- One 100 count bottle of assorted fruit-flavored Benefiber Chewable Prebiotic Fiber Supplement Tablets for Digestive Health, Chewable Fiber Tablets
- Plant based fiber supplements packed into great-tasting chewable tablets to promote good digestive health (1)
- Prebiotic supplements that help nourish the growth of good bacteria that exist naturally in your gut (1)
- Benefiber fiber supplement chewable tablets require no water for on the go convenience
- Gluten free and sugar free fiber tablets made with wheat dextrin (2)
- Available in delicious orange, lemon, and wildberry flavors
- Chew three prebiotic supplement tablets up to 3 times daily, for ages 12 and above
From the manufacturer
What is Prebiotic Fiber?
Not only does prebiotic fiber nourish the good bacteria in your gut, it helps suppress the bad bacteria by promoting a favorable environment for good digestive health. Adding a natural prebiotic fiber ingredient like the one found in Benefiber Chewables to your diet can help support this process and maintain balance in your digestive system.*
Benefits of Benefiber Chewables
All the goodness of Benefiber in a great-tasting, easy-to-use chewable tablet.
Benefiber Chewables contain a natural fiber ingredient that is an easy addition to your healthy lifestyle. Plus, it’s gluten-free and sugar-free!
Comes in a convenient, on-the-go chewable tablet that you can just pop in your mouth.
|Benefiber Chewables||Benefiber Healthy Balance||Benefiber Original||Benefiber Healthy Shape|
|Helps promote digestive health*||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Natural prebiotic fiber||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Grit-free and dissolves completely in most of your favorite foods and non-carbonated liquids||✓||✓||✓|
|Grams of fiber per serving||3 g||4 g||3 g||5 g|
Q: What is wheat dextrin and where does it come from (Benefiber Chewables)? A: Wheat dextrin is a natural soluble fiber derived from partially hydrolyzed wheat starches (glucose polymers) that have been a part of the general food supply since the early 20th century.
Q: How much soluble fiber from wheat dextrin is in a single serving of Benefiber Chewables? A: A single serving of Benefiber Chewables provides 3 grams of soluble fiber, which is about 12% of the daily value of fiber.
Q: How much fiber should a person consume per day (Benefiber Chewables)? A: According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) dietary guidelines published in 2005, the daily AI (adequate intake) value for fiber is 14 g per 1000 kcal consumed or 25 g/day for adult women and 38 g/day for adult men (ages 19-50). This adequate intake (AI) is based on the totality of the evidence for fiber decreasing the risk of chronic disease and other health-related conditions. Moreover, the American Dietetic Association recommends a healthy diet to include 20 to 35 grams of fiber a day, while the average American consumes only 12 to 15 grams a day.
Q: Do Benefiber Chewables have the same prebiotic benefits as other Benefiber products? A: Yes, Benefiber Chewables provide all the same great benefits of a prebiotic fiber in a great-tasting, easy-to-take chewable tablet without requiring beverages or soft foods.
Q: Does Benefiber Chewables contain other ingredients in addition to wheat dextrin? A: Each Benefiber Chewables tablet does contain additional inactive ingredients, such as sorbitol, corn starch, microcrystalline, cellulose and dextrates. For a full list of ingredients refer to the product label.
Q: Does Benefiber Chewables contain sugar and how many calories does that account for? A: Benefiber Chewables has 30 calories per serving. The chewable tablets contain zero grams of sugar and are considered sugar free. Artificial sweeteners, such as acesulfame potassium, sucralose and aspartame, are used to sweeten the product.
Q: Can Benefiber Chewables be used by children? A: Benefiber Chewables can be used by children ages 6 to 12 years. It is advised to ask your doctor before use by children younger than 6 years of age.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.