Naturlax Butter Pecan Psyllium Fiber
Nothing’s better than butter pecan ice cream on a hot summer day. So creamy, so delicious, and everything you’re looking for to cool down when the weather is hot. Naturlax® took the taste of this classic flavor and incorporated it with beneficial, heart healthy fiber. With Butter Pecan Flavored Naturlax®, you won’t have to wait until the dog days of summer to enjoy this sweet treat.
Known to lower blood pressure and reduce cholesterol, psyllium fiber is a great supplement to help increase your fiber intake. Naturlax is proud to state we don’t use harmful ingredients like Yellow 6 or aspartame in any of our products like the leading brand. Why use something that can be so damaging to health when it can easily be replaced with natural, more healthy ingredients?
Try Naturlax® today and do something truly great for your body. With over 80 flavors, we know that you’ll find it hard to pick your favorite. Stir Naturlax® into a cold glass of water or almond milk for an easy dose of fiber. Or blend Naturlax® with fruit and ice for a cool and refreshing beverage. But, no matter how you prepare Naturlax®, you’ll know that you’re doing something great for your body. Some of our favorite flavors that are a must-try? We like Brown Sugar Flavored Naturlax®, Amaretto Hazelnut Flavored Naturlax®, and Chocolate Flavored Naturlax®, too.
Adults 12 years & older: Put one rounded tablespoon into an empty glass. Mix this product with at least 8 ounces of liquid. Taking Naturlax® Fiber without enough liquid may cause choking. See choking warning. Stir quickly and drink promptly. If mixture gets too thick add more liquid and stir briskly. Fiber can be taken two to three times daily. Children 6 years to under 12 years: ½ adult dose in 8 ounces of liquid. Children under 6 years: Consult a doctor before using.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including Lead which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food