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Vital 4U® Fiber Drink - Soluble Prebiotic Fiber

It's Never Been Easier to Support Your Digestive Health

The days of mixing your fiber are over! Vital 4U® Fiber drink is the most convenient and delicious way to add fiber to your daily diet. Our premixed fiber is a blend of natural, prebiotic soluble fibers with a mildly sweet citrus berry flavor. You will be delighted with our convenient and modern way to get your daily fiber intake.


 

  • Vital 4U® Fiber At A Glance

    Vital 4U® Fiber Drink Supplement Facts

    What's in Vital 4U® Fiber Drink? 

    5 Grams Soluble Prebiotic Fiber
    Only 28 Calories
    Sweetened with only 4 Grams Pure Cane Sugar
    Natural Flavor and Color
    Gluten Free
    Prebiotics Versus Probiotics. What's The Difference?

    PREbiotics,   found in our Vital 4U® Fiber Drink are a specialized plant fiber that provides nourishment to the existing good bacteria living in your digestive tract. It’s like a superfood for the hard working bacteria in your gut! This takes away the guessing game of “will it work for me?” because you’re improving upon the probiotic bacteria that already exist in your system. Your body doesn’t digest these plant fibers, rather, it uses the prebiotic fibers as nourishment to promote the growth of these good digestive bacteria.

    PRObiotics are live bacteria that exist mostly in diary products such as Yogurt. There are hundreds of types of probiotics which work differently for each person so each time you take a probiotic you’re taking a guess at which type will work best for you. Because probiotics are living, they must be kept alive in order to be effective. Factors such as heat and even stomach acids can easily kill these beneficial bacteria.


    Directions for Use

    Suggested Use: Do not exceed three (3) servings in 24 hours.

    Tear off top of package and drink from pouch. Please recycle foil pouch after use. 

    No refrigeration required.

    KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

    Made in the USA from domestic and imported ingredients.

    Warning: Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medication or have any medical conditions.

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

  • What is dietary fiber?

    Dietary fiber can be defined as the edible parts of plants that are resistant to digestion and absorption in the digestive tract.

    What is a prebiotic?

    Prebiotics are a type of fiber. They act as food for probiotics (the live bacteria working hard in your digestive system). The probiotic bacteria in your digestive tract consume the prebiotics which beneficially nourish the live bacteria (probiotics) so they can do their job more effectively.

    What role does prebiotic dietary fiber play for me?

    Prebiotics stimulate the selective growth of certain beneficial digestive bacteria.

    How much prebiotic fiber is recommended daily?

    5 Grams is recommended daily. Vital 4U® Fiber Drink has 5 grams per serving.

    What are the health benefits of eating a diet high in prebiotics?

    Because prebiotics are a relatively new discovery, evidence supporting their health benefit is just beginning to come forth. Some health benefits attributed to prebiotic intake includes modulation of the gut microbiota, improved mineral absorption, possible protection against colon cancer, improved blood glucose and insulin profiles, protection against intestinal infections and alterations in the progress of some inflammatory conditions (IBD).*

    Which foods are naturally high in prebiotics?

    Vegetables: Jerusalem Artichokes, Chicory, Garlic, Onion, Leek, Shallots, Spring Onion, Asparagus and more.

    Fruit: Custard Apples, Nectarines, White Peaches, Persimmon, Tamarillo, Watermellon, Grapefruit and Pomegranate.

    Legumes: Chickpeas, Lentils, Red Kidney Beans, Baked Beans and Soybeans.

    Nuts and Seeds: Cashews, Pistachio Nuts.

    Other: Human breast milk.

    *Source: http://www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/gastro/prebiotic/faq/