NOW Foods Psyllium Husk 500mg
Surveys have shown that the fiber content of the American diet is typically about half of government recommended levels. Psyllium Husk Powder can be a convenient way to increase the intake of dietary fiber. Psyllium is a bulk laxative used for short-term treatment of constipation. Psyllium is available as nonprescription drug products and as herbal dietary supplement products.
NOW Foods Inulin Powder
NOW®'s Inulin is a fructooligosaccharide derived from Chicory Root. As a prebiotic, Inulin stimulates the growth of friendly and healthy intestinal bacteria which supports good colon health.* Since it also has a very low glycemic index, it is suitable for many people who are on restricted diets. Add it to your favorite beverage or food. Its taste is comparable to sugar and can be used as a sugar replacer.
NOW Foods Psyllium Husk Powder Psyllium is a true dietary fiber, even though it is classified by some as a laxative or mucilaginous fiber, and is a convenient way to increase intake of dietary fiber because of its high mucilage content. This bulking agent swells considerably when added to liquid, which can help to support healthy gastrointestinal transit time. This bulking action and healthy transit time can play an important role in maintaining healthy gastrointestinal function.*
Barlean's Forti-Flax Barlean’s Forti-Flax ground flaxseed provides a cornucopia of naturally occurring nutrients including valuable Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, amino acids and trace minerals, to bring you vibrant health and energy.
Forti-Flax supplies all the benefits of fiber plus a comprehensive source of organic-source nutrition:
NOW Foods Chia Seeds Chia seeds are one of the best known sources of essential fatty acids, with nearly two-thirds being comprised of Omega-3 as ALA. They are also an excellent source of Omega-6, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, dietary fiber, and protein.
This Chia Seed meal can make a nutritious addition to protein shakes, cereals, salads, yogurts, and more.
NOW Foods Chia Seeds 1lb While most of us know chia from the popular and peculiar chia pets, chia is far more than a humorous ornamental plant. Chia (salvia hispanica) is one of the best-known plant sources of healthy fatty acids, which account for almost two-thirds of chia's total fatty acid make-up. Chia seeds are also an excellent source of fiber and a good source of calcium.
NOW Real Food White Chia Seeds are a tasty treat with a mild flavor that can be eaten on their own or added to many of your favorite recipes. They're also an excellent topping for salads, yogurts, puddings, and more.