Organic Amorphophallus konjac Glucomannan Powder Konjac konjaku Konnyaku Root


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Packaging: Bag
Origin: China 
In recent decades, glucomannan has been introduced to markets as a food additive and dietary supplement. What is glucomannan? It’s a beneficial, soluble and fermentable dietary fiber derived from the root of the konjac plant, which is native to Asia.
People in East Asia have used konjac fiber, also known as glucomannan powder, for thousands of years as both food and traditional medicine. The indigenous people of China have used konjac to treat asthma, breast pain, coughs, hernias, burns and various skin disorders. Fast-forward to present day and scientific studies have revealed that supplementing with konjac glucomannan can significantly lower plasma cholesterol, improve carbohydrate metabolism, encourage bowel movements and promote a healthy colon.
Glucomannan weight loss just might be possible if you also lead a generally healthy lifestyle, but it’s important to choose the right product and take it in a safe manner. The fiber from konjac root also holds many other surprising health benefits. Pretty much tasteless, glucomannan powder can be added to smoothies and be used to make a high-fiber pasta.
Glucomannan Health Benefits
1. Weight Loss
Konjac root’s fiber has a very low calorie content but is very high in fiber. Similar to many vegetables, this is a combination that promotes a healthy waist line. Of course, the rest of your diet has to be healthy, and you also need to be exercising regularly. Consuming konjac powder can help weight loss by promoting a feeling of fullness or satiety, which makes you less likely to overeat.
Glucomannan can be effective for promoting weight loss when it’s combined with an overall weight-reducing lifestyle, including a healthy diet and regular exercise.
2. Natural Prebiotic
Probiotic foods are certainly essential for gut health and overall well-being, but prebiotics are what actually help “feed” probiotics. Prebiotics — like glucomannan as well as garlic, jicama and artichokes — are types of non-digestible fiber compound. Glucomannan, like all prebiotics, passes through the upper part of the gastrointestinal tract and remains undigested because the human body can’t fully break it down. But once prebiotics reach the colon, where they’re fermented by the gut microflora, they create probiotics.
Konjac root powder is a prebiotic that feeds the friendly bacteria in the intestine. AGlucomannan supplementation increases the fecal concentration of probiotics in general as well as specific probiotics like bifidobacteria and lactobacilli.
Why is this important? Higher intakes of prebiotics are linked to benefits, including:
lower risk for cardiovascular disease
healthier cholesterol levels
better gut health
improved digestion
lower stress response
better hormonal balance
higher immune function
lower risk for obesity and weight gain
lower inflammation and autoimmune reactions
3. Constipation Relief
Constipation is a common problem typically caused by a low-fiber diet, dehydration and lack of exercise. Several studies have demonstrated that glucomannan may be helpful for constipation. When consumed, the powder works as a prebiotic in your system, which is very helpful for promoting healthy bowel movements.
Glucomannan is considered a bulk-forming natural laxative, which means that the intake of it is able to promote a larger, bulkier stool that more easily passes through the colon. It also encourages a stool that requires less straining to expel.
Glucomannan to be an effective constipation treatment. For constipated individuals, glucomannan and other bulk-forming laxatives typically encourage a bowel movement within 12 to 24 hours of intake. Studies have shown three to four grams to be effective for constipation. A modest dose of a konjac glucomannan supplement encouraged bowel movements in constipated adults by 30 percent and improved colonic ecology in general.
4. Lowers Cholesterol
The use of glucomannan had significantly beneficial effects on total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, as well as body weight and fasting blood glucose. However, it did not affect HDL cholesterol or blood pressure.
Being the fiber-centric substance it is, it’s able to decrease absorption of cholesterol in the gut by sponging up water in the digestive tract, which reduces the absorption cholesterol by the body. You then have less cholesterol floating around in your blood.
5. Helps Diabetics
One of the ways it can help diabetics is because it delays the stomach’s natural emptying process, which leads to more gradual sugar absorption and lower blood sugar levels after meals.
The addition of konjac fiber to conventional treatment may improve blood sugar control, blood lipid profile as well as systolic blood pressure in high-risk diabetic patients. In turn, they believe konjac fiber can improve the effectiveness of conventional type 2 diabetes treatment.
konjac food is very useful in the prevention and treatment of hyperglycemia. Hyperglycemia or high blood sugar commonly affects diabetics. It’s a condition in which an excessive amount of glucose (sugar) circulates in the blood.
Overall, taking glucomannan by mouth or including it in your diet may help to reduce cholesterol, blood sugar levels and blood pressure in people with diabetes, which is why it should be part of a healthy diabetic diet plan.
* Use it as thickener
* Drink it with water
* Gluten free - wheat free
* Low carb - sugar free
* Dietary soluble fiber
How to use: 
The recommended dosage of glucomannan is lower compared to other fiber supplements because it expands so greatly in water (up to 50 times its weight). One study specifically showed that at doses of two to four grams per day, glucomannan was well-tolerated and resulted in significant weight loss in overweight and obese individuals. For constipation, three to four grams have been shown to work as an effective laxative.
Recommend starting with one very small dose per day. Suggest a half level teaspoon (two grams) daily with at least eight ounces of water 30 to 45 minutes before a meal. Make sure to follow directions carefully when taking glucomannan powder. Please add water to powder before use, so that you will have an idea how much you are going to take into your stomach. 
For adults only. Take this product as recommended. Without drinking enough liquid the product may swell in the throat, causing blockage or choking. Avoid use if you ever had esophageal narrowing or swallowing difficulties. It’s absolutely essential to take the powder with a sufficient amount of water.


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