About MyFy


Formulated over years of research, MyFy is a revolutionary health supplement that blends beautifully with your life! MyFy is your health companion on the journey to better health.

The recommended dietary intake of fiber for adults is 38-40 grams from food. We Indians, however, only consume half this amount! Adding MyFy to a healthy diet can help you make sure you get adequate fiber and promotes healthy metabolism to avoid lifestyle disorders.

Adding MyFy to your diet ensures you get adequate fiber and promotes healthy metabolism to avoid lifestyle disorders.

A Glass of MyFy a day

keeps lifestyle disorders away

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Testimonials

  • <i><strong>Nagesh Srivastva</strong></i>
    "MyFy has helped controlling my father's cholesterol a great deal.
    Now we don''t have to worry about his eating habits that much as
    we have MyFy to control his TGL."
    Nagesh Srivastva
  • <strong><i>Rohan Joshi</i></strong>

    "From the last decade I have been suffering from acid reflux.
    Myfy has helped me a great deal regarding this."

    Rohan Joshi
  • <strong><i>Ajay Makwana</i></strong>

    "Really worked well in controlling my TGL.
    I can eat crabs again"

    Ajay Makwana
  • <i><strong>Sonal Agarwal</strong></i>
    "My husband is really lazy about his diabetes. With Myfy I can just add it to his food
    or water and he will have it without knowing.
    His results are improved greatly. Thank you Myfy"
    Sonal Agarwal
  • <i><strong>Megha Sharma</strong></i>

    "Have worked wonders on mu husband's diabetes
    without altering his current lifestyle.
    I would recommend highly to everyone"

    Megha Sharma
  • <i><strong>Ajay Alok</strong></i>

    Really great product.
    Have helped me greatly in reducing my Diabetes.

    Ajay Alok

Testimonials

  • <i><strong>Nagesh Srivastva</strong></i>
    "MyFy has helped controlling my father's cholesterol a great deal.
    Now we don''t have to worry about his eating habits that much as
    we have MyFy to control his TGL."
    Nagesh Srivastva
  • <strong><i>Rohan Joshi</i></strong>

    "From the last decade I have been suffering from acid reflux.
    Myfy has helped me a great deal regarding this."

    Rohan Joshi
  • <strong><i>Ajay Makwana</i></strong>

    "Really worked well in controlling my TGL.
    I can eat crabs again"

    Ajay Makwana
  • <i><strong>Sonal Agarwal</strong></i>
    "My husband is really lazy about his diabetes. With Myfy I can just add it to his food
    or water and he will have it without knowing.
    His results are improved greatly. Thank you Myfy"
    Sonal Agarwal
  • <i><strong>Megha Sharma</strong></i>

    "Have worked wonders on mu husband's diabetes
    without altering his current lifestyle.
    I would recommend highly to everyone"

    Megha Sharma
  • <i><strong>Ajay Alok</strong></i>

    Really great product.
    Have helped me greatly in reducing my Diabetes.

    Ajay Alok

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Dietary Fiber:

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  • Perry R and Ying W. (2016) A Review of Physiological Effects of Soluble and Insoluble Dietary Fibers. J Nutr Food Sci 6:476. doi: 10.4172/2155-9600.1000476
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Management of Type II diabetes and Glycaemic Index:

  • Atkinson F, Foster-Powell K and Brand-Miller J. (2008) International tables of Glycaemic index and Glycaemic load values. Diabetes Care. 2008; 31(12):2281-2283.
  • Flammang A, Kendall D, Baumgartner C, Slagle T and Choe Y.(2006) Effect of a viscous fiber bar on postprandial glycemia in subjects with type 2 diabetes. J Am Coll Nutr 2006;25(5):409414.
  • Reaven G. and Banting.L (1988). Role of insulin resistance in human disease. Diabetes; 37: 1595–607.
  • Björck I and Elmståhl H. (2003) The glycaemic index: importance of dietary fibre and other food proper ties. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society ;62(01):201-206.
  • Brand-Miller JC (2003) Glycemic Load and Chronic Disease. Nutrition Reviews; 61( 5):49 –S55 .
  • O’Keefe J, Gheewala N and O’Keefe J. (2008) Dietary Strategies for Improving Post-Prandial Glucose, Lipids, Inflammation, and Cardiovascular Health. Journal of the American College of Cardiology;51:249 – 55 .
  • Jenkins, D, Axelsen, M, Kendall. C Augustin. A, Vuksan. V, and Smith, U. (2000). Dietary fibre, lente carbohydrates and the insulin-resistant diseases. British Journal of Nutrition, 83, S157-S163.
  • Joselyn Rojas et al., (2014) Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Insulin Resistance, and Obesity: Navigating the Pathophysiologic Labyrinth. International Journal of Reproductive Medicine.
  • Chen et al, (2016) Therapeutic effects of soluble dietary fiber consumption on type 2 diabetes mellitus Exp Ther Med. 2016 Aug; 12(2): 1232–1242.
  • Nuttall F. (1993) Dietary fibre in the management of diabetes. Diabetes. 1993; 42(4):503 - 508.
  • Interventions to lower the Glycaemic response to carbohydrate foods with a low-viscosity fiber (resistant maltodextrin): meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/89/1/114.full.pdf+html

Weight Loss and Maintenance:

  • Alfieri M, Pomerleau J, Grace D and Anderson L..(1995) Fiber intake of normal weight, moderately obese and severely obese subjects. Obes Res ; 3: 541-547.
  • Guerin-Deremaux L and Daniel Wils. (2011) Impact of NUTRIOSE on metabolic parameters and satiety related ghrelin profile in humans. Nutritional Study Abstract n°21 – v2.
  • Guerin-Deremaux L, Li S, Pochat M, Wils D, Mubasher M, Reifer C and Miller L (2011) Effects of NUTRIOSE(R) dietary fiber supplementation on body weight, body composition, energy intake, and hunger in overweight men. Int J Food Sci Nutr, a; 62:628-35.
  • Guérin-Deremaux L, Pochat M, Reifer C, Wils D, Cho S and Miller LE (2011) The soluble fiber NUTRIOSE® induces a dose-dependent beneficial impact on satiety over time in humans. Nutrition Research, b; 31: 665-672.
  • Howarth N, Saltzman E and Roberts S. (2001) Dietary fiber and weight regulation. Nutr Rev; 59(5):129-139.
  • Burton-Freeman. B, Davis. A and Schneeman. B, (2002) Plasma cholecystokinin is associated with subjective measures of satiety in women. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 76:959–67.
  • Burton- Freeman. B, Liyanage.D, Rahman.S and Edirisinghe.I, (2017) Ratios of soluble and insoluble dietary fibers on satiety and energy intake in overweight pre- and postmenopausal. Nutr Healthy Aging. 2017; 4(2): 157–168.
  • Nancy. S, Sheard. F and Pi-Sunyer. X. (2004) Weight management through lifestyle modification for the prevention and management of type 2 diabetes: rationale and strategies. A statement of the American Diabetes Association, the North American Association for the Study of Obesity, and the American Society for Clinical Nutrition, Am J Clin Nutr August. Vol. 80 no. 2 257-263.

Cholesterol and Triglycerides:

  • NUTRIOSE dietary fiber supplementation improves insulin resistance and determinants of metabolic syndrome in overweight men: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 2010, 35(6): 773-782, https://doi.org/10.1139/H10-074
  • Robert et al (2007), Management of Hypertriglyceridemia Am Fam Physician;75:1365-1371, 1372. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2007/0501/p1365.pdf
  • Minehira K, et al (2003) Effect of carbohydrate overfeeding on whole body and adiposess tissue metabolism in humans . Obes Res.
  • National Cholesterol Education Program. Executive summary of the third report of the National Cholesterol Education Program Expert Panel on detection, evaluation, and treatment of high blood cholesterol in adults (Adult Treatment Panel-III). JAMA 2001;285:2486 – 97.
  • https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/ms/treatment
  • The IDF consensus worldwide definition of the Metabolic Syndrome 2006, Page 4.
  • National Family Health Survey - 3 (NFHS - 3). Fact sheets [Internet]. 2005- 06. Available from: http://rchiips.org /nfhs/pdf/India.pdf

Detox:

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  • M. Slavin J. Fibre and Prebiotics. (2013) Mechanisms d Health Benefits. Nutrients;5(4):1417-1435.
  • Kau.A, Ahem.P, Griffin.N et al, (2011) Human Nutrition, the gut microbiome, and immune system: envisioning the future. Nature. Jun 15; 474(7351): 327–336.
  • Yamada. K, Tokonaga. A , Ikeda. A, Ken-ich et al, (1999) Dietary Effect of Guar Gum and its Partially Hydrolyzed Product on the Lipid Metabolism and Immune Function of Sprague-Dawley Rats, Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, 63:12, 2163-2167.
  • Mc Demott. A and Huffnagale. G (2014) The microbiome and regulation of mucosal immunity. Immunology: May; 142(1): 24–31.
  • Tsukahara, T., Y. Iwasaki, K. Nakayama, and K. Ushida. (2003) Stimulation of butyrate production in the large intestine of weaning piglets by dietary fructo-ologosacharides and its influence on the histological variables of the large intestinal mucosa. J. Nutr. Sci. Vitaminol. (Tokyo) 49:414–421.
  • P. D. Schley and C. J. Field (2002) The immune-enhancing effects of dietary fibres and prebiotics. British Journal of Nutrition, 87, Suppl. 2, S221–S230.
  • Yamada. K, Tokunaga. Y, Ikeda. A, et al, (2003) Effect of Dietary fiber on the Lipid metabolism and Immune Function of Aged Sprague- Dawley Rats. Biosci. Biotechnol, Biochem. 67 (2), 429-433.
  • Jung.W, Wu, E. (2012) The role of gut microbiota in immune homeostasis and autoimmunity. Gut Microbes. Jan 1; 3(1): 4–14.

Regularity:

  • Salhy. M, Ystad. S, Mazzawi. T and Gundersen. D (2017) Dietary fiber in irritable bowel syndrome Int J Mol Med. Sep; 40(3): 607–613.
  • Okubo T. Et al. (1994) Effects of partially hydrolyzed guar gum intake on human intestinal microflora and its metabolism. Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.; 58:1364-1369.
  • Vighi.G, Marcucci.L, Sensi.G et al, (2008) Allergy and the Gastrointestinal system. Clin Exp Immunol. Sep; 153(Suppl 1): 3–6.
  • Velazquez M., Davies C., Marett R., Slavin J., Feirtag J. (2000) Effects of oligosaccharides and fibre substitutes on short-chain fatty acid production by human fecal microflora. Anaerobe; 6:87–92.

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