This product contains no sugar, salt, yeast, gluten, artificial preservatives, colors or flavors.
Shake well before each use. Mix one level scoop (approximately 6 grams) once or twice daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional. For best results, mix with water or juice and take on an empty stomach.
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Store in a cool, dry place.
Keep out of reach of children.
What Fiber is Right for You?
Hopefully you’re all taking a good fiber supplement. We’ve offered a few options for years because it just makes sense. After all, people who eat the Standard American Diet typically get very little fiber from their diet alone. As a result, they have gas, are bloated, and constipated. Worse yet, they’re risking things as serious as colon polyps, diverticulitis, and even cancer. Taking a fiber supplement has been shown to help keep all of these conditions at bay, and it’s easier than ever to make it a daily habit.
Didja know we have 3 fiber supplements that you may choose to add to your regiment: Flaxium is a blend of flax seeds and psyllium hull; Psyllium Capsules contain pure ground psyllium hull; and Green Sweep is blend of barley grass leaf and slippery elm.
Flaxseeds are high in both soluble and insoluble fiber. Flax may promote regular bowel movements because it is high in insoluble fiber. Flaxseed's all natural fiber helps to absorb water, thereby softening the stool and allowing it to pass through the colon quickly. Combined with ground psyllium hulls, which help the body to absorb fungal toxins, you have a super powered fiber supplement that allows those toxins to be eliminated quickly and effectively.
Psyllium has beena standard fiber supplement for years. In Doug Kaufmann’s “Fungus Link 1,” it says that Psyllium is one of the only substances to actually absorb fungi’s poisonous mycotoxins. For years now, I’ve recommended psyllium husks as a great fiber for everyday use. Psyllium is not digested by your body. It works specifically in the intestines to scrape away things like candida and absorb mycotoxins helping to eliminate them from the body.
I’ve also been impressed with barley grass. Barley is actually a non-stored grain, but I only take it in grass form so that I get all the benefits of fiber without the worries I have about grains. Barley has as much as 40% more protein than wheat, and is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. What’s more, it actually tastes slightly sweet. The grass of barley is harvested in the early stages of growth when it has lots of green chlorophyll, which is a great antifungal. Chlorophyll is what makes this and other plants green. In addition to being a great blood detoxifier, it has also been shown to help eliminate certain mycotoxins from the body, including aflatoxin, the most carcinogenic mycotoxin known.