Kfibre as a prebiotic has had a long steady journey of success after success in the past decade. Kfibre has undergone many University studies in the past 10 years and our claims are based on direct university verified results. We make minimal literature search-based claims, because we don’t need to; we have our own evidence.

The University of Tasmania has completed animal model studies that support the prebiotic function and also the natural anti-inflammatory properties of Kfibre. Some of these studies have been published already and more are underway. The first studies essentially demonstrate the positive impact on the microbiome, in terms of increasing microbial diversity and supporting the good bacteria and show reductions in gut inflammation due to digestive changes as a result of prebiotic fermentation.

The University of Queensland has completed fermentation trials that demonstrate Kfibre is fermented at a more uniform rate compared to the industry standard bench mark prebiotic. What this means is that instead of being rapidly digested by bacteria in the gut, and micronutrients only delivered to the upper sections of the gut along with increased gas bloating risks, Kfibre is fermented at a controlled rate that continues along the entire digestive tract effectively until waste passes out.

The outcome of this is that good bacteria are fed for the entirety of digestion, there is much reduced gas bloating risk and micronutrients are delivered to all of your gut.

All our research so far supports kfibre being a powerful prebiotic with potential benefits for many gut health related disorders. If you suffer from any gut health issues that may be related to the health of your microbiome, kfibre could be a option to improve your symptoms. But don’t just listen to us, check out our testimonials page for various gut health conditions.