Healthology Daily Fibre Blend 240g

Sale price$22.97


DAILY FIBRE BLEND provides a healthy boost of fibre that can be easily added to meals and snacks.

Carbohydrates can be broken down into three categories: sugar, starch, and fibre. Of these, sugars are the easiest for the body to use for fuel, starch takes a little work but can also be broken down and used for fuel, but fibre is not broken down by the body or used as fuel. So why is it so important for our health?

Fibre is what keeps our digestion moving.

Regular bowel movements are essential for the elimination of toxins from the body. We should be having at least one fully evacuated, easy-to-pass bowel movement daily.

Insoluble fibre is also important for keeping us full after eating because it takes up space in the digestive system. It curbs cravings and promotes feelings of satiety to help us maintain a healthy weight1.

Part of the problem is a misconception of which foods contain the most fibre. The biggest misconceptions are with veggies and fruits: they are part of a healthy diet, but they don’t have as much fibre as we think they do! For example, one cup of spinach has 0.7g of fibre, and one apple has 3g of fibre. There is much more fibre found in seeds and skins of foods, for example 1 Tbsp of chia seeds has a whopping 5.5g of fibre.

Fibre is an integral part of a healthy diet, but it can be challenging to get enough from the diet alone.

How It Works: 

Organic Flax Seed Powder – defatted (Linum usitatissimum)

  • Source of antioxidants that protect cells from damage caused by toxins, illness, and other irritants3.
  • Source of fibre, helping to prevent constipation3, promote satiety4, and lower cholesterol4.

Organic Chia Seed Powder – defatted (Slavia hispanica)

  • Source of antioxidants that protect cells from damage caused by toxins, illness, and other irritants5.
  • Source of fibre, helping to prevent constipation, promote satiety and manage appetite6.

Organic Quinoa Seed Powder (Chenopodium quinoa)

  • Superfood that provides minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants to prevent and heal damage to the body caused by toxins, illness and other irritants7.
  • Source of fibre to promote bowel regularity and maintain a healthy colon7,8.


Each Serving (8g Scoop) Contains

Organic Flax Seed Powder – defatted (Linum usitatissimum)4.75g

Organic Chia Seed Powder – defatted (Slavia hispanica)2g

Organic Quinoa Seed Powder (Chenopodium quinoa)1.25g

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: None

Healthology does not use genetically modified ingredients. All ingredients are NON-GMO / GMO FREE.


  1. Anderson JW, Baird P, Davis RH Jr, et al. Health benefits of dietary fiber. Nutr Rev. 2009;67(4):188–205. 
  2. Belsey J, Greenfield S, Candy D, Geraint M. Systematic review: impact of constipation on quality of life in adults and children. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2010;31(9):938–949.
  3. Kasote DM, Hegde MV, Deshmukh KK. Antioxidant activity of phenolic components from n- butanol fraction (PC-BF) of defatted flaxseed meal. Am J Food Technol. 2011;6:604–612.
  4. Prasad K. Hypocholesterolemic and antiatherosclerotic effect of flax lignan complex isolated from flaxseed. Atherosclerosis. 2005;179:269–275.
  5. Vazquez-Ovando A, Rosado-Rubio G, Chel-Guerrero L, Betancur-Ancona D. Physicochemical properties of a fibrous fraction from chia (Salvia hispanica). LWT Food Science and Technology. 2009;42(1):168-173.
  6. Sayed-Ahmad B, Talou T, Straumite E, et al. Evaluation of Nutritional and Technological Attributes of Whole Wheat Based Bread Fortified with Chia Flour. Foods. 2018;7(9):135.
  7. Vega-Gálvez A, Miranda M, Vergara J, Uribe E, Puente L, Martínez EA. Nutrition facts and functional potential of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa willd.), an ancient Andean grain: a review. J Sci Food Agric. 2010;90(15):2541–2547.
  8. Abugoch James LE. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.): composition, chemistry, nutritional, and functional properties. Adv Food Nutr Res. 2009;58:1–31.

You may also like

Recently viewed