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Wellblends™ Elderberry with Immune Care™
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Feed your gut the good stuff.
Nature Made® Prebiotic Fiber feeds the good bacteria in your digestive system and helps support digestive health.†
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Prebiotics are dietary fibers that our body can’t digest. Instead, they feed the beneficial microorganisms living in our digestive system, which then helps support digestive health.†
More than 90% of women and 97% of men do not meet the recommended daily intakes for dietary fiber, which is 31 g/day for men and 25 g/day for women. If you’re one of those who doesn’t consume a lot of foods rich in fiber—like oats, legumes, and fruits and vegetables—you might benefit from a prebiotic fiber supplement.
Prebiotic fibers feed the good bacteria in our digestive system and help support digestive health. Nature Made® Prebiotic Fiber provides a variety of ways to feed the beneficial microorganisms in your digestive system; it’s a good way to help support your gut.†
What is the difference between probiotics and prebiotics?
Will this prebiotic fiber supplement cause gas or bloating?
Can I give this prebiotic fiber powder drink mix to my child?
When does this product expire?
Prebiotic fiber feeds the good bacteria in your digestive system. A prebiotic fiber powder works as a dietary fiber supplement for your digestive health.†
If you’re looking for a way to support your digestive health, Nature Made® provides a prebiotic fiber supplement as a drink mix powder. Just mix one serving of our prebiotic fiber supplement powder into your morning beverage and you’ll give your gut some digestive support! Nature Made®’s daily fiber powder unflavored drink mix is taste free, so you can enjoy it in your favorite non-carbonated beverage without adding extra flavor.†
1. U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025. 9th Edition. December 2020. Available at DietaryGuidelines.gov.