About HS Labs Fibers
HS Labs Fibers is an unflavored dietary fibre formula designed to support gastrointestinal health and regularity with natural plant fibres from Plantago psyllium and Plantago ovata. This easy-to-digest powder can be mixed in water or semi-solid foods for an added fibre boost. HS Labs Fibers is also vegetarian-friendly and provides 100 servings with nearly 3 grams of fibre each.
Key Benefits and Quality Differences of HS Labs Fibers Include:
- Supports gastrointestinal integrity and function
- Promotes healthy nutrient digestion and absorption
- Encourages colonic motility and bowel regularity
- No artificial flavorings, sweeteners, fillers, or additives
- No stimulants, castor oil, or harsh laxatives
How HS Labs Fibers Works
HS Labs Fibers features a carefully crafted blend of soluble and insoluble fibres from the Plantago ovata husks and Plantago psyllium seeds. These plants are revered for their fibre content as they contain highly-branched, fermentation-resistant arabinoxylans. The fibres in psyllium seeds and ovata husks have been shown to promote bowel regularity and reduce the symptoms of constipation, as well as support healthy blood lipid and blood glucose profiles.1,2
Why Use HS Labs Fibers?
HS Labs Fibers is the ideal plant-based fibre supplement formula for those in need of gentle constipation relief and ongoing support for gastrointestinal function. Since this fibre powder is not a stimulant laxative, it can be used safely on a daily basis.
Mix 5 g (1 heaping scoop) of HS Labs Fibers in 200 mL of water and wait 5 to 10 minutes for the powder to fully dissolve before consuming. Take up to two full scoops per day, preferably before meals.
1. Ashraf, W., Park, F., Lof, J., & Quigley, E. M. M. (1995). Effects of psyllium therapy on stool characteristics, colon transit and anorectal function in chronic idiopathic constipation. Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics, 9(6), 639-647.
2. Anderson, J. W., Allgood, L. D., Turner, J., Oeltgen, P. R., & Daggy, B. P. (1999). Effects of psyllium on glucose and serum lipid responses in men with type 2 diabetes and hypercholesterolemia–. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 70(4), 466-473.