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Best fiber supplement?

amandaeveamandaeve Posts: 631Member Member Posts: 631Member Member
My friend prefers to supplement fiber rather than eat food with fiber. He asked me which brand was the best quality and value. Neither consumerlab or labdoor did any third-party testing on fiber as a supplement. Oddly enough, they did review fiber bars. I can't find any reviews online...can you help?


  • neugebauer52neugebauer52 Posts: 1,013Member Member Posts: 1,013Member Member
    I use a bit of wheat bran when cooking. No flavour I can detect - just eating fish cakes with some bran in it. Very versatile, very cheap - and part of a natural product.
  • watts6151watts6151 Posts: 495Member, Premium Member Posts: 495Member, Premium Member
    I use inulin twice a day in drinks to
    Boost my fibre intake, tasteless and dissolves well
  • sgt1372sgt1372 Posts: 3,287Member Member Posts: 3,287Member Member
    Yup, ground psyllium is the cheapest and most effective form of fiber supplement, which you can easily add to any drinks or food.
    edited October 11
  • amandaeveamandaeve Posts: 631Member Member Posts: 631Member Member
    Psyllium is what I'm looking for. Best brand? Does it matter?
  • Annie_01Annie_01 Posts: 3,115Member Member Posts: 3,115Member Member
    I get the pill form of psyllium from Costco. It is fairly inexpensive. I tried the powder form and just couldn't tolerate it. To me the powder form gets thick and has a gritty feel to it.
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