Suggested use: Mix 1 teaspoon (5.3g) with 8 oz. of water
infused with pH Booster once a day.
Please note, it is
important to drink plenty of water with this product,
drink at least 1 full glass of water
Serving size: 1 teaspoon (5.3 g)
Amount Per % Daily
Serving Per Container: 30
Husk (Plantago ovata)
Percent Daily Values are
based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Daily Value not established
Other Ingredients: Natural Orange Flavor.
• Alkaline Forming •
High In Fiber • Vegan • Preservative Free • Sodium Free • Dairy Free • Non
GMO • No Added Sugar • No Artificial Flavors
Protect from heat, light and moisture. Store at 59-86° F (15-30° C).
Keep out of reach of children.
The fibers in Prebiotic Fiber include:
Prebiotic Soluble Fibers
Inulin is a non-digestible fiber that acts as food for friendly
flora. Numerous research studies have shown that inulin significantly
increases the number of beneficial bacteria in the GI tract. One clinical
trial found it increased the number of beneficial bifidobacteria in the
colon threefold! Yet inulin is selective, meaning it doesn’t raise levels of
harmful strains — only good ones. Probiotic supplements should always be
taken with prebiotics like inulin, because prebiotics make probiotics work
As a side benefit, inulin has also been shown to increase calcium
absorption, so in addition to supporting a healthy digestive tract, it also
builds better bones!
Unlike some synthesized poly and oligosaccharides, our inulin is 100%
natural, extracted from chicory roots using hot water.
Note: While their names are similar, inulin and insulin have nothing
to do with each other. Inulin will increase neither insulin nor blood sugar
levels, so this product is perfectly suitable for diabetics.
Psyberloid. While soluble fiber
dissolves in water, insoluble fiber largely passes through the GI tract
intact. That means it adds bulk to the intestines, which eases constipation
and makes you feel full after a meal. The good news about the insoluble
fiber in Prebiotic Blend is that it is ground very fine and does dissolve
well in water while still providing the bulk you need to obtain the
beneficial effects of Insoluble Fiber.
Prebiotic Fiber provides beneficial Prebiotics and
fiber to help
replenish and restore intestinal health, which is crucial for overall pH
Why you want to take prebiotics with your probiotics.
Most Americans lead lifestyles that deplete their systems of beneficial
bacteria or friendly flora. As a result, they suffer from gas, diarrhea,
bloating, constipation, yeast overgrowth, or more serious digestive
conditions. Therefore, taking a stomach-stable probiotic formula, which
helps re-colonize the gut with good bacteria, is an excellent idea for
anyone with digestive complaints. If you’re going to take a probiotic
product such as
Probiotic Blend, we suggest taking it with a prebiotic formula, such as
Prebiotic Fiber to obtain the maximize results.
Why? Because probiotics are like seeds. When you plant seeds, you can’t
guarantee that all of them will take root and grow. However, you can take
steps to increase their chances, by giving them what they need to flourish:
good soil, plenty of water, and access to sunshine. It’s the same with
probiotics. You could swallow your probiotics and just hope for the best.
But if you take your probiotics with prebiotics, you’ll make sure they have
what they need to flourish and grow.
We especially recommend this step for people who have tested their pH
Diagnostic pH Test Strips and found it to be Very Acidic. Test your pH!
Introducing probiotics into a very acidic GI tract is like trying to plant
seeds in very poor soil. If you want the seeds to survive, you’ll need to
make up for the poor-quality soil with high-quality plant food. Likewise, if
you want your probiotics to survive, you’ll need to counterbalance the
overly acidic environment of your GI tract with high-quality probiotic food
— such as Prebiotic Fiber.
What probiotics like to eat.
Prebiotic Fiber contains exactly what probiotics like to eat:
prebiotics. These unique non-digestible fibers are not absorbed in the upper
part of the GI tract. Instead, they make their way to the colon, where they
provide an excellent food source for the bacteria there.
And here’s the best part: only good bacteria like to eat prebiotics. So
by selectively feeding the beneficial bacteria, their numbers start to grow,
crowding out the harmful strains. In fact, research has shown that the
prebiotic inulin, which is featured in Prebiotic Fiber, increases the number
of beneficial bifidobacteria in the colon threefold!
At the same
time, it lowers levels of potentially harmful strains like bacteroides,
fusobacteria, and clostridia!
Not only that, an in vivo study found that inulin also increases the
survival of probiotics. So not only are there more of them, but they live
longer. When mice were fed the probiotic Lactobacillus casei by itself, it
survived in their GI tracts for 2 days. But when they were fed inulin at the
same time as the Lactobacillus casei, it lasted 6 days. In other words,
taking the prebiotic inulin with the probiotic Lactobacillus casei made it
last three times longer!
How to support digestive health and up your fiber intake.
An added benefit of taking Prebiotic Fiber is that it’s a great source of
fiber. In case you didn’t know, fiber has loads of health benefits. It
provides bulk in the intestines, making stools softer and easier to pass. It
creates a feeling of fullness without any calories, so it’s a weight
watcher’s dream. It delays stomach emptying (in other words, how long it
takes food to leave the stomach), meaning it prevents spikes in blood sugar.
It supports a healthy heart by maintaining normal cholesterol levels. And it
acts like a sponge, soaking up acids and toxins from the intestines.
Yet even with all those benefits, the average American only gets 15 grams
of fiber per day — just a little over half the recommended amount!
Adding Prebiotic Fiber to your daily routine will not only support
your digestive health, it’s also a great way to up your fiber intake.
With over 5 grams per serving, it delivers more than 20% of the recommended
daily intake of 25 grams. That’s the same amount of fiber in a tablespoon of
flax powder (2 g) and a bowl of oatmeal (3 g) combined!
All in a convenient, great-tasting powder.
Now, we know that some people may prefer capsules to powders. But if you
really want the threefold increase in beneficial bacteria that inulin can
achieve, you have to take a decent dosage. And there’s simply no way you can
fit 5 grams of fiber into a reasonable amount of capsules. (We tried.)
The good news is, we’ve created a product that solves people’s main
objection to powders. Prebiotic Fiber mixes easily with water or juice (no
clumping), so it’s easy to drink, and it has a pleasant-tasting orange
flavor, so it tastes good going down.
Make your probiotics work better…with Prebiotic Fiber.