FiberCel is a superior source of fiber that has many health benefits:
- improves bowel regularity
- prevents constipation so you can eliminate bowel medications
- moderate blood glucose & insulin levels
- reduces triglyceride levels
FiberCel has one ingredient: soluble corn fiber. It contains no preservatives, bleaching agents, dyes, flavors, gluten, sugar or lactose. It contains no potassium or phosphorous, making it renal friendly!
Unlike other fiber supplements, FiberCel does not:
- Require you to drink extra fluids
- Cause bloating or cramping
- Interfere with absorption of medication
- Thicken over time
FiberCel is easy to take, inexpensive and effective!
Directions: Stir 1 scoop (5.6g) of FiberCel into at least 2 oz (60 ml) of your favorite food or drink, up to 3 times daily.
Click here for detailed instructions on Suggested Usage for Bowel Management
|Serving Size: 1 Scoop (5.6g)
Servings Per Container 60
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 9||Calories from Fat 0|
|% Daily Value *|
|Total Fat 0g||0%|
|Saturated Fat 0g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate 5g||2%|
|Dietary Fiber 5g||20%|
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
|Ingredients: Soluble corn fiber|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONSHow much fiber should I be consuming on a daily basis?
Health Canada recommends 25 grams of fiber per day for women, and 38 grams for men. Unfortunately, most Canadians are only getting about half that much. Adding FiberCel to your healthy diet will help ensure you are getting the fiber you need.
How many grams of fiber is in each serving of FiberCel?
Each serving (1 scoop = 4 level tsp) contains 5 grams of soluble fiber. Each can of FiberCel contains 60 x 5 g servings of fiber.
What is the ingredient in FiberCel?
The only ingredient in FiberCel is powdered corn fiber, a resistant maltodextrin, soluble dietary fiber, fully 90+% resistant to digestion by the human digestive system.
Does FiberCel cause bloating or cramping?
No. FiberCel increases beneficial bacteria and is gradually fermented, which causes less gas production in the intestines.
Does FiberCel contain gluten?
No. Although corn contains insoluble protein classified as "gluten" it does not contain the gliadin protein responsible for celiac spruce disease. FiberCel (resistant maltodextrin) is made from the wet milling of corn, and may be safely consumed by people with this condition.
Do I need to consume extra water when taking FiberCel?
No, although extra water is always beneficial for constipation.
How many calories does FiberCel provide?
Each 5g serving of fiber (1 scoop = 4 level tsp) contains 9 calories.
Does FiberCel interfere with my medications?
No. FiberCel can be taken with your medication.
Will FiberCel give me diarrhea?
FiberCel is well tolerated in the digestive system. A laxative effect may be experienced if consuming above 70 grams of FiberCel per day.
Is FiberCel renal friendly?
Yes, it contains no Potassium or Phosphorus, making it safe for people with kidney disease.
Can I cook with FiberCel?
Yes, FiberCel is a tasteless, non-thickening fiber making it virtually undetectable when cooking!
Is FiberCel flavored?
No. FiberCel is a taste-free powder that can be added to most food and drinks without altering the texture or taste.
Will FiberCel clump or gel up?
No. FiberCel was formulated to be incorporated into all types of beverages, processed foods, cultured dairy products, frozen dairy desserts, confections, dietary supplements and will not clump or gel up.
What is the shelf life of FiberCel?
FiberCel's shelf life is 18 months (opened and unopened).
Are there any limitations of FiberCel usage?
In general there are no limitations to use. FiberCel is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA as maltodextrin. In some applications (e.g., specific baked goods, processed meats) careful consideration(s) on how FiberCel is applied may be necessary. At no time does FiberCel interfere with the sensory properties of foods to which it is added.