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gluten-free Fiber Supplement
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Needing some gluten free fiber stuff (like the powder you mix into water). I know benefiber is out(wheat starch)......so does anyone have any that are safe? :) Thanks for the help.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Well I guess I'll begin answering my own question :D

Here is some info from the metamucil website :

Question

Does Metamucil contain gluten?

Answer

You'll be happy to know Metamucil powder and capsules are gluten-free. Metamucil Wafers contain gluten because of the wheat flour in them.

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Citrucel is also gluten-free according to their website.

Does CITRUCEL
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This is what I use:

http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/store/en/brow....jsp?id=YP-1501

It doesn't taste good, you have to drink it fast, but I see now it doesn't contain gluten. The bottle lasts a long time too, maybe 2 to 3 months for me.

You make it sound so tasty!?! :P

Thanks for the info ;)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Oh it is very tasty! :lol:

I should clarify the reason you have to drink it fast is not because of the taste, but because it will start to gel up on you and make drinking it pretty much impossible. :blink:

It's a lot cheaper than the other stuff and it works for me! :rolleyes:

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You could try Prebiotin. It's gluten-free and doesn't gel/clump in water. I actually use the orange version in seltzer water, and it's like mild orange soda. Interesting website too: www.jacksongi.com

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Konsyl Fiber Laxative is gluten free. I'm thrilled about this because I have taken it for 24 years for IBS and took it while pregnant (says safe during pregnancy) and it has always worked great for me. So, needless to say I was thriled to see it is gluten-free!

Nicole

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