Helps maintain cholesterol already within normal range*
May help you feel fuller longer*
Sweetened with Stevia
Uses the finest quality, 95% whole mesh Psyllium Husk
Can be taken every day
100% Natural Psyllium Husk - a soluble fiber, derived from the husks or covering of the Psyllium seeds. It is an ancient and trusted soluble fiber that is very effective in moving waste smoothly and gently through the digestive tract. *
Stevia Leaf Extract - a non-caloric sweetener derived from the Stevia plant
Citric Acid - a natural acid found in citrus fruits which helps bring a bit of zing to the flavors
Tartaric Acid - found in certain fruits, is used to help enhance the flavors
Pineapple Flavor - all natural Pineapple flavored powder
Stevia Rebaudiana, commonly know as sweetleaf, is a plant that has been used by cultures around the world for centuries. Stevia contains steviol glycosides, which are extracted from the plant and used in foods, drinks and supplements as a non-caloric sweetener.
Stevia has a sweet, licorice flavor that is naturally 100-300x sweeter than traditional sweeteners yet it has no calories. Stevia plants grow naturally in Brazil and Paraguay where for hundreds of years, it has been used to sweeten foods, treat burns and aid stomach discomfort. The Food and Drug Administration has approved steviol glycosides as a dietary supplement and given it GRAS status (Generally Recognized As Safe).
250,000iu (Entero-Coated), 80 Tablets, 33% Extra Free
Our Price: £22.99
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