Trace Minerals Research Fiber Orange Cream

Trace Minerals Research Fiber Orange Cream -- 14 g - 15 fl oz

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Trace Minerals Research Fiber Orange Cream -- 14 g - 15 fl oz

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Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 oz (2 Tbsp.)
Servings per Container: 15
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Total Carbohydrates14 g5%
  Dietary Fiber14 g56%
   Soluble Fiber14 g*
  Sugars (from fruit concentrate) Less than1 g*
Magnesium (from ConcenTrace®)20 mg9%
Chloride (from ConcenTrace®)50 mg1%
ConcenTrace® (Ionic Trace Minerals)300 mg*
Boron (from ConcenTrace®)250 mcg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Inulin (including oligofructose), purified water, organic acacia, ionic trace minerals, white grape concentrate, apple juice concentrate, natural orange flavors blend, aloe vera, apple pectin, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate (for freshness). Also contains over 72 ionic trace minerals from seawater.
Refrigerate after opening. Rinse cap after each use.

Trace Minerals Research Fiber Orange Cream Description

  • New Improved Flavor!
  • A Gluten-Free Source of Dietary Fiber and Prebiotics to Promote Digestive Health
  • Fast Absorbing
  • Certified Vegan • Gluten Free
  • Liquimins™

Fiber 14g is a unique blend of Inulin fiber and Organic Acacia fiber from all-natural sources in a convenient liquid.

The fiber content in Fiber 14g comes from Inulin, a naturally-occurring fiber derived from Chicory Roots.  Inulin occurs naturally in over 35,000 foods and is beneficial for weight loss, maintaining healthy blood sugar levels in conjunction with a healthy diet, and digestive health.  Like other dietary fibers, Inulin is a natural appetite suppressant that makes you feel fuller without added calories.  Plus, fiber also can absorb fat in your digestive tract to reduce the amount of fat absorbed by your body.

Inulin is also naturally good for digestive health because it’s a prebiotic.  Prebiotics help boost production of the beneficial cultures that naturally reside in your digestive tract to help aid digestion.  These beneficial cultures help support the natural, healthy bacterial balance of the intestines.

Fiber 14g also contains Organic Acacia fiber, a soluble fiber that can help support optimal digestive health and function.  It’s also a soluble prebiotics fiber capable of increasing good gut flora and reducing occasional indigestion.

Diets high in fiber have also been shown to help support blood sugar levels when used as a part of the diet, prevent occasional constipation, support good colon health, and maintain lipid levels that are already in the normal range.

To complete the formula, we supercharged Fiber 14g with over 70 ionic minerals from ConcenTrace® for greater absorption and assimilation.


Shake well. Take 1 oz. straight or mixed into juice or food. Begin regimen by taking 1 tbsp. daily or 1 week to allow GI tract to adjust. then take 1oz. daily if desired. An influx of digestive gases is normal and should be expected. Drink plenty of fluids while taking fiber.

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