Naturlax Honeydew Melon Psyllium Fiber
Nothing screams summer more than a perfectly ripe honeydew melon. Containing a healthy dose of fiber, Honeydew Melon Flavored Naturlax® is like taking a big, juicy bite right from the rind. Naturlax® simply allows you to taste the flavors of summer any time of the year.
Speaking of summer, are you bathing suit ready? Naturlax® is great for weight loss because it helps you feel full throughout your day. Instead of reaching for a bag of chips or for a leftover piece of pizza in the refrigerator, stir together a serving of Honeydew Melon Flavored Naturlax®. Doing so helps you kick hunger to the curb. Psyllium swells as it mixes with moisture and in turn takes up more room in your stomach and makes you feel full.
Unlike some of our competitors, Naturlax® psyllium fiber uses plant-based ingredients for it’s delicious flavors and natural colors. Instead of using fake sweeteners like aspartame and harmful artificial colors like Yellow 6, Naturlax® features SweetenFX (our proprietary blend of erythritol and debittered stevia) to give the product its sweetness and real fruits and vegetables to give the product its color. And, if fruit flavors are your thing, make sure to try Watermelon Flavored Naturlax®, Yuzu Flavored Naturlax®, and Peach Flavored Naturlax®… you’ll be summer ready year round!
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