Is your fiber supplement blocking important nutrient absorption?
Did you know that the majority of dietary fibers limit your body’s ability to absorb essential minerals as well as some drugs and medications?
The smart mom’s way to sneak fiber into your kid’s diet
Kids need fiber. And unlike many health-savvy moms, they aren’t likely to lunch on to choose Brussels sprouts instead of French fries.
In case you missed it! Check out our podcast debut. Nature’s Calling Sunfiber was featured in this men’s health series
Bryce Wylde and Kevin Franish talk about Nature’s Calling SunFiber in part four of a five-part podcast series called Your Healthy House.
Nature’s Calling Sunfiber is now Informed Choice certified
Nature’s Calling Sunfiber has achieved Informed Choice certification. This certification ensures you that it is routinely tested for contaminants as well as more than 250 substances banned in sports. Sunfiber has additionally achieved Informed Ingredient certification.
Nature’s Calling Comparison Chart. Nature’s Calling Sunfiber is the preferred choice for digestive health.
Advice from Dr. Poo: 8 steps to take before considering chemical laxatives
Being constipated isn’t fun at all. It’s uncomfortable for adults and kids, and sometimes especially tough for those of us who care for constipated kids! Everyone seems to offer advice on how to help manage this condition, but we really like the approach of America’s...
Dr. Poo’s kid-friendly bathroom resource
Working with kids? This downloadable, family-friendly poop chart helps little ones learn about healthy elimination. Stool types are from the book Dr. Poo: The Scoop on Comfortable Poop by William Sears, MD and Martha Sears, RN. Download the kid-friendly poop chart by...
Whitepaper: the prebiotic effect of Sunfiber
In this whitepaper, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Derek Timm describes the gut microflora and how Sunfiber consumption helps support gut health without excess gas or bloating. Sunfiber is a clinically proven prebiotic fiber. This means it helps feed the friendly...
Following a low FODMAP diet? Here’s what you need to know about dietary fiber
A low FODMAP diet can help you discover which foods are triggering your gas, bloating or Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. It may also lead to constipation due to the restriction of high-fiber foods. In this white paper, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Derek Timm...
The perfect printable poop guide
What’s in your toilet bowl? There are seven common poop shapes. Some indicate superb digestive health; others, not so much. This friendly guide gives you the 411 on your number two. Print it and keep it stashed in your bathroom cabinet. Fill out the form below to...