May 25, 2017
If you read the blog regularly or you follow me on social media, you know that for the past year and a half, I’ve really cleaned up the way I eat! As I continued to uncover food intolerances that were making it impossible to function like a normal person, I started to take better inventory of everything I put on and in my body. From switching to natural deodorants and making my own body butters, to opting to homeopathic remedies to treat the occasional cough or cold. And while, there’s still other things that I haven’t quite tackled yet, I’m committed to reading labels and make sure that I’m making the best choices for my body and health from the inside out.
When I heard about Metamucil Free, I was excited to see more and more companies take steps to offer products and solutions for people like me….people who read the labels and who want products free of artificial ingredients or additives.
Metamucil Free is free of artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors or gluten. It works naturally with your body by forming a gel that bulks, retains water, and softens the stool, making your poop experience gentler and easier.*
Metamucil Free also helps curb your cravings between meals and promotes digestive health* (perfect for the times when it’s hard for me to “go”). Since it’s flavor free, it can be added into freshly pressed juices, smoothies or water. It’s also an easy way to get your daily fiber intake.
I can’t wait to share more “free” products with you as we all become a little more conscious about making good choices on the inside and out.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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