Profibe Review

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Profibe is a trademark line produced by the Cerburg Company. Cerburg’s recipe uses a patented water-soluble fiber containing non-GMO soy protein, Guar Gum and Citrus Pectin. The powder supplement claims to be valuable with proper diet and exercise. Profibe offers clinical proof that their fiber product reduces cholesterol levels and soft arterial plaque. Headquartered in Daytona, Florida, products manufactured by Profibe have F.D.A. approval under the Generally Recognized as Safe (G.R.A.S.) ruling. Profibe has also garnered acceptance by the World Health Organization and Kosher certification.

Ingredients

Vitamin A Palmitate, Calcium, Thiamin, Niacin, Vitamin C, Iron, Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, soy, Guar Gum, Citrus Pectin, Corn Syrup, Chocolate, Malt Barley Syrup, Crisp Rice, Raisins, Date Pates, Peanut Paste, Peanut Flour, Dicalcium Phosphate, Magnesium Oxide, Vitamin E acetate, Niacinamide, Ferrous Fumarate, Zinc Oxide, Pantoenic Acid, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Copper Guconate, Cholecalciferol, Riborflavin, Thiamine Mononitrate, Folic Acid, Biotin, Potassium Iodide, Cyanocbalamin.

Product Features

The Profibe line consists of three products, a powdered formula, a Peanut Butter Flavored Bar and Chocolate bar. Each component contains this patented water-soluble preparation of soy, Guar Gum and Citrus Pectin. The recommended dosage listed for the powdered solution is one level scoop mixed in water. The website states to limit sugar and calories, users should combine Profibe products into three daily servings, one bar and two Profibe powdered drinks. Profibe takes this thick, difficult to utilize component, and complexes it with a protein to enhance the body’s ability to handle fiber. Profibe claims their fiber formula improves GI motility, raises glucose tolerance, reduces prostate size in men, and improves the vascular system and circulation. A combo pack that contains both the powder and bars sells for $43.95.

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Advantages

  • Contains a module needed by the body (water-soluble fiber). The therapeutic dosage for this form of fiber lists at 15 grams a day.
  • Profibe products have F.D.A. approval.
  • Profibe powder is Kosher Certified.
  • There is clinical studies to indicate different ingredients of Profibe might be beneficial to the body. The fiber solution works to lower cholesterol levels and arterial plague.

Disadvantages

  • Usage of Profibe will increase your caloric and fat intake. Each bar provides 190 calories per serving with 35 calories from fat. The powder lists at 50 calories with just 5 calories from fat.
  • Initially, users may experience some side effects, such as increased gas and bloating.

Conclusion

Water-soluble fiber absorbs water to become a gelatinous substance in the intestinal tract. The advantages of fiber in the diet are well documented. These compounds increase bulk, soften the stool and reduce the transit time of food through the intestinal tract. Profibe offers a patented water-soluble fiber formula that promises to lower cholesterol levels. The company provides some clinical research to back up this claim. A fiber product will also suppress the appetite by fooling the body into thinking it is full. When considering Profibe as a source of dietary fiber, one should take into account the caloric intake associated with the bars. The Peanut Butter and Chocolate bars are high in sugar and increase fat in the diet. Taken in combination with the powder, this product may fulfill the daily fiber intake requirement. While Profibe does show evidence to support their beneficial claims, there are many products readily available containing water-soluble fiber. It is difficult to determine if Profibe is better than products offered in the grocery store, but it does seem to be more expensive.

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4 User Reviews about Profibe

  • 1
    Gail Berberich

    Can you take Probide with Crestor or any other cholestrol drug?

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  • 2
    Gail Berberich

    I’m taking Crestor, can I take profibe with a statin?

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    Fred

    I take Profibe, for the purpose of not having to take statins.

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    Bill

    Yes……and I have been on Profibe for 12 years….Cardiologist told me my arteries are equivalent to a 20 year old…

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