
ColonBroom is not Kosher or Halal certified.
ColonBroom + IBS
If you have IBS-C, we recommend increasing your soluble fiber intake, and ColonBroom is an excellent option.
If you suffer from IBS-D, we don’t recommend using ColonBroom. To be safe, if you have IBS, we recommend double-checking with your doctor before purchasing and ingesting any supplements.
ColonBroom + Diabetes
Adding fiber supplements like ColonBroom to a traditional diet for persons with diabetes is safe, well-tolerated, and improves glycemic and lipid control.
ColonBroom should be taken at least 2 hours before or after any medications. Psyllium may reduce the absorption of several classes of medication.
ColonBroom + Diverticulitis
Many studies show that eating a fiber-rich diet can help control diverticular symptoms. Fiber helps prevent constipation; it softens and adds bulk to stools, allowing them to pass more easily through the colon. It can also help decrease pressure in the colon and prevent flare-ups of diverticulitis.
However, foods high in fiber should be avoided during a flare-up for people who have diverticulitis, as this can provoke the symptoms.
If you have diverticulitis, we recommend consulting your doctor before taking ColonBroom.
ColonBroom + Colitis
ColonBroom is a dietary fiber complex that helps promote digestive health and relieves constipation. Unfortunately, foods high in fiber should be avoided during a flare-up for people with mild ulcerative colitis, as this can provoke the symptoms.
ColonBroom + Hypothyroidism
Fiber is an essential part of anyone’s diet, but many aspects of a high-fiber diet are of particular importance and benefit to those with thyroid disease. Fiber lowers your risk of cardiovascular concerns, helps with weight loss and management, aids your digestive system, helps control blood sugar levels, and reduces your risk for diverticulitis.
Eating a diet high in fiber-rich foods and complementing it with fiber supplements is a surefire way to provide your organism with much-needed fiber.
ColonBroom is a dietary fiber complex that helps promote digestive health and benefits blood sugar, blood pressure, and weight loss.
Please note that fiber can affect medication absorption and significantly change your thyroid drug dosage requirements. Be sure to take your thyroid medicine at least an hour before eating or taking any fiber supplement.
We recommend consulting your doctor about whether ColonBroom supplements are suitable for you personally.
ColonBroom + Vitamins/Other Supplements
We recommend using ColonBroom a few hours before or after taking any medication. The recommendations for the use of ColonBroom apply to the supplements as well to assure the effectiveness of ColonBroom and to avoid any contraindications concerning other supplementation.
We also recommend consulting with a doctor for an individual case assessment before using any supplementation or medication together with ColonBroom.
ColonBroom + Pre-Workout Shakes
You can mix ColonBroom with your pre-workout shake. However, you should consider that psyllium husks (the main ingredient in the ColonBroom) may interfere with the absorption of certain nutrients in the pre-workout shake.
Psyllium husks bind water and multiply their volume in the stomach. A full stomach while working out may cause some discomfort.
ColonBroom + Coffee
Coffee is a beverage that contains caffeine, a stimulant that can affect digestion and bowel function. Some people may find that consuming coffee too soon after taking ColonBroom can interfere with the fiber’s ability to absorb water and form a gel-like substance in the intestines, leading to loose stools or diarrhea.
It’s generally recommended to wait at least 30 minutes to an hour after taking ColonBroom before drinking coffee or other caffeinated beverages. This allows the fiber time to work and may help prevent digestive discomfort.
Remember that everyone’s body is different, and the time it takes for psyllium husk to work can vary. If you are taking ColonBroom for the first time or are unsure how it will affect you, it may be helpful to try it when you don’t need to be somewhere in a hurry. So you can see how your body responds.
ColonBroom + Medication (High Blood Pressure/Cholesterol)
If you are taking medication for high blood pressure or high cholesterol, we recommend using ColonBroom a few hours before or after taking the medication. If you are taking a certain medication, it would be better to take ColonBroom at least 2 hours before or after.
We also recommend consulting with a doctor for an individual case assessment before using any medication together with ColonBroom.
ColonBroom + Injectable Medicine
To maintain the effectiveness of the injectable medication, we suggest waiting for the doctor’s recommended time to use the supplementation.
Regarding ColonBroom and medication use. We highly recommend consulting a doctor to ensure it is suitable for your personal case.
ColonBroom + Allergies
While ColonBroom does not contain any of the top major allergens, this product may cause an allergic reaction in people sensitive to psyllium or products derived from strawberries.
ColonBroom also contains vegetables and fruit used for color (Exberry Shade Cascade Red Pwd). This colorant contains carrot concentrate, hibiscus concentrate, maltodextrin, and citric acid.
ColonBroom does not contain any mushrooms or yeast.
Before taking any new supplement, we recommend consulting with your doctor.
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