Psyllium Whole Husks

$14.99
Psyllium Whole Husks
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Quantity - 12 oz whole husks

What are Psyllium Husks?
Psyllium is a member of the plant family Plantaginaceae.  It is not related to wheat and does not contain gluten.  Psyllium husks are from the outer coating of the psyllium seed, like the bran layer of grains.  There are several species of psyllium, but the seed husks from Plantago ovata, also known as blonde psyllium, are the best quality and have the highest fiber content.  This is the only kind that Yerba Prima uses.

How Much Fiber Do They Have?
As a concentrated source of dietary fiber, the husks have only very small amounts of other nutrients such as carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals.  Protein, carbohydrates and fat contents are all less than 1 gram per serving. 
 
Calorie content is only 8-15 calories per serving. 
Their nutritional value lies in the numerous benefits of dietary fiber. 
 
The dietary fiber content of quality psyllium husks products is as follows:
 4-4.5 grams of fiber per 5 gram serving (1  tablespoon).
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