Sunfiber® promotes a healthy digestive balance without the excess gas or bloating associated with other fibers.*
Low FODMAP** and Gluten Free
Sunfiber’s unique soluble fiber is gentle on your system. It supports your digestive health without the excess gas, bloating and loose stools associated with high FODMAP foods and ingredients.*
Tasteless, Odorless and Clear-mixing
Sunfiber® dissolves crystal clear in water. You can add it to most foods and beverages without changing their taste, aroma or texture.
Supports weight management*
Sunfiber® soluble fiber helps food move through your digestive tract at a comfortable pace, helping you feel less hungry.*
Reduces the Glycemic Index*
Sunfiber® reduces the glycemic index of foods, which helps decrease the post-meal glucose spike.*
Meets the FDA definition of dietary fiber
Sunfiber® delivers clinically substantiated health benefits and qualifies as a DIETARY FIBER under the FDA’s new, stringent definition.
This clinically proven soluble fiber helps food move through the gut at just the right pace, improving both occasional constipation and occasional diarrhea.*
Feeds beneficial gut bacteria*
As a prebiotic fiber, Sunfiber® promotes a healthy gut flora which supports digestive health and overall wellness.*
Look before you flush
A blog for those who want to know
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