Fybogel Sachets Natural Fibre Drink - 30

Fybogel Sachets Natural Fibre Drink – 30

£4.59

Fybogel Orange high fibre drink is an easy and convenient way to increase the fibre in your diet helping your digestive system work more efficiently and gently relieving constipation the natural way.. Fybogel Orange works naturally with your body to treat constipation without undue straining, discomfort or unnatural urgency, so helping to restore and maintain regularity. A lack of fibre in the diet is one of the main causes of bowel irregularity. Fybogel Orange is high in natural fibre which will help you to restore and maintain your body’s regularity. Fybogel Orange is also recommended wherever increased fibre is needed in your diet to help relieve constipation – this includes constipation during pregnancy. It is also recommended to help maintain a normal bowel function among patients suffering from any of the following conditions: ? irritable bowel syndrome ? colostomy or ileostomy ? haemorrhoids (piles) ? anal fissure ? persistent diarrhoea associated with diverticular disease ? ulcerative colitis.

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Fybogel Orange high fibre drink is an easy and convenient way to increase the fibre in your diet helping your digestive system work more efficiently and gently relieving constipation the natural way.. Fybogel Orange works naturally with your body to treat constipation without undue straining, discomfort or unnatural urgency, so helping to restore and maintain regularity. A lack of fibre in the diet is one of the main causes of bowel irregularity. Fybogel Orange is high in natural fibre which will help you to restore and maintain your body's regularity. Fybogel Orange is also recommended wherever increased fibre is needed in your diet to help relieve constipation - this includes constipation during pregnancy. It is also recommended to help maintain a normal bowel function among patients suffering from any of the following conditions: ? irritable bowel syndrome ? colostomy or ileostomy ? haemorrhoids (piles) ? anal fissure ? persistent diarrhoea associated with diverticular disease ? ulcerative colitis.