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Fibre is a key part of our dietary intake it ensures we maintain a healthy bowel. Not eating enough fibre can lead to digestive problems such as constipation along with other chronic digestive disorders.
Lepicol is a multi-fibre source product containing gentle psyllium husk known to maintain normal bowel transit, along with inulin which is a prebiotic fibre source. Together, these two ingredients go a long way to help provide your recommended daily intake of fibre - something that many of us lack with the modern diet. The third key ingredient of Lepicol are 5 probiotic strains. These beneficial bacteria help to balance the microflora in your digestive tract, whish aids in supporting the health of your bowel.
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For best results, take Lepicol 30 minutes before a meal.
Adults: Take 1-2 (5 -10g) heaped teaspoons mixed with a glass of water or juice once or twice daily and consume immediately. This should then be followed by a further glass of water.
Children: 0.5-1 (2.5-5g) heaped teaspoon mixed with a glass of water or juice once or twice daily and consume immediately. Parents should seek the guidance of a medical practitioner before giving Lepicol to children under 11 years.
After two weeks, for some people, the amount of Lepicol taken daily can be reduced.
Please note: Taking Lepicol without water can cause choking. Always aim to consume 200-250ml of liquid with every 5g (heaped teaspoon).
Please consult your doctor before taking Lepicol if you have recently had intestinal surgery or you have an intestinal obstruction. If at any time you experience discomfort after taking Lepicol, stop taking and seek medical advice.
Psyllium husks (Plantago ovata forsk), Inulin, Probiotics.
Probiotic strength: Minimum of 120 million CFU/g (1.2 x 108 CFU/g), equivalent to 600 million CFU/5g dose (6.0 x 108 CFU/5g).
Allergen advice: Store out of the reach of young children. Lepicol contains traces of soya and traces of milk at a level which would not affect lactose intolerant sufferers.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.