Start with 1/2 level teaspoon, twice daily. Add to an empty cup, then stir with a fork as you gradually add room temperature liquid. Let rest for a minute, then stir again to completely dissolve.
Does not dissolve well in boiling hot or ice cold liquids, but once fiber is liquified you can boil or chill beverage. Or, stir into any moist food.
Gradually increase your dose. Add an extra 1/2 teaspoon every 3-5 days and keep increasing until symptoms stabilize.
Diarrhea can resolve fairly quickly as you gradually increase your dose. Constipation, if chronic and severe, may take several weeks and require a gradual increase to the higher dose range of 4-5 tablespoons per day.
Daily Dosages Adults 12 Years & Older:
On average, symptoms stabilize at a final dose range of 4 to 18 grams (2 teaspoons to 3 tablespoons) per day total, divided into two separate doses. You may need more or less. Max daily dose is 30 grams (5 tablespoons).
Cooking: Add 1 tbsp per cup of liquid, whisk.
Baking: Add 1 tbsp per cup of flour, whisk.
|Serving Size: 2.5 g (about one level teaspoon)|
|Servings Per Container: 180|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrates||2 g||1%|
|Dietary Fiber||2 g||9%|
|Soluble Fiber||2 g|
|Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium or iron.|
|* Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|
Cautions: For use under a physician's supervision. Keep out of the reach of children. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing. Under 12 years old consult your physician. Use within 12 months of opening. Store airtight in a cool, dry place. Organic product. Color variations are normal.
Take 1 capsule, one to three times daily
|Serving Size: 1 Softgel|
|Servings Per Container: 90|
|Amount Per Serving|
|Peppermint Oil (Mentha piperita)||0.2 mL/181.0 mg*|
|Fennel Oil (Foeniculum vulgare)||0.02 mL/19.3 mg*|
|Ginger Oil (Zingiber officinale)||0.02 mL/17.6 mg*|
|*Daily Value not established.|
Cautions: For use under a physician's supervision. Tell your doctor if you're pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
Kit includes a generous supply of Heather's Tummy Fiber and Heather's Tummy Tamers for the dietary management of IBS symptoms, particularly diarrhea, constipation, alternating bowel motility, and pain, plus the diet and cookbook Eating for IBS. The Tummy Fiber must be used twice daily, staring at a low dose and increasing gradually until bowel motility stabilizes, and then continued daily on that maintenance dose. The Tummy Tamers can be used just as needed and work best to head off problems when taken in advance of symptoms. For example, if mornings are a rough time, take a capsule last thing at night before bed. Eating for IBS has comprehensive dietary information and 175 delicious recipes, for addressing multiple IBS symptoms.
Heather's Tummy Fiber is a medical food for the dietary management of IBS symptoms. Acacia senegal is a natural (not synthetic) whole food soluble fiber with a clinically proven prebiotic effect. Studies have shown that soluble fiber, as part of the diet, helps regulate bowel motility (alleviating both diarrhea and constipation), and relieves abdominal pain from IBS.
Acacia senegal's prebiotic effect stimulates the growth of healthy gut flora for ideal bowel stability, which can reduce bloating, gas, and bowel irregularities from IBS.
Heather's Tummy Fiber is unique, because it has a good gastrointestinal tolerance and a proven significantly bifidogenic effect. Heather's Tummy Fiber is formulated specifically for the dietary management of IBS and improved bowel stability
Heather's Tummy Tamers Peppermint Oil Capsules are a medical food for the dietary management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. Clinical studies have shown that, as part of the diet: peppermint relieves abdominal pain, diarrhea, and urgency; fennel helps relax the gut and aids bloating; ginger contains powerful digestive enzymes and aids nausea. Enteric coated peppermint oil capsules have been clinically tested and shown to help the dietary management of IBS symptoms in both adults and children.
Heather's Tummy Tamers Peppermint Oil Capsules are unique because they are specially formulated for intense bowel soothing that addresses global IBS symptoms through the combined effects of peppermint, fennel, and ginger oils. They also have extra enteric coating to improve tolerance for those prone to heartburn or reflux.
Eating for IBS confirms what every IBS sufferer instinctively knows: that diet plays a direct role in gut function, and that the abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, and bloating from bowel disorders can be directly controlled through diet. This is true not just for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, but also for inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) such as Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis, plus diverticulosis and diverticulitis. The Eating for IBS diet can make the difference between living a normal, happy, outgoing life versus spending every day stuck in the bathroom enduring pain, bowel dysfunction, and misery.Contrary to what many believe, eating for IBS and IBD does not mean deprivation, never going to restaurants, boring food, or a limited and therefore unhealthy diet. It does mean learning to eat safely by realizing how different foods physically affect the GI tract, and how foods can help or hurt both diarrhea AND constipation, as well as abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and nausea. Foods can either prevent or trigger IBS or IBD symptoms.
* There are two kinds of fiber...one soothes the colon and regulates gut function but the other can cause severe attacks
* Dairy is a common trigger...even in people who are not lactose intolerant
* Peppermint, chamomile, and fennel can prevent pain, spasms, and bloating better than some drugs
* Bland foods are not automatically safe foods
In Eating for IBS, Heather Van Vorous, who has suffered from IBS since age 9 and gradually learned to control her symptoms through dietary modifications, offers sympathetic information tailored specifically to the needs of IBS and IBD sufferers. She provides a comprehensive overview of IBS, explicit eating and cooking strategies, travel and restaurant advice, daily menus, supermarket ideas, and 175 delicious recipes. How delicious? Eating for IBS was a finalist for the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) Health and Special Diet Award - also known as the "Julia Child" award.
IBS and IBD sufferers will be thrilled to discover that they can enjoy traditional homestyle cooking, ethnic foods, rich desserts, snacks, and party foods - and don't have to cook unusual or special meals for themselves while their families follow a "normal" diet. Eating for IBS will forever revolutionize the way people with bowel dysfunction eat - and live.
People with Irritable Bowel Syndrome desperately want to eat without fear. This groundbreaking book tells IBS sufferers exactly what they need to know to relieve diarrhea and/or constipation NOW, and how to maintain stability by preventing symptoms in the future. Eating for IBS is the first and only work written by an author with IBS, with the express goal of helping others who suffer from the same disorder.
It offers sympathetic suggestions based on first-hand experience as well as nutritional and medical research, comprehensive eating and cooking guidelines, travel and restaurant advice, supermarket ideas, and gourmet recipes - all tailored specifically to the needs of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
In addition, the IBS dietary guidelines can aid diarrhea, constipation, and abdominal pain from bowel dysfunction related to Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis (Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, or IBD), diverticulosis, diverticulitis, enteritis, and fibromyalgia.Chapters
|Product*||Don from Carrollton, TX
Purchased on 10/16/2020
Reviewed on 11/7/2020
|works well easy to swallow peppermint pills|
|peppermint & Fennel tea are very flavorful. I've yet to make any of the recipe's, and the info was very informative.|
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|Product*||Margaret from Banning, CA
Purchased on 7/2/2020
Reviewed on 7/24/2020
|Not sure yet about the Acacia powder, but loved the cook book and it's helpful ideas about healthy eating for IBS|
|Not sure yet if the Acacia powder is has effective as the Metamucil I use to take. I seem to have better control of bowel issues with the consistency of Metamucil? I appreciate Heather's comments about SIBO and I am looking into it, even the Dr after a year of testing is not sure what is causing my problems and adversely affecting my daily life. Thank you Heather for your quick response.|
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|Product*||Martha from Burlington, WI
Purchased on 6/6/2020
Reviewed on 6/27/2020
|Book is full of great information. I use both the peppermint capsules and acacia powder. Am increasing both slowly and am seeing a difference. Thank you for a natural way to treat this condition.|
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|Product*||Adam from Veneta, OR
Purchased on 5/19/2020
Reviewed on 6/9/2020
|Peppermint pills caused the worst case of heartburn|
|I tried the peppermint for a week and basically tortured myself with them. I followed instructions very carefully. Extreme Heartburn began within 15 minutes after taking them. I had to send them back.|
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|Product*||Sharon from Denver, NC
Purchased on 5/5/2020
Reviewed on 5/26/2020
|IBS Tummy Kit|
|Since I've been using the Tummy Fiber AÃ§aÃ I have been doing somewhat better. I know this is a slow process to get to the correct dosage for my IBS issues. I would recommend this for people with IBS. I also like getting the informative emails from Heather.|
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