Organic Prebio Fibre Powder is sourced from acacia and baobab, the nutrient dense fruit from the tree of life. This soluble dietary fibre is a low FODMAP prebiotic fibre which helps support friendly bacteria and also increases akkermansia levels. 100% active ingredients formulated by expert nutritionists.
Reasons to love
FODMAP-friendly prebiotic fibre
Certified Organic and sustainably sourced
30 servings per jar
Increases akkermansia levels
Organic Prebio Fibre Powder is a blend of baobab pulp and acacia resin, two natural ingredients sustainably sourced from Africa.
This FODMAP-friendly, water-soluble prebiotic fibre is ideal for supporting microbial diversity in the gut. This dietary fibre travels to the lower digestive tract where it can help to feed the friendly bacteria in the gut and also increases akkermansia levels.
Baobab is a nutrient-dense fruit that has been consumed traditionally for thousands of years. Also known as the ‘tree of life’, the baobab has a subtle, slightly tangy flavour with fruity notes. The Acacia gum is obtained from the acacia tree where it is carefully harvested and then naturally sun-dried. Both baobab and acacia are sourced from central Africa, where their production supports local communities and creates a valuable source of income for rural families.
This pleasant-tasting powder can be added to water, yoghurts, smoothies and cereals. This jar contains 30 servings, at the clinically studied dose of 5g per day.
Contains 100% active ingredients, formulated by expert nutritionists with no artificial fillers and no nasties.
Sourced according to Viridian’s strict ethical criteria including no animal testing, GMO or palm oil.
Per 3 teaspoons (5g)
Acacia (seyal) fibre
Baobab (Adansonia digitata) fruit pulp
67% total fibre content
Directions & Storage
As a food supplement, mix three teapoons into food or drink daily or as directed by your healthcare professional. Take with food. Do not exceed stated dose. Store in a cool dry place, out of the sight and reach of children.
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