Maxi Health Fibermax™ Description
Medical research shows that high fiber intake is important for good digestive health. Fibermax is premium psyllium fiber made from high quality, fine texture husk. This bulk producing fiber encourages normal elimination naturally, without chemical stimulants and is non-addictive. Oat Bran is included in Fibermax because it has one of the highest levels of soluble fiber found in any food. The enzymes in Fibermax will help reduce gas and bloating.
To help your body adjust and avoid the minor gas and bloating sometimes associated with high fiber intake, you may need to increase your fiber intake gradually. Start by taking one teaspoonful of Fibermax per day. If minor gas or bloating occurs, reduce the amount you take for several days. Gradually increase to 1 tablespoon per day if needed or as directed.
Usual Adult Dosage: One (1) Tablespoon daily.
1) Mix one (1) Tablespoon of Fibermax in a glass of cold water or orange juice. (For best results mix with equal amounts of Lecithin & Bee Pollen from Maxi Health Research®)
2) Stir briskly and drink promptly. If mixture thickens, add more liquid and stir. Drink another glass of water if necessary.
3) Best when taken before dinner.
Animal products, soy, wheat, milk, sugar, yeast, artificial flavors, colorings and preservatives.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Maxi Health Fibermax™ -- 14 oz
This has been my favorite fiber product for like three years now. It does not cause blotting of gas. I have been regular since I have been using it. I take two doses/day. Take a look at how many grams of fiber it contains per serving.
September 10, 2009
Under The Radar
I stumbled upon this great product in a local health market. It has over 10 grams of fiber per serving and comes with its own digestive enzymes-'EnzyMax'. I take a tablespoon mixed with apple juice. This is a great product for those of us that need extra fiber to "move" normally. Three (tbsp)servings provides a full day's fiber requirement!
January 11, 2009