FiberWise Drink Orange Sugar-Free


More Fiber. More Benefits.

Helps promote total digestive health
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Promotes healthy weight loss
Helps lower cholesterol and support cardiovascular heart health

The full-bodyBenefits of Fiber

  • Multiple Fiber Sources
  • Psyllium
  • Soothing Herbs
  • Antioxidants
  • Stomach
    Promotes Digestive Health According to research, a high-fiber diet helps reduce the risk of many serious health concerns in the digestive tract.
  • Weight Scale
    Promotes Healthy Weight Loss Helps you feel fuller longer, reducing overeating, which in turn helps prevent weight gain and makes it easier to shed excess pounds.
  • Heart
    Promotes cardiovascular health Soluble fiber may help lower total blood cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, which may in turn help lower the risk of heart disease.
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    Sweeps Away Toxins and Waste Fiber helps keep toxins from recirculating in the bile and blood, and speeds the passage of waste from the body.
  • Shield with a plus
    Supports Immunity Provides food for the "friendly" bacteria in your large intestine that fight the growth of harmful bacteria and contribute to immune support throughout the body.
  • Digestive Tract
    Improves Regularity According to research, a high-fiber diet may help promote a healthy digestive tract.

What does fiber do for you?

Fiber is a component of plant foods that is never broken down and absorbed by the body—allowing it to perform important functions that no other food can. The two forms of fiber, soluble and insoluble, both play important roles in maintaining optimal health.

One of the most treasured forms of fiber is psyllium husk. A flowering annual shrub-like plant, psyllium is a rare, unique ingredient that delivers the perfect balance of soluble and insoluble fiber in small, almost tasteless doses.

Psyllium is 68% soluble fiber and 32% insoluble fiber. Just 7 grams of this precious fiber a day may reduce the risk of heart disease. Two servings of FiberWise drink a day will provide 7.0 - 8.0 grams!

A measuring spoon full of rice
  • Carrots, oats, almonds, and strawberries
    An intestine without soluble fiber and a lot of particles next to an intestine with soluble fiber collecting the smaller particles

    Soluble Fiber

    Soluble fiber dissolves in water and forms a gel-like substance during digestion. In this form, it traps excess sugars, fats, and cholesterol as it moves through the intestines, helping sweep them out of the body. It also plays an important role in lowering LDL blood cholesterol and reducing blood glucose levels after eating.

  • Grapes, broccoli, and green beans
    A cylinder filled with water next to a cylinder with insoluble fiber soaking up all of the water.

    Insoluble Fiber

    Insoluble fiber is never dissolved. Instead, it acts like a sponge, soaking up to 15 times its weight in water. Its primary benefit is to provide bulk, which can help promote feelings of fullness while also speeding up the movement of food through the digestive system, promoting regularity.

How fiber helps cleanse your body of toxins?

  1. The liver begins producing a substance necessary for digestion called bile. Bile is made of acids as well as cholesterol.
  2. Bile is stored and concentrated in the gallbladder until foods that contain fat are eaten.
  3. After eating, the bile is dumped into the small intestine, where it breaks up fat, grease, and food particles.
  4. At the lower end of the small intestine, the bile is broken down into its individual component parts—cholesterol, fat, toxins, and wastes.
  5. If there is an adequate amount of fiber in the intestines, the fiber binds up the cholesterol, fat, and toxins and sweeps them out of the body.
  6. If there isn’t enough fiber in the intestines, the toxins reenter the bloodstream and are recirculated throughout the body. These toxins will eventually reach the liver. This forces the liver to process them again and dump them into the intestines in the next batch of bile.


FiberWise Drinks are formulated with a unique, proprietary fiber blend of psyllium, oat, apple, rice bran, chicory root, maltodextrin fiber, and fructooligosaccharide (FOS). FiberWise Drinks also contain a proprietary blend of soothing herbs, antioxidants, and probiotics to make each one a truly one-of-a-kind health supplement.


    Smoothing herbs such as ginger help reduce occasional intestinal gas and bloating, while peppermint and licorice root help balance intestinal flora and soothe mild indigestion.


    Antioxidants such as vitamins A, C, and E help fight free radical damage during digestion and throughout the entire body.


    Probiotics such as Lactobacillus acidophilus are "friendly" bacteria that help break down food in the intestines as well as create an environment that keeps "bad" bacteria in check.

How much fiber do you need each day?

The recommended amount of fiber intake is 30 grams per day. A single glass of FiberWise provides 6 grams of healthy fiber to help you meet your optimal daily fiber.

Graph for the daily fiber for women
Graph for the daily fiber for men



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