What is fiber in Mana responsible for?

Fiber is such an important part of the food. It consists of soluble and insoluble components.

Soluble component slows a stomach emptying and reduces fat and cholesterol resorption. It also increases amount of volume in your stomach by water absorption, water swelling and water fermentation. Soluble fiber acts as a prebiotic, it is a feed for a probiotic bifidobacteria. It is important for improving digestion and immunity of the human organism.
Here is the list with our source of soluble fiber: oat beta-glucans, gum arabic and others minority sources.

The sources of insoluble fiber in Mana products are: xanthan gum, oat cellulose, hemicellulose, insoluble portion of the oat beta-glucans and other minority sources. Insoluble fiber works mechanically, it leads to cleaning of intestines and binding with the water molecules. This mechanic work causes a faster passage of the digestive tract through the intestine and the effective removing of the excreted substances, which shortens the time of contact potentially dangerous substances with the intestinal tract.

One portion of Mana Drink contains 4,3 g of fiber and Mana Powder even 5,4 g of fiber.