The Key to Healthy Trouble-Free Digestion
Low-carb diets exclude fibre-rich food like grains and fruit, due to their high carb content.
Lack of fibre causes constipation – a common low-carb diet problem. Over the long term, this can contribute to other digestive health problems.
Avoid this issue by taking a fibre supplement whenever required.
Nutri-Align Psyllium Husk is an all-natural, pure fibre supplement, made from the seed husks of Plantago ovata plant.
Unlike most other fibre supplements, psyllium husk will not cause bloating, or any other embarrassing side effects.
Dr Atkins recommended psyllium husk as the preferred fibre supplement for Atkins Diet.
Pure and Natural Source of Fibre
Two capsules provide 1g (1000mg) of pure fibre.
The recommended daily intake of fibre is 18g a day. Most of it will come from food.
If your food doesn’t include enough fibre, you can safely supplement it with Nutri-Align Psyllium Husk capsules.
We recommend tracking your food. All tracker apps and diaries calculate your nutritional profile including fibre, so you can decide how much you need based on real data.
* Sample fibre intake on ketogenic diets with 20g net carbs a day or under. Your fibre intake can be significantly lower, or slightly higher, depending on the types of vegetables included in the diet.
Psyllium Husks on a Low-Carb Diet
Latest research shows that psyllium husks promote healthy glycemic balance and blood sugar levels. Blood sugar fluctuations cause sugar cravings, making it harder to stick to your diet.
Psyllium Husk on Atkins Diet
Dr Atkins recommended psyllium husks as the preferred fibre supplement for Atkins Diet. Read more about Dr Atkins recommendations in his original book.
Made in the UK to the highest quality standards
Nutri-Align supplements are manufactured and packaged in the UK.
Manufacturing facilities comply with the strictest possible quality standards:
- GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) – internationally recognised guidelines of quality assurance for manufacturing food, medicines and pharmaceutical products
- Informed Sports certification – a certification programme for sports supplements, ingredients and manufacturing facilities, to ensure that products have been manufactured to high quality standards.
- ISO 9001 certification – international standard for quality management for companies
All supplements pots are double-sealed for your protection.
How to take Nutri-Align Psyllium Husk
The dosages listed below are guidelines only.
Ideally, you should consult your GP or a registered dietitian to get advice on optimum supplementation for your lifestyle.
The average recommended dosage is 2 capsules three times a day (6 capsules total, providing 3g of fibre).
Start with this amount and note its effect on your digestion. Adjust up or down if necessary.
Nutri-Align Psyllium Husk – Ingredients
|Gelatin (colourant Titanium Dioxide E171)|
Not suitable for vegetarians.
Money back guarantee
We are confident that our supplements will make your low-carb diet easier.
We offer a full money-back guarantee for 30 days from purchase – no questions asked.
We recommend that you take the supplement as directed for at least 7 days, in order to feel the benefits.
But if you feel that the product is not working for you, or are unhappy for any other reason, please return it to us for a full refund – whether opened or unopened.
We will take your word for it and will issue a refund immediately on first request.
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