Why this new fiber supplement will be your booty’s best friend.
Bottom-to-top health (and to clarify we’re not speaking positions here) is how we think everyone should be thinking, both in and out of the bedroom. It’s this attention to total body sexual wellness that inspired us to launch the first Butt & Gut supplement; our fan favorite Pre + Probiotic that replenishes flora and supports a happy booty biome. It’s also what inspired us to develop our new Butt + Gut Daily Fiber Supplement. Like I told my kids when they were growing up, everybody poops. But, if what’s coming out isn’t soft, bulky, and easy to pass, adding fiber to your daily routine can clear the way to not only a simpler pre-play routine, but also help support whole-body health. Finding the right type of fiber to fit your lifestyle and butt type was our northstar when developing Butt & Gut Daily Fiber Supplement. Butt more on that later. Let's start by finding out…
WHAT’S GOING ON IN THERE?
Most of us—whether we're #1 in the bedroom or going #2 in the bathroom—don’t get enough fiber through the foods we eat, and the effects can be seen in lots of different areas of our lives. This includes fiber from sources like fresh fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, whole grains, and unprocessed bran. Sometimes, they’re hard to find. Sometimes, they’re just not tasty. And sometimes, we’re just tired of laboring over our diets. Thankfully, fiber supplement pills can help optimize your digestion and preptime by encouraging complete bowel movements—the kind that make you go ‘ahh,’ not ‘ouch,’ on the daily. This not only reduces (or eliminates) douching time. It’s also a treat for every butt type that may assist in lowering cholesterol, controlling blood sugar, and improving energy levels.
HOW OUR DIETARY FIBER TABLETS HELP
NEW Butt & Gut Daily Fiber helps speed up and simplify playtime prep by encouraging a complete, consistent, ready-for-anything feeling—a treat for tops, bottoms, and all butt types. In just two tablets, this booty-loving blend of ingredients helps support the natural digestion that not only improves the effectiveness of your cleansing routine, but your health, too. How is Butt & Gut Daily Fiber different from other supplements?
First, its FibreGum™ based formula. Derived from gum sap exuded by acacia trees, Fibregum™ soaks up water in the gut like a sponge and makes for easier passings. In contrast to supplements relying only on psyllium husk, just 2 tablets are needed vs. the typical 4-6. Second, we developed our supplement with Peppermint Leaf Powder, an ingredient known to help relieve digestive symptoms such as gas, bloating, and indigestion. This delightful, hybrid mint helps promote regularity without increasing any unflattering flatulence. Last but not least, Bifidobacteria. Normally, these bacteria live in the intestine and help support gut health. To encourage their growth, we included naturally-occurring wonders called Fructooligosaccharides found in plants such as chicory, banana, and artichoke, among others. What you’ll find is ahhh-mazing––a word you might hear come from both your or your partner's mouth. Butt & Gut Daily Fiber helps bulk up the stool, increases the chance of a clear colon in a single movement, naturally relieves unwanted constipation and related straining, assists the body in the creation a smooth bulky mass, supports your diet with a feeling of fullness, and promotes growth of those healthy intestinal bacteria. Now those are the hallmarks of a healthy gut (and butt).
But sometimes it’s what you don’t include in a fiber supplement that’s just as important as what you do. We’ve also consciously chosen not to include potential irritants like aloe vera. Aloe vera is known as a natural laxative, which definitely helps the evacuation process. But dependency can develop over time, especially if someone takes fiber supplements daily (which is recommended). Additionally, if you have digestive issues, aloe vera is not recommended because it can cause severe abdominal cramps and diarrhea (not fun). The goal for us was always to engineer fiber tablets that worked well for you by encouraging healthy digestive patterns that didn't make the body feel bloated, or cause you to run to the bathroom.
What Is a Fiber Supplement Pill?
Fiber supplements come in many forms, such as pills and tablets. They are available over-the-counter in pharmacies, and help maintain a healthy digestive system. Fiber tablets can also assist in preventing constipation and maintaining blood sugar.
When Is the Best Time to Take a Fiber Supplement?
We recommend taking two fiber tablets with a glass of water at night. This helps minimize medication interactions and promotes gut health overnight.
What Is the Difference Between a Probiotic and a Fiber Supplement?
The primary difference between probiotics and fiber supplement pills is that probiotics are live bacteria that supplement the gut’s health, while fiber tablets are generally intended to help clear out your bowels regularly.
ENJOY YOUR SEAT
Sometimes it actually helps to have your head up your butt, or in our case, up other’s. At Future Method, our goal has been to leverage our decades of research—the science of sex—to help you take the guesswork out of oral supplements. Your new daily routine: simplified with two fiber tablets at night (with a tall glass of water) and two pre+probiotic tablets in the morning. Forget taking pill after pill throughout the day. Now, there is finally an easy, safe, and scientific approach to sexual preparation. One that makes you feel ready for sex at the drop of your pants, all while minimizing potential messy residue and supporting your own anal microbiome in a way that everyone can enjoy—tops, bottoms, and everyone in between. Shop our doctor-formulated products to keep your booty satisfied today.
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