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  • Unflavored prebiotic plant fiber blend
  • Supports digestive regularity, bacteria balance, appetite control & glycemic control
  • 8g fiber per serving, 25 calories per serving
  • 30 servings per container
  • Overview
  • The Why

Adequate fiber intake is crucial for optimal digestive regularity, appetite management, glycemic control and detoxification. 

Life Time Fitness Fiber is a blend of prebiotic plant fibers formulated to help maintain healthy glycemic control, promote bowel regularity, improve mineral absorption and aid with satiety.† The flavor-neutral soluble and insoluble fibers are well-tolerated and may support weight management efforts and promote beneficial bacterial balance in the gastrointestinal tract when used as part of a balanced, wholesome diet.†

Partially-hydrolyzed guar gum & Prebiotic Isomalto-Oligosaccharides have been shown to promote beneficial bacteria growth in the large intestine and help manage bloating in those with irritable bowel syndrome. Green Tea Phytosome supports antioxidant intake and provides mild thermogenic effects. The Phytosome is prepared with soy lecithin to increase absorption, but contains no soy protein.

Each serving supplies 8 grams of total fiber and just 25 calories.

†These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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