To ensure you get all the benefits from the prebiotic fiber, we recommend waiting 5 minutes after brewing to bring the temperature below 140 degrees. You can also add a small amount of plant-based milk, creamer or an ice cube to quickly bring the temperature down. Then, mix in your Daily Prebiotic Fiber.
Due to the nature of the resistant potato starch, we do not recommend adding Daily Prebiotic Fiber to any recipes that are required to heat above 140 degrees. Need help finding ways to incorporate our prebiotic fiber into your daily routine? Head over to our blog for plenty of recipe ideas and best ways to use!
We recommend starting with a single serving of Daily Prebiotic Fiber and gradually increasing your dosage if you’re looking to supplement your diet with more than 7g of fiber. However you will get all the benefits from a daily, single dose, so increasing your servings isn’t necessary.
Yes, Daily Prebiotic Fiber is certified glyphosate residue free. Being certified glyphosate residue free means ingredients within the product have been tested and shown to be safe from harmful pesticides, specifically glyphosate, a known microbiome disruptor.
Daily Prebiotic Fiber can be used by both children and the elderly, but it's important to adjust the dosage based on their specific needs. Consult with a healthcare professional for appropriate dosing recommendations.
Daily Prebiotic Fiber is free of all major allergens including gluten, dairy and soy. Daily Prebiotic Fiber is also plant-based and vegan friendly. Please note: Daily Prebiotic Fiber is manufactured in a facility that processes all major allergens.
Short answer, yes. Refer to the product label to ensure you’re adhering to any specific guidelines associated with your diet.
You can find more information on the science of prebiotics within the Our Science page. Head over there for a detailed deep dive!
You can take Daily Prebiotic Fiber any time of day, however, we recommend finding a way to incorporate it into an established daily routine (like a morning smoothie or tea) to ensure consistency and the best results.
Partially hydrolyzed guar gum is a soluble dietary fiber derived from guar gum, a natural substance extracted from guar beans. PHGG is created through a controlled enzymatic process that breaks down guar gum into smaller, more easily digestible molecules.
PHGG is easier for the body to digest and absorb compared to regular guar gum, which can sometimes cause digestive discomfort. PHGG is also tasteless and odorless, making it a versatile addition to various food and beverage products.
PHGG is known for its potential to support digestive health by promoting regular bowel movements and preventing constipation. It may also help maintain healthy blood sugar levels and support weight management due to its ability to promote a feeling of fullness.
Resistant potato starch is a specialized dietary fiber derived from potatoes. It is resistant to digestion in the small intestine, meaning it passes through to the large intestine intact, where it provides unique health benefits.
Solnul is specifically designed to be resistant to digestion, making it a valuable source of resistant starch. Regular potato starch is mostly digestible and serves primarily as a thickening agent in cooking.
Solnul is clinically proven to support a number of gut health-specific benefits, including overall digestive wellness and microbiome balance, promoting a feeling of fullness, helping with blood sugar management, and supporting weight management. It can also be used as a prebiotic to nourish beneficial gut bacteria.
Fiber Rescue can be taken any time of day. If consuming at night, make sure to take the product a few hours before bed. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated through the night.
We recommend starting with a lower dose and gradually increasing to a full serving 1-2 times a day for best results.
Yes, but make sure to take the product a few hours before bed. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated through the night.
Make sure you’re mixing each serving into a minimum of 12 ounces of water. Because psyllium husk is a soluble and insoluble fiber, it absorbs water as it moves through your digestive system. This creates a gel-like composition that helps sweep out the GI tract.
As you enjoy your Fiber Rescue drink, stir occasionally. For best results, consume within 10 minutes.
**Avoid vigorous shaking or mixing as this can increase water absorption causing the product to gel quickly.
Fiber Rescue can be used by both children and the elderly, but it's important to adjust the dosage based on their specific needs. Consult with a healthcare professional for appropriate dosing recommendations.
Results can vary from person to person, but many individuals experience relief from constipation within 12 to 72 hours of taking psyllium husk regularly. It's essential to be consistent with your daily intake for the best results.
Psyllium husk powder may interact with certain medications, potentially affecting their absorption. It's best to consult your healthcare provider before taking psyllium husk powder if you are on other medications or supplements.
Side effects may include bloating, gas, and abdominal discomfort. These symptoms can often be managed by starting with a lower dose and gradually increasing it. If you continue to experience symptoms, discontinue use. This could be an indication of an imbalance in your gut such as SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth). If you experience severe side effects or allergic reactions, discontinue use and seek medical attention.
Fiber Rescue is free of all major allergens including gluten, dairy and soy. Daily Fiber Rescue is also plant-based and vegan friendly. Please note: this product is manufactured in a facility that processes all major allergens.
Psyllium husk powder is a fine powder made from the seeds of the Plantago ovata plant. It is more finely ground compared to whole psyllium husk, which is coarser in texture. When made into a powder, psyllium husk can be easily mixed into a drink, offering all the great benefits of a prebiotic fiber.
Psyllium husk powder is rich in soluble fiber, which absorbs water and forms a gel-like substance in the digestive tract. This can help promote regular bowel movements, relieve constipation, and support overall digestive health.
Psyllium husk powder is known for several potential benefits, including:
Relieving constipation and promoting regular bowel movements.
Lowering cholesterol levels.
Managing blood sugar levels.
Supporting weight management by promoting a feeling of fullness.
Improving overall gut health.
Psyllium husk powder is generally safe for most people when used as directed. However, it's essential to drink enough water when taking it to prevent potential issues like choking or intestinal blockages. If you have specific medical conditions or are taking medications, consult with your healthcare provider before using psyllium husk powder.
Psyllium husk powder can be a part of a weight management plan due to its ability to create a feeling of fullness. However, it should not be used as the sole method for weight loss.
Side effects may include bloating, gas, and abdominal discomfort. These symptoms can often be managed by starting with a lower dose and gradually increasing it. If you continue to experience symptoms, this could be an indication of an imbalance in your gut such as SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth). If you experience severe side effects or allergic reactions, discontinue use and seek medical attention.
The short answer is no. We do, however, recommend refrigerating Synbiotic after opening to ensure freshness.
Synbiotics may offer various potential benefits, including:
Improved digestive health
Stimulation of the growth and activity of beneficial gut bacteria, including Akkermansia
Enhanced immune function
Improved regularity of bowel movements
Support of nutrient absorption and metabolism
The timeline for experiencing the effects of a synbiotic supplement can vary from person to person. Some individuals may notice improvements in digestive health within a few weeks, while others may take longer. Consistency in usage is key for long-term benefits.
You can take Synbiotic any time of day, with or without a meal, but we recommend taking with your first meal of the day as this can help protect the probiotics from stomach acid and improve their survival rate as they reach the intestines.
There is typically no major issue with taking synbiotics alongside most dietary supplements. However, we recommend consulting with your healthcare provider to ensure there are no potential interactions with medications you are currently taking.
Synbiotic is free of all major allergens including gluten, dairy and soy. Synbiotic is also plant-based and vegan friendly. Please note: this product is manufactured in a facility that processes all major allergens.
A synbiotic supplement is a combination of probiotics and prebiotics. Probiotics are beneficial live microorganisms that support gut health, while prebiotics are non-digestible fibers that serve as food for these probiotics. Synbiotics provide a synergistic effect by combining both components to promote a healthy gut microbiome. In addition to probiotics and prebiotics, our Synbiotic offers enhanced benefits through clinically proven postbiotics.
Synbiotic supplements can benefit individuals looking to support their overall gut health, alleviate digestive issues, boost their immune system, or maintain a balanced microbiome. It may be particularly helpful for those with gastrointestinal problems, a history of antibiotic use, or dietary imbalances.
Synbiotic supplements are generally safe for most people when used as directed. However, it's essential to follow the recommended dosage and consult with a healthcare provider if you have any underlying medical conditions or concerns about potential interactions with medications.
Common side effects may include mild gastrointestinal discomfort, such as bloating or gas, especially when starting a new supplement. These side effects usually subside as your body adjusts. If you experience severe or persistent side effects, consult with a healthcare professional.