How to use it?
To avoid abdominal discomfort it is advised to increase your intake slowly to your allow beneficial gut bacterias to increase as resistant starch and dietary fiber intake increases.
To minimize initial gastrointestinal discomfort, we suggest starting with half a GO100 bar per day for one week.
After that, gradually increase your intake to one full bar per day, preferably consumed in two servings.
Once you have been consuming one bar per day for a week without any issues, you can experiment with further increasing your intake to up to two bars per day.
*The optimal amount of bars you should consume depends on the amount of resistant starch and dietary fiber that your regular diet provides.
To achieve the best results, it is advised to gradually and slowly incorporate resistant starch and fiber into your diet.
The GO100 functional food bar contains resistant starch and dietary fiber that is beneficiary for obtaining an optimal digestive health. Resistant starch and dietary fiber serves as a prebiotic, providing nourishment to beneficial bacteria in the gut.
The average western diet contains less than five grams of resistant starch per day while optimal daily intake of resistant starch is 15-30 grams per day for supporting digestive health.
When increasing your intake of resistant starch and dietary fiber, it is important to keep in mind that some individuals may experience gastrointestinal discomfort initially. Introducing too much resistant starch and fiber, especially for those with existing gut issues, can lead to digestive issues such as gas, bloating, and abdominal discomfort. This discomfort may discourage you from continuing to consume resistant starch and dietary fiber altogether.
If you have a low intake of resistant starch and dietary fiber you also have (to) few beneficial gut bacterias.
If you increase your intake of resistant starch and dietary fiber to quick there will be to few becterias available to digest the resistant starch and dietary fiber. To avoid abdominal discomfort it is advised to increase your intake slowly to your allow beneficial gut bacterias to increase as resistant starch and dietary fiber intake increases.
It’s important to note that the effects of consuming too much resistant starch and fiber can vary from person to person. Some individuals may tolerate higher amounts without experiencing significant issues, while others may be more sensitive to these dietary components. It’s always best to listen to your body and make adjustments to your diet accordingly.
It’s important to note that individual needs may vary based on factors such as age, sex, activity level, and overall dietary preferences. Additionally, the optimal intake of resistant starch may depend on specific health conditions or goals.
If you have specific health concerns or dietary restrictions, it’s recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian for personalized advice.
When incorporating more resistant starch and dietary fiber into your diet, it is common to experience initial GI discomfort. This discomfort can be more pronounced for individuals with low initial intake and existing gut issues. Gradually increasing the intake can help mitigate digestive discomfort and ensure long-term adherence to a gut-healthy diet.