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    Does anyone use the fibre???does it really help and how do you use it , daily????many thanksxx

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    I used to use psyllium husk in powder form. I used to mix it into my soup and it make it thicker without adding any taste.

    Just about to start again after 7 years and this time I have some capsules to take.

    They certainly helped me last time round.

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    I also mix psyllium husk into all my shakes, if I didn't Then I would pretty much stop going the toilet.

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    Ive never tried the fibre but ive heard magnesium salts can get things going if needed.

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    I use Psyllium Husk tablets (they do the same job), they are good if you are prone to constipation on the diet. They aren't a laxative they are a bulking agent. I would see how you do without fibre and if there is a problem at it to your diet.

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    Hey Chlo! How have you been doing?

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    It gives your turds some body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itbestuk View Post
    It gives your turds some body.
    LOL!!





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