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myota

Metabolic Regulator

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The “all-rounder” fibre mix, designed to keep your metabolic, heart, and digestive health working efficiently, so you can too.

Each pouch of myota contains a month's worth of fibre, based on taking two scoops per day.

Your myota will arrive with a free guide containing information on how to get the most from your mix, some fibre-rich recipe ideas, and a timeline of the benefits you can expect once you start taking myota.

Shipping is free of charge, and we offer a full money-back guarantee if you aren't happy with your fibre mix.

Benefits

Lowers blood sugar levels

Maintains healthy cholesterol levels

Promotes healthy digestive function

What's the science?

Ingredients

PHGG

Partially hydrolysed guar gum (PHGG) is a prebiotic fibre derived from guar beans. PHGG promotes the growth of beneficial gut bacteria without inducing bloating or gas. It is best known for its role in relieving constipation, diarrhoea, and bloating for those with sensitive tummies.

PHGG
FOS

Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) is a soluble prebiotic fibre derived from chicory root. It is highly fermentable by gut microbiota, resulting in large increases in butyrate and propionate (anti-inflammatory Short-Chain Fatty Acids). Butyrate helps to reduce inflammation and strengthen the intestinal lining. Increases in butyrate and propionate have been linked to improved glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity (e.g., how effective your body can lower blood glucose)1,2.

FOS
Resistant maltodextrin

Resistant maltodextrin is a soluble, non-viscous fibre derived from grains, legumes, and starchy vegetables. Research demonstrates that resistant maltodextrin may help improve glucose and lipid (cholesterol) metabolism3,4,5. It is also well-fermented by the gut microbiota, resulting in the production of anti-inflammatory Short-Chain Fatty Acids.

Resistant maltodextrin
Resistant dextrin

Resistant dextrin is a prebiotic fibre derived from maize. It is well-fermented by gut microbiota, resulting in the production of anti-inflammatory Short-Chain Fatty Acids. Through its role as a prebiotic, resistant dextrin has been shown to reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity (e.g., how effective your body can lower blood glucose)6.

Resistant dextrin
Guar gum

Guar gum comes from the seed of the guar plant. It's a soluble and viscous (gel-forming) fibre that normalises the moisture content of stool, helping to absorb excess water in diarrhoea, and soften stools in constipation.

Guar gum
Inulin

Inulin is a soluble prebiotic fibre derived from chicory root. It is highly fermentable by gut microbiota, resulting in large increases in butyrate (an anti-inflammatory Short-Chain Fatty Acid). Research supports a role of butyrate in glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity (e.g., how effective your body can lower blood glucose)1,2.

Inulin
Wheat fibre

Wheat fibre comes from the cell walls of the wheat grain. It contains insoluble fibres (including arabinoxylans) that help create softer, bulkier stools to relieve constipation. The wheat fibre is suitable for those with coeliac disease (certified gluten-free).

Wheat fibre
Oat fibre

Oat fibre comes from the outer shell of the oat grain. Oat contains both soluble and insoluble fibres, helping to improve constipation, abdominal pain and bloating. Oats also contains beta-glucan, a powerhouse fibre with beneficial effects on blood cholesterol levels. Our oats are suitable for those with coeliac disease (certified gluten-free).

Oat fibre
GOS

Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) is derived from dairy products and legumes. GOS is a prebiotic fibre, fuelling beneficial gut bacteria and resulting in potent anti-inflammatory effects (by producing Short Chain Fatty Acids). Our source of GOS contains very low levels of lactose, and is well-tolerated by those with lactose intolerance.

GOS

References

1 De Vadder, F., Kovatcheva-Datchary, P., Goncalves, D., Vinera, J., Zitoun, C., Duchampt, A., ... & Mithieux, G. (2014). Microbiota-generated metabolites promote metabolic benefits via gut-brain neural circuits. Cell, 156(1-2), 84-96.

2 Zhao, L., Zhang, F., Ding, X., Wu, G., Lam, Y. Y., Wang, X., ... & Zhang, C. (2018). Gut bacteria selectively promoted by dietary fibers alleviate type 2 diabetes. Science, 359(6380), 1151-1156.

3 Geoffrey Livesey, Hiroyuki Tagami, Interventions to lower the glycemic response to carbohydrate foods with a low-viscosity fiber (resistant maltodextrin): meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials, The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Volume 89, Issue 1, January 2009, Pages 114–125.

4 Astina, J., & Sapwarobol, S. (2019). Resistant maltodextrin and metabolic syndrome: a review. Journal of the American College of Nutrition, 38(4), 380-385.

5 Hashizume, C., Kishimoto, Y., Kanahori, S., Yamamoto, T., Okuma, K., & Yamamoto, K. (2012). Improvement effect of resistant maltodextrin in humans with metabolic syndrome by continuous administration. Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology, 58(6), 423-430.

6 Aliasgharzadeh, A., Dehghan, P., Gargari, B. P., & Asghari-Jafarabadi, M. (2015). Resistant dextrin, as a prebiotic, improves insulin resistance and inflammation in women with type 2 diabetes: a randomised controlled clinical trial. British Journal of Nutrition, 113(2), 321-330.

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