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    Benefibre?????

    As anyone tried this ,,,, bought some today, in hope that it will solve any loo situations , don't like taking laxatives, so i am guessing its pretty much the same as the cambridge fibre, was 5 for a big jar in tesco , just added it to water ,,, does anyone else use it , or the fibre and does it help????? Many thanks for any repliesxxx


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    Not tried Benefibre myself but I've just started using Psyllium Husks from Holland and Barrett. They are fab! Bit annoying taking six pills a day but they are definitely working! Back to being regular everyday a and my stomach feels less bloated and full of liquid! Xx

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    I'm on the psyllium husks too and feel much better for them!

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    Thanks guys i might give them ago after the benefibre is used , at 5 don't want to waste it , but if the physllium husk is better will try next time x


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    Can't say it's better but it does work and is Cambridge friendly!

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    Psyllium husks are more expensive at 12 for a pot of 200. Need to take 2 before each 'meal'. Holland and Barrett were doing a buy one get one half price promotion last week. Xx





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