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With inulin derived from organic Jerusalem Artichoke and resistant starch derived from organic Green Banana as natural sources of prebiotic fibre.
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A consciously created plant-active fibre blend with organic Jerusalem Artichoke and organic Green Banana as natural sources of prebiotic fibre.
Prebiotic: Organic Jerusalem Artichoke as a natural source of inulin and organic Green Banana as a natural source of resistant starch.
Bowel regularity: Additional wholefood powders provide a natural source of fibre to help keep your gut happy by maintaining bowel regularity.
Mix 4 g (1 ½ teaspoons) of powder into water, juice, milk of choice, your favourite smoothie or breakfast bowl.
Inulin derived from Jerusalem Artichoke* (37.5%), Green Banana
Resistant Starch*(21.5%), Boabab Powder*, Pear Powder, Chia Seed Powder*, Green Kiwi Fruit Powder, Australian Desert Lime Powder.
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy or egg. Nothing artificial. Vegan friendly.
Desert Lime powder and Pear powder sourced from Australia.
Organic Green Banana resistant starch powder and organic Chia seed powder sourced from Peru.
Organic Baobab sourced from South Africa.
Organic Jerusalem Artichoke inulin powder sourced from China.
Native to central North America, Jerusalem Artichoke is now grown throughout the world in cold-tolerant temperatures. Also referred to as Sunroot, Sunchoke or Earth Apple, this perennial plant is recognised for its small yellow flowers, hairy oval shaped leaves and an underground rhizome system which bears small tubers.
Interestingly, the name “Jerusalem artichoke” is misleading as it is a type of sunflower in the same genus as the garden sunflower; however, it has no relation to Jerusalem, neither is it a type of artichoke.
The plant is a natural source of inulin used for its prebiotic fibre to help keep the gut happy by maintaining bowel regularity.
Jerusalem artichoke tubers have a long history of human consumption, and the plant’s green matter has a long history as animal food.
One of the most cultivated fruit in the world, the banana belongs to the Musaceae family of flowering tropical plants and is distinctively recognised by the banana fruit clustered at the top of the plant.
Not really a tree by true definition, the banana plant is a giant clumping tropical herb. Even more confusing, bananas are botanically a berry, making them a fruit and a herb.
The plant is a natural source of resistant starch used for its prebiotic fibre to help keep the gut happy by maintaining bowel regularity.
Buddha named the banana to be the symbol of the futility of earthly possessions.
No Added Dairy
No Added Gluten
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