Allergy Research Cellulose is an excellent source of insoluble fibre. Unlike soluble fibre, insoluble fibre does not feed undesirable bacteria well and is not readily fermented into short chain fatty acids. It has no effect on cholesterol levels and has shown it may inactivate many intestinal toxins. High intake of insoluble fibre is associated with a decreased risk of unfavourable conditions of the colon, potentially supporting balanced intestinal microbiology.
As a dietary supplement, 1 teaspoon mixed with water, taken two to three times daily before meals, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.
Sensitive individuals may want to start with less.
Serving Size; 1 teaspoon (2 g)
Servings per container; 125
Amount per serving:
Total Carbohydrates - 2 g
Dietary Fibre - 2 g
Cellulose - 2 g
This nutrient is of the highest quality and purity obtainable, free of all common allergens (antigens), and does not contain preservatives, diluents, or artificial additives.