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Gut Regulator

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A gentle fibre mix to restore balance in the gut. We’ve selected fibres that relieve tricky digestive symptoms for sensitive tummies, while maintaining the health of our beneficial gut bacteria.

Benefits

Minimises bloating and gas

Relieves constipation and diarrhoea

Promotes long-term gut microbiome health

What's the science?

Gut symptoms, like painful gas and bloating, are often really tricky to resolve. Some of these symptoms are triggered by foods that are high in rapidly fermented short-chain carbohydrates, known as FODMAPs (fermentable oligo-, di-, monosaccharides, and polyols – it’s a mouthful, we know). While restricting high FODMAP foods can provide relief to those with sensitive tummies, it often negatively impacts the health of the gut microbiome. Opposed to rapidly fermented fibres that produce a lot of gas in a short amount of time, people with these symptoms may benefit from longer-chain fibres that are slowly fermented in the colon. These fibres are more gentle on the gut, relieves gas and bloating, and supports the health of our gut bacteria.

Ingredients

PHGG

Partially hydrolysed guar gum (PHGG) is a prebiotic fibre derived from guar beans. PHGG promotes the growth of beneficial gut bacteria while minimising bloating and gas. It’s best known for its role in relieving constipation, diarrhoea, and bloating for those with sensitive tummies.

PHGG
Guar gum

Guar gum comes from the seed of the guar plant. It's a soluble and viscous (gel-forming) fibre that normalises the moisture content of stool, helping to absorb excess water in diarrhoea, and soften stools in constipation.

Guar gum
Cellulose

Cellulose is derived from the cell walls of plant-based foods. Cellulose is known to be particularly beneficial at promoting bowel function and regularity.

Cellulose
Wheat fibre

Wheat fibre comes from the cell walls of the wheat grain. It contains arabinoxylans that help create softer, bulkier stools that are easier to pass. Our wheat fibre is suitable for those with coeliac disease (certified gluten-free).

Wheat fibre
Oat fibre

Oat fibre comes from the outer shell of the oat grain. Oat contains both soluble and insoluble fibres, helping to improve constipation, abdominal pain and bloating. Oat fibre also contains beta-glucan, a powerhouse fibre with beneficial effects on blood cholesterol levels. Our oat fibre is suitable for those with coeliac disease (certified gluten-free).

Oat fibre
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