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Why is Fibre Important?

Fibre is an important part of a balanced diet as it helps to keep your digestive system working as it should. It’s found in plant-based foods such as fruit, vegetables, whole grains and legumes.

There are two types of fibre — soluble and insoluble. Soluble fibre dissolves in water in your digestive system, whereas insoluble fibre passes through without being broken down, which in turn helps to move other foods through.


Foods Sources of Soluble Fibre:

• Oats

• Fruit

• Root vegetables

• Rye

• Linseeds


Foods Sources of Insoluble Fibre:

• Wholemeal bread

• Cereals and bran

• Nuts and seeds


Our Fibre Supplements

We offer a huge range of fibre supplements, including:

Inulin Powder — Inulin is a fibrous carbohydrate that’s classed as a starch, this convenient powder can be added to shakes, smoothies or baking to boost fibre content.


As well as these super-convenient powders, we also have a some foods which can help you to stay topped up on fibre:

Instant Oats — an unbeatable breakfast classic, these oats are milled into an ultra-fine powder, making them perfect for adding to shakes and smoothies.


Essential fats

Essential fats are a really important part of a balanced diet, as they can support the body in a variety of ways, including heart health.1

Omega-3 is an essential fatty acid which your body can’t make itself, which is why our omega supplements can be such a valuable addition to your diet. It’s naturally found in fish oil, making our tablets a much more convenient and cost-effective alternative.

We have some great omega supplements to choose from, including Essential Omega-3 Softgels.


1. EPA and DHA contribute to the normal function of the heart.