Derived from the seeds of the Plantago ovata plant, psyllium husks are affectionately referred to as ‘nature’s broom’. They’re packed with 60-70% soluble fibre, helping to maintain a healthy digestive tract and acting as an effective colon cleanser.
Helps to increase stool size, relieving constipation and promoting regularity
Assists in delaying food digestion, which helps to regulate blood sugar levels
Considered a prebiotic (non-digestible compound) that boosts and nourishes intestinal bacteria
What goes in.
Certified organic psyllium husks.
What's kept out.
Fillers and preservatives.
Did you know?
Did you know many commercial brands sneak unwelcome ingredients into their spices? Plant husks, cheaper seeds and other fillers are sometimes used to bulk up a spice, while industrial dyes and chromate may be added to amplify the colour.
Sourced in India, packed in New Zealand.
Beef up your fibre intake by adding a teaspoon to your daily diet. Simply through into smoothies, juices, cereals or baking. It's also awesome as a thickener
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