Multi Fibre Capsules
Good Health Multi Fibre, Fibre for bowel health. Supports regular bowel function. Targets digestive discomfort. Nutritional support for bowel health. Supports toxin and waste removal. Multi fibre is a gentle, yet effective formula that works naturally to support the body's cleansing process. Multifibre combines the gentle action of pure flax fibre & Psyllium with synergistic ingredients including pectin, chlorella, beetroot and slippery elm. 90 capsules.
RRP $21.00, healthy.co.nz price $19.95.
Supports regular bowel function. Targets digestive discomfort. Nutritional support for bowel health. Supports toxin and waste removal.
Directions: Can be taken over 7 days or 1 month. For best results take in conjunction with Multi Cleanse.
7 day quick cleanse: Adults: Take 4 capsules three times daily, before food until finished, or as professionally advised.
1 month maintenance cleanse: Adults: Take 3 capsules in the morning, before food, or as professionally advised. Capsules can be opened and added to food.
Regularity is the term used to describe proper elimination of waste from the digestive system, namely the colon. Constipation is an expression used to explain a difficulty in passing the waste matter or irregularity of the bowel. Most of us will or have probably suffered from some form of constipation during our lives and for others, constipation can be an on going chronic problem.
What is a "Regular Bowel Movement"? Most people would regard one to two bowel motions a day as being normal, however some people say they are regular, as they regularly have a bowel motion on a, say, Wednesday! Ideally we should all have a bowel motion at least once a day - if not twice a day.
What causes bowel irregularity? There are a number of reasons why people have bowel irregularity, but 2 of the main reason could be a lack of fibre and water in the diet. With our busy lifestyles these days, many of us eat too many refined foods that have been highly processed. These foods contain little fibre.
What is fibre? Another word for fibre is roughage, which is plant material that passes through the digestive system and cannot be digested or broken down by the digestive enzymes in a human body.
How much water should someone drink? The average person needs no less than 2 litres of water a day. Ideally this should be sipped consistently throughout the day, rather than consuming large amounts all at once. Using a sipper bottle is an excellent way to monitor how much you are consuming. People who exercise, are over weight or stressed need to consume more water than this. Taking a fibre supplement such as Multi-Fibre may offer a simple solution to bowel irregularity.
Ingredients per capsule: Slippery Elm Bark Powder 100mg, Chlorella powder 50mg, Beetroot juice powder 100mg, Apple fibre (pectin) 20mg, Linum usitatissimum seed fibre (flaxseed) 200mg, Psyllium Husk Powder 200mg. No added gluten, egg, dairy, yeast, wheat or soy. No artificial flavours, sweeteners, preservatives or colours used in this product.
Keep out of the reach of Children. In all cases of digestive problems, seek professional advice if symptoms persist. Precautions: Ensure adequate fluid intake when taking fibre supplements. Some changes in bowel habits may occur due to increased fibre intake. If any unusual changes occur, including abdominal pain or extended constipation, seek professional advice. Lowered absorption of medications may occur when taking concentrated fibre, therefore it is recommended that this product should be taken one hour after mediation.