NOW Supplements, Organic Fiber-3, 16-Ounce

NOW Supplements, Organic Fiber-3, 16-Ounce

Product Description
Natural Omega-3 Dietary Fiber is known for its ability to support healthy intestinal regularity. Many Americans get considerably less than the optimal recommended amount of fiber from their diets. NOW Fiber-3 is a combination of fibers from certified organic Golden Flax Seed Meal, Acacia, and Inulin that can help you increase your fiber intake. This product is sold by weight not volume. Natural color variation may occur in this product.

Price: $10.74

  • Organic Golden Flax Meal, Organic Acacia & Organic
  • Inulin (FOS)
  • Psyllium Free
  • GMP Quality Assured: NPA A-rated GMP certification means that every aspect of the NOW manufacturing process has been examined, including our laboratory/testing methods (for stability, potency, and product formulation).
  • Packaged in the USA by a family owned and operated company since 1968

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3 Comments
  1. 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love it, November 20, 2016

    By mj

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    This review is from: NOW Supplements, Organic Fiber-3, 16-Ounce (Health and Beauty)

    I love this stuff. Everyone is complaining about the flavor or texture. Yes, it’s grainy and tastes like you’re eating raw oats. It’s fibrous. I’m on the keto diet and this stuff is a miracle. I just pour it in a big cup of water and chug it down. Doesn’t bother me at all.

  2. 53 of 53 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Life Changing Product, December 28, 2015

    By Pat

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    This review is from: NOW Supplements, Organic Fiber-3, 16-Ounce (Health and Beauty)

    I suffered from terrible adult acne for two years. I bought every acne treatment available on earth. But seriously nothing helped. No one ever told me that acne is related to your gut and intestinal health, and that it’s all about what you eat and not what you put on your face. Anyway, after reading an article on acne.org about this product, I bought it (along with Gr8 dofillus) and my acne improved within days! I am not lying and I also bought this with my own money.
    My acne almost disappeared after a month of constant use of this amazing product. It has changed my life. Frankly, I can’t thank it enough.
    It’s been around two months now that I take it every morning. My acne is almost gone – just a little bit left on my forehead. This has done more for me than any facial treatment, serum,etc has ever done. I’ve stopped using anything on my face except a face wash, and frankly don’t need them.
    Maybe not everyone knows the relation between gut health and acne, but trust me, this works. As a 25 year old woman, acne was ruining my life. This product changed it.
    *I bought it with my own money. Received nothing from the company in exchange*

  3. 13 of 13 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    it tastes like oatmeal a little, April 17, 2018

    By Amazon Customer

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    This review is from: NOW Supplements, Organic Fiber-3, 16-Ounce (Health and Beauty)

    I really felt compelled to write this review. There are quite a few people talking about the taste and how well it dissolves. First, no it’s not Metamucil or Benefiber. It’s gluten free and contains omegas that those do not contain. It is a mix of soluble and insoluble fiber in the right combination which is much more productive in your system. I have mixed it in water or almond milk on its own. To me, it tastes like oatmeal a little. I just stir and drink, stir and drink until it’s gone. In a smoothie, it completely disappears. I use frozen fruit, almond millk, NOW Fiber-3, and a small packet of monk fruit sweetener. Taste is a very personal thing, so if you don’t like it, well, there isn’t much the product can do. Please don’t compare this product to a commercial fiber product though. This is natural and organic and simply doesn’t compare.

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