Psyllium husk has received its fair share of attention within the low-carb community. The seed is covered by #psyllium husk, which is a rich source of viscous soluble fiber. It absorbs water to form a gel. Psyllium husk powder is an edible soluble fiber and #prebiotic. In addition, psyllium husk is known to have positive effects on heart health and cholesterol levels. It can help current diabetics as well as people trying to prevent diabetes since the dietary consumption of fibers like psyllium husk can assist in maintaining healthy glycaemic balance in the body. Psyllium used in cooked foods needs to be mixed with enough fluid so that the husk can absorb and bulk up, reducing the risk of constipation. When baking with it, most recipes will call for eggs or egg whites and hot water. The hot water helps the psyllium activate and activates its ‘glue’ properties.