Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes) ~ Heather's Tummy Care
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Tummy Fiber
Acacia Senegal
Travel Stick Packs
(2 boxes)
Diarrhea & Constipation
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Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes)


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Price: $21.94
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  • Relieves IBS constipation AND diarrhea
  • Size: 2 boxes, 25 sticks/box, 2.2 oz/box
  • Each stick = 1 tsp = 2 g soluble fiber
  • Ingredient: pure organic acacia powder
  • Slowly fermenting prebiotic effect
  • Increases good gut flora
  • 100% acacia senegal
  • Never low grade acacia seyal
  • USDA organic, CRC kosher
  • 100% soluble fiber, NO insoluble fiber
  • No gluten, FODMAPS, additives, fillers
  • No fructans, galactans, polyols, fructose, lactose
  • No FOS or inulin, nothing synthetic
  • No GMOs (genetically modified organisms)
  • No sugar, salt, artificial sweeteners, citric acid, oxalates, or yeast
  • Tasteless, non-thickening, grit-free
  • Add to cup, then add liquid
  • Or, add to moist foods
  • Start with a low dose
  • Increase gradually
  • Take twice daily
  • For Improved Bowel Stability

Heather's Tummy Fiber is the only soluble fiber supplement specifically formulated for people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It's a medical food for the dietary management of IBS symptoms. Acacia senegal is a natural (not synthetic) whole food 100% 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.

Heather's Tummy Fiber also:

* Increases good gut flora - it's a prebiotic, and significantly bifidogenic
* Has excellent gastrointestinal tolerance, will not cause bloating and gas
* Slows down colonic fermentation (actively decreasing gas and bloating)
* Is completely safe and healthy for daily, lifelong use
* Is safe for use in children

Soluble fiber is key to preventing the abdominal spasms and bowel dysfunction of IBS. Soluble fiber works by regulating bowel motility from either extreme, and modulating water content in the bowel to form a stabilizing gel that relieves cramping and prevents both IBS diarrhea and constipation.

Heather's Tummy Fiber is a slowly fermenting prebiotic soluble fiber that has no FODMAPS (poorly digested short chain carbohydrates). 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 is formulated specifically for the dietary management of IBS.



The true story behind Tummy Fiber for IBS - the start of Heather's Tummy Care!

“Did you coin that term?"

I looked at the doctor blankly, trying to understand exactly what he was asking me.

Me: "You mean soluble fiber?"

Doctor: "Yes."

Me: "Um...no..."

Doctor: "Ok, have a nice day."

What was I supposed to say? There are two types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Doesn’t everyone know this?

Well, actually, they don't. To be fair, the day I learned this was one of the biggest a-ha! Moments of my life. Suddenly so many things about eating for IBS made sense. But I was to find out that even people in the GI world had never heard of the difference either.

Anyway, back to this doctor.

As he walked away I was glad I had stayed quiet. Embarrassing him wouldn’t have been productive and would have only made an enemy during this trip.

What trip? This happened at the Digestive Disease Week conference my husband Will and I exhibited at in San Francisco in May 2002. This is the the largest international conference in the world for digestive disorders. This doctor was a gastroenterologist attending the conference.

I was there to exhibit the first editions of my bestselling books, Eating for IBS and First Year IBS. Will and I had the wild idea to spend every dime we had to travel to and attend this show to promote the books to GI doctors.

Day One

Will and I rented the smallest possible table at the conference, laid out my two books in our empty booth, and sat back to see what would happen.

We were swarmed by doctors looking for help for their IBS patients!

My goodness, I never had to answer so many questions in my entire life.  They were all genuinely interested in what I had to say. I kept hearing the same things over and over:

"I'm so glad I finally have somewhere to send my patients."

"I'm constantly heartbroken as I really don't know what to tell them."

"Nothing my patients try seems to work. In fact they seem to be getting worse."

Will asked one doctor, "What's your single biggest problem helping your IBS patients?"

This doctor, who actually seemed to be a very nice person, looked to her left and then to her right to make sure no one could hear her, and then said:

"Getting rid of them."

On the whole the doctors were wonderful. They really wanted a way to help their patients.

And then up walks...

The Purple Pill Lady

A woman dressed all in purple stepped up from the circle of doctors around our table. She had been standing there for quite a while. When the crowd thinned she leaned forward and asked:

“Who are you?”

By this point Will and I were getting a lot of odd looks and questions. Will answers her, "Hi, I’m Will and this is my lovely wife Heather."

The woman, a little impatiently asks again:

"No, really, who are you?"

Will elaborates a little and says our names again and explains that I wrote these books on IBS.

We could see this woman trying to size us up. She finally says, "Well, nice to meet you, I’m so and so. Do you see that booth across the aisle?"

We both looked at the Nexium booth. You know, "the purple pill." Their booth was gigantic. Now I knew why she was dressed in purple.

The woman continued.

“Do you know how much our display cost?”

Neither of us could even venture a guess. She goes on:

“Almost $250,000!”

Will and I gasped. She said:

“That's just the booth. That's not the cost of renting the floor space, shipping, setup, and flying out all our staff.”

"I’ve been watching you” she says, "you must have had 20 doctors around your little table all day long. We’ve had a fraction of the visitors you've had. Just look," she says, pointing at her purple booth.

We look over and see 3 or 4 doctors milling around their enormous display. Huh.

We chatted with her for a little bit and then another swarm of doctors surrounded us. She says, “Well, have a good show,” then wished us luck as she walked back to her booth.

That was the first day.

Day Two

Will and I see that Metamucil and Citrucel are exhibiting at the show as well. We decide to talk to them.

I’ve been telling thousands of IBS folks to avoid the garbage ingredients and IBS triggers these fiber companies are adding.

I say to Will, "All they have to do is take out all the junk they're putting in, and make something simple I can recommend for IBS."

(In hindsight I'm laughing at how naive I was.)

We spent considerable time talking to both two companies. They followed up with emails and phone calls and picked my brain over the next year or so. I gave them my wish list for a fiber, hoping they might listen to me.

(I wasn’t looking to get paid. I just wanted them to make a better product, one that worked for IBS. And it would have been nice to have a little credit from them, perhaps a thank you for my help. At the very least I was waiting to hear from them when their new product launched, so I could let folks know about it.)

I had asked them for something that was pure soluble fiber, no psyllium or insoluble fiber.

I wanted something odorless, tasteless, that didn’t thicken in water, that wasn’t gloppy or gloopy or dyed bright orange.

I didn’t want artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, citric acid, or anything else in there at all.

And I wanted to be able to add it to anything I was already eating or drinking. I wanted to put it right into foods I was cooking.

I had a dream...

Then they ghosted us and we never heard from them again.

Fast forward another year or so. An employee of ours comes running up to me and says, “Look at this!”

She's holding a magazine ad for a brand new product from one of those fiber companies.

Introducing Free and Clear Fiber!

Now, finally, a fiber that is free of all additives and just pure soluble fiber.

Huh?!

You can cook with it!

What?!?

I couldn’t believe it. They stole my ideas without even a thank you. Yep, they had listened all right. Made a pure soluble fiber, no other ingredients added, showed people you can add fiber right into meals, even cook with it...and then they used a manufacturing by-product that’s industrially extracted from chicory.

They used inulin.

What the hell?!?

Inulin.

A fiber that ferments so rapidly in the gut it can cause extreme bloating and gas and spasms, and even set off urgency and diarrhea. Just what we need, right?

The real blow was that I’d been playing around adding plain soluble fibers to my grandmother’s lemon meringue pie filling - with killer results. I’d told the fiber companies all about this.  The picture they used for the Free and Clear ad? A slice of key lime pie. Ooofff.

I still can’t decide if they were sleazy or just stupid to take my ideas and run with them...straight into a wall.  Free and Clear disappeared off the market quietly and quickly.

I realized I was on my own if I wanted a fiber supplement that was a perfect fit for IBS.  And I admit, now I was getting angry.

I was right back in the same boat. First, I couldn’t find books that gave people with IBS the dietary information and lifestyle guides they needed. So I had to write my own.

Now, I couldn't even get fiber manufacturers to make a simple soluble fiber supplement that was a fit for touchy tummies. So I had to make my own.

If you want it done right, you gotta do it yourself. 

I was determined to find the most perfect fiber for IBS folks.

I spent months researching and tracking down suppliers of every type of soluble fiber powder I could get my hands on.

The kitchen was filled with different samples. I went into mad scientist mode and tested everything in water, foods, meals, that lemon meringue pie.  I was actually amazed at how few fibers passed muster.

I’d assumed that just plain soluble fiber powders could be used pretty interchangeably. Wow - was I wrong.

Most of them had such a high viscosity they thickened an entire bowl of water to gel. Others were chalky, gritty, or didn’t dissolve at room temperature.

One of them was brown and tasted like mud.  Another was white but smelled like fish.

A few of them were passable.

None of them were perfect.

Then I found the company that made Acacia Senegal. Their story was amazing.

I can't quite explain it, but I just knew I had found something special. I felt like I might have discovered the Da Vinci Code.

I was so excited. Their research was ground breaking. This seemed to be everything I'd been looking for.

I called them right away and ordered a sample. Then I waited.

About a week later the sample arrived. Remember, by now, I'd been trying all kinds of soluble fibers. All of them were failures.

If I wanted the Acacia Senegal to succeed...

I had to put it to the ultimate test...

The Sweet and Sour Shrimp Test


Do not do what I did. Seriously.

I’m only telling this story because it actually happened. I would not do this again. But I needed to know if my new Tummy Fiber would work under duress.

After establishing my regular twice daily dose, I put it to my ultimate test.

Chinese restaurant sweet and sour shrimp. Ooohhhh….

Deep fried.

High fat.

Insoluble fiber veggies and pineapple.

All huge IBS triggers.

But so delicious! So crispy, crunchy, tangy, bright pink-orange sauce and all.

This is my all time favorite Chinese restaurant dish. I’ve loved it since childhood. And it’s hated my guts just as long.

There is no faster way to cause the worst IBS attack of my life and end up in the ER.

I’ll let Will tell this part of the story:

Hi, I’m Will, Heather’s husband.

“Let’s go get sweet and sour shrimp.”

“Huh?” Not believing what I just heard.

“I have to test this fiber,” my wonderful but insane wife says to me.

“Honey, NO. Have you lost your mind?”

“Gotta do it,” she says.

I try to reason with her. “There must be something less extreme we can do to test this stuff?”

“Nope. If I can eat sweet and sour shrimp and not have an attack, we’ve got a winner.”

I had a flashback to the super hero movies I love. You know, where the hero tests the serum on himself and starts convulsing then morphs into this amazing super being. Only this wasn’t a he, it was a she, it was Heather, my amazing wife, a true super heroine.

Super Heather

Ok, I know I’m going to get into it with her and she won’t want me to embarrass her this way, but it’s true. And I love her.

Heather and I have been married quite a while now and have contingencies for when she has an IBS attack.

I start my mental checklist: “Which ER do I take her to, do I have a stash of loose peppermint tea to make a hot cup quickly, is there a box of Altoids in my back pack?”

But I know my wife and when she makes up her mind, that’s it.

Off we go to Shanghai Garden in Seattle’s Chinatown, one of our favorite places.

I wasn’t stressed. I was terrified. The worst thing in my life is to watch my Heather live through an IBS attack.

Shanghai Garden

We get to the restaurant and the waitress is happy to see us. We’ve been going there for a very long time and they know us well. In fact, it was the only thing giving me comfort, as I knew if we were in trouble, they would be kind to us and do everything they could to help.

The sweet and sour shrimp arrives. I don’t even remember what I ordered. I was too worried about Heather getting sick.

We start eating. I’m trying to play it cool. I know stress can cause bad attacks and if I’m having a fit it won’t do Heather any good.

Dinner carries on, and I see my wife having a great time. Little by little I start to relax. At the end of the dinner, I could see she was full and happy.

“How do you feel?” I whispered.

“Good,” she says. “My stomach feels like a heavy lump, but my IBS is fine. I feel good.”

She was good. She never got sick. I might have been more relieved than she was.

Thanks for letting me tell this story, now back to Heather.

Me again.

True story – I didn’t get sick at all. But again, please, don’t be me.

I’d already been living on soluble fiber foods and supplements for years, my gut was used to significant daily doses. Nowadays I live on Tummy Fiber, but it’s not bullet proof. I’m not either, so this isn’t a test I’d normally want my gut to take.

The Tummy Fiber passed the test, so now it was onward…

But let’s back up a little first...

After my frustrating initial round of testing soluble fiber powders, from brown and gritty to thick and fishy, I knew I had to keep looking for the right one. 

The magic words that finally led me there? Colloidal gums.

Have you ever heard that before? I sure hadn't. But in food manufacturing, it's an industry term that opens up the world of soluble fiber powders.

As it turns out, what I was actually looking for wasn’t just the ideal soluble fiber, but the best colloidal gum, for people with IBS. I found it almost by chance.

I had stumbled across a research paper outlining the different colloidal gums, their properties, and major suppliers.

The one that really intrigued me was Acacia Senegal.

I cold called a supplier and, not realizing it at the time, ended up talking to the head of North American sales at the oldest and largest Acacia grower and processor in the world. His name was Tom.

He clearly loved his job and company. And he just lit up when I told him I was interested in using the Acacia Senegal all by itself, as a soluble fiber supplement, specifically for people who needed digestive help.

It turned that no one had ever done that before. And for years, he’d been wondering why, because he thought that was a great idea.

He talked to me non stop for an hour about all the special features Acacia Senegal had, and it checked off my entire wish list:

100% soluble fiber

No insoluble fiber

Tasteless, odorless, colorless

Certified organic (Tummy Fiber became the very first organic fiber supplement!)

Zero viscosity - no choking risk, does not thicken

Gluten, allergen, FODMAP free

Prebiotic that increases good gut bacteria

Slows down colonic fermentation to actively decrease gas and bloating

Increases short chain fatty acids in the bowel for healthy flora

Good gastrointestinal tolerance

Add to anything with moisture in it – foods, drinks, in cooking or at the table

It’s inert and impervious to heat, cold, light, and oxygen

You can boil, bake, freeze, and blend it

Plus Tom had an entire Scientific File – which he sent me – that gathered the clinical research studies on Acacia Senegal and documented its features, actions, and benefits.

Honestly, I was so impressed by the facts I was a little worried this was too good to be true. What’s the catch?

There wasn’t one. Acacia Senegal was a genuinely fantastic pure soluble fiber - or, more precisely, colloidal gum. And it was perfect for IBS.

It was a whole food plant fiber that was minimally processed. It wasn’t hydrolyzed  or bleached. It wasn’t a manufacturing by-product. It wasn’t synthetic, it was completely natural.

It literally grew on trees – Acacia Senegal trees.

Tom’s family owned company had been growing the orchards in Africa, and processing the raw gum in France, for over a century.  

He finished telling me this amazing story and all I could say was, “I’m sold! What’s the smallest order I can place?”

He says, “We ship by the pallet or full container.”

I choked.

And then - to this day I don’t know why - he offered to ship me just two bags for a trial run. It was 100 lbs total, and he gave me net 30 terms so I had a month to pay.

I did quick math in my head and figured, “If I can sell 3 pounds a day that’ll be almost 100 pounds in a month, and I’ll have enough money to pay the bill on time.” I closed my eyes, leapt off a cliff, and placed the order.

It came in two fifty-pound boxes via UPS.

The boxes were dropped off smack in the middle of our residential street because there was no loading dock. There wasn't even a driveway.

Will and I lugged the boxes up three flights of stairs to our one bedroom apartment in the heart of Capitol Hill.

We sold through that first order immediately – in just a few days. Then we tried ordering five bags. Poof, that was gone as well.

So we scraped together every last nickel and dime and ordered our first full pallet - 2,200 lbs. (And I choked again.)

That was gone in a couple of weeks. Everyone was raving about our Tummy Fiber.

Remember, no one had ever heard of Acacia Senegal before, or even pure soluble fiber - because I was the first to bring this fiber to market.

And today?

We order Acacia Senegal by the full truck load. It comes in 1,100 lb super sacs. We normally receive 18 metric tons per shipment. When it arrives at the automated loading dock the 36 pallets are forklifted off into the warehouse of our manufacturing plant.

From one hundred pounds to eighteen metric tons. I still can’t believe it.

Even more incredible, I know there are some folks ordering today who originally tried Tummy Fiber from that very first order twenty years ago.  (Hello and thank you!)

This is just the story of how Will and I started Heather’s Tummy Fiber.

There is so much more to tell, including why...


It is better to look good than to feel good!


No? Well, of course not.

But sometimes looks really do matter. This was one of those times...

It had bothered me for years that all the products I used to use for my IBS had packaging that was so...what’s the right word...depressing? cold and clinical? fugly?

And sure, everyone knows it isn’t really better to look good than to feel good. It’s what’s inside that counts.

But when I created Tummy Fiber I cared almost as much about the outside of that package as the inside. And here’s why...

I wanted something so beautiful it would make me happy to see it left out on the counter. I wanted warm comforting colors and packaging that looked like it contained something natural, healthy, and pleasant to use.

I put my real story and real picture on that package so people wouldn’t feel all alone.

(A small digression here – about a year ago I got an email from a woman who told me that when she was first diagnosed and really struggling, “there were some nights when it was just me and your little picture on that can.”  I get a lot of wonderful emails but this one made me cry.)

So I created a mood board of how IBS makes us feel. Hopeless, scared, anxious,  alone. It was filled with dark, dreary, cold, clinical colors and images. It was ugly and depressing.

We designed the Tummy Fiber packaging to give the exact opposite feeling. That mood board was filled with colors that were warm and happy and natural. It had gold metallic sunbursts to catch the light, so people felt safe, comforted, hopeful, and encouraged.

It was crucial to me that Tummy Fiber made someone feel optimistic every time they reached for it.

And this wasn’t just about something pretty to look at. IBS is defined as a brain-gut disorder. Everyone with IBS has experienced that vicious connection.

If seeing my Tummy Fiber made me smile, calmed me down, gave me hope, that positive association would let my brain and gut know this was my safety net.

There would also be no reason to hide this package, and keep it stashed where no one could see it. If I have one mission in life it’s to insist there is no shame in having IBS, or embarrassment in treating it. I’ve fought those feelings for years.

I wanted folks to be comfortable leaving their Tummy Fiber out on the kitchen counter to remind them to cook with it. Or out on the bathroom counter where they’d remember to take it. (And this was also for practical purposes.  Tummy Fiber only works when it’s physically in your gut, so it needs to be there 24/7 for true bowel stability).

Then I needed a label that gave a wealth of detailed information, so people understood the directions for use and that this is a process.

There is a wide final dose range for different symptoms, but everyone needs to start at a low dose twice daily and gradually increase.  I tried to elegantly cram all of that (and more!) on the label so that people could use their Tummy Fiber properly and get the results they needed.

Finally, I wanted my Tummy Fiber to look like the luxury brand it is. (Or as Will likes to call it, the Cadillac of Fibers.)

Acacia Senegal is truly the highest grade fiber available. It’s a very costly raw material - typically 3-4 times more than any other soluble fibers I tested.

And it’s certified organic. Organic products are always higher quality and more difficult to produce, so they are always more expensive. Acacia Senegal is also inherently available in limited quantities, from just a handful of companies in the world that manage the African orchards. If there’s a bad crop year, they can’t just go into some lab and make more.

My packaging needed to be beautiful to reflect that value and all the happy hopeful qualities. That’s why we now have our gorgeous embossed tin cans. So what if those are usually reserved for fancy presents?

Tummy Fiber is a daily gift you give yourself, your body, your health, your life. It should look and feel like something special because it is.

And not to steal from L’Oreal, but you’re worth it.

XXOO
Heather

Directions
  • Start with a low dose twice daily
  • Increase gradually
  • Keep increasing until symptoms stabilize

Start with 1/2 packet, twice daily. Just stir into moist foods with breakfast and dinner. Or, 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 packet 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, or 15 packets).

Cooking: Add 1 tbsp per cup of liquid, whisk.

Baking: Add 1 tbsp per cup of flour, whisk.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 packet (2.5 grams)
Servings Per Container: 25
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value*
Calories 10
Total Fat 0 g 0%
Sodium 0 g 0%
Total Carbohydrates 2 g 1%
Dietary Fiber 2 g 9%
Soluble Fiber 2 g
Protein 0 g 0%
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.

Prebiotic, No FODMAPS, Gluten Free
Improves Bowel Stability

Heather's Tummy Fiber Organic Acacia senegal for IBS is a medical food for the dietary management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. It is 100% acacia senegal powder, the highest grade available, and a whole foods fiber.

Acacia senegal is a natural plant water-soluble fiber that has been harvested for millenia in Africa; its recorded dietary use dates back to the Egyptian pharaohs. It is a natural, pure, organic, 100% soluble dietary fiber powder produced from the gum of the acacia senegal tree. Clinical studies have shown that soluble fiber, as part of the diet: helps soothe and regulate bowel motility; relieves IBS abdominal pain and cramping by stabilizing intestinal contractions; alleviates both diarrhea and constipation.

Heather's Tummy Fiber also: is a prebiotic that increases good gut flora; has excellent gastrointestinal tolerance; and slows down colonic fermentation, which in turn decreases gas and bloating. Heather's Tummy Fiber is completely safe and healthy for daily, lifelong use, is safe for use in children, and has no GI irritants or stimulants.

Soluble fiber will not compromise normal bowel function at all once it gets your IBS symptoms under control - it will simply keep things in that normal state. A soluble fiber supplement is meant to keep your GI tract running smoothly, comfortably, and pain-free on a day-to-day basis, now and forever. Heather's Tummy Fiber is NOT a drug, it is NOT a laxative, it is NOT an anti-diarrheal medication. It is simply an organic, prebiotic soluble fiber supplement with absolutely nothing else added, and it normalizes bowel function naturally in the same manner as soluble fiber foods. It is considered a medical food for the dietary management of Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms.

Heather's Tummy Fiber Acacia Frequently Asked Questions

"How does Tummy Fiber work to prevent pain, constipation, AND diarrhea?"
The "soluble" in soluble fiber means that it dissolves in water (though it is not digested). This allows it to absorb excess liquid in the colon, preventing diarrhea by forming a thick gel and adding a great deal of bulk as it passes intact through the gut. This gel (as opposed to a watery liquid) also keeps the GI muscles stretched gently around a full colon, giving those muscles something to easily "grip" during peristaltic contractions, thus preventing the rapid transit time and explosive bowel movements of diarrhea as well.

By the same token, the full gel-filled colon (as opposed to a colon tightly clenched around dry, hard, impacted stools) provides the same "grip" during the muscle waves of constipation sufferers, allowing for an easier and faster transit time, and the passage of the thick wet gel also effectively relieves constipation by softening and pushing through impacted fecal matter. If you can mentally picture your colon as a tube that is squeezing through matter via regular waves of contractions, it's easy to see how a colon filled with soluble fiber gel is beneficial for both sides of the Irritable Bowel Syndrome coin.

As a glorious bonus, normalizing the contractions of the colon triggered by your gastrocolic reflex (from too fast or too slow speeds), prevents the violent and irregular spasms that result in the lower abdominal cramping pain that cripples so many Irritable Bowel Syndrome patients.

Best of all, Heather's Tummy Fiber Supplement can be taken daily forever with no harmful side effects or risk of addiction. In fact, soluble fiber has health benefits far beyond managing IBS, as it's been shown to lower LDL ("bad") blood cholesterol levels, reduce the risk of heart disease, and minimize colon cancer risks. Soluble fiber also slows the absorption of fats and carbohydrates into the bloodstream, which improves glycemic control and helps prevent the formation of free radicals. In addition, it is helpful for diabetics.

Clinical studies have also shown that Heather's Tummy Fiber Supplement has some special benefits, and advantages over other types of soluble fiber supplements. In the large intestine, Acacia senegal fiber stimulates the development of bifidobacteria and lactic acid bacteria, leading to the production of large amounts of short chain fatty acids which play numerous beneficial roles in the physiology of the human body. In addition, consumption of Acacia senegal fiber at dose levels lower than 15 grams/day caused none of the gastro-intestinal symptoms seen with other soluble fiber supplements (gas, bloating, cramps).

"How much should I take? How often? When?"
If you're not currently taking a soluble fiber supplement, begin with a low dose of Acacia (try 1/2 level teaspoon twice daily) and gradually increase. This means a level measuring/baking teaspoon - not a teaspoon that you'd use to stir a drink or eat soup. A utensil teaspoon is much larger than a measuring teaspoon. And a level teaspoon is about half of a fully rounded teaspoon. So you can inadvertently start at a much higher dose than intended if you're not using a level measuring teaspoon. As you gradually increase your dose, you can get to a maximum level of about five tablespoons a day total (divided doses are preferable). This means a measuring/baking tablespoon. You do not HAVE to get to the maximum dose, and if you stabilize at a lower dose please feel free to stay there. Take your time as you increase your dose - slow and steady is much, much better than racing to a higher dose before your gut is used to the increase in fiber.

Raise your Acacia fiber dosage level by 1/2 - 1 teaspoon at a time, every few days or every week, until your bowel function has stabilized. Diarrhea and spasms should resolve in just a few days, especially as you increase your fiber dose; constipation, particularly if it has been chronic and severe, may take several weeks. Try to gradually increase your Heather's Tummy Fiber until you're taking 15-25 grams daily (this is about 2-4 level tablespoons); if you stabilize at a lower dose, simply stay there. It's always best to divide your daily dosage of Acacia into two or three doses (or even four), as the whole point of taking a soluble fiber supplement is to keep your gut filled with soluble fiber at all times. This will help to prevent bowel dysfunction and abdominal pain in the first place, and with IBS it's always better to keep yourself stable and head off problems, instead of trying to resolve attacks once they've begun.

I find it most helpful to take Acacia on an empty stomach, first thing in the morning and again before meals. It provides a great soluble fiber supplement "buffer" for meals that follow, and it's a terrific way to get and keep myself stable as soon as I roll out of bed. It also gives a good safety margin when I've gone too long without eating, or when I know I'll be eating a meal that is too high in fat or insoluble fiber for digestive safety. This is most often a factor with restaurant meals, so I make a habit of taking Acacia right before I leave the house to go out to eat. If mornings are your worst time of day as they are mine, taking a fiber supplement dose just before you go to bed at night can help head off problems when you arise.

Though Heather's Tummy Fiber has the benefits of all soluble fiber supplements in terms of helping to normalize bowel function and motility, clinical studies have shown that it also increases good gut flora. This is why Acacia will actively help reduce bloating and gas, whereas other types of fiber supplements (particularly psyllium, inulin, and for some folks guar gum as well) can worsen these symptoms. The prebiotic effect of Acacia senegal (this simply means that it supports the growth of probiotics - beneficial bacteria - in your gut) can show very quickly or can take several weeks of daily use. In essence, the Acacia supplement is building up the beneficial flora in your GI tract to a healthy level, and how quickly you see results from this can depend on the state of your gut flora in the first place.

The active benefits from Heather's Tummy Fiber supplement in terms of a reduction in gas and bloating are separate from the fact that this fiber supplement is less likely to cause gas and bloating in the first place. This aspect of Acacia senegal is termed its "gastrointestinal tolerance" - Acacia fiber actually slows down colonic fermentation, which decreases gas and bloating. This means that on top of the fact that you should see a reduction in gas and bloating once the prebiotic effect is in full swing, you also should not see any increase in gas or bloating when you start the fiber supplement in the first place.

"Does Acacia senegal work as well for constipation as for diarrhea?"
Yes, it does - but Acacia is not a laxative or drug. Acacia can work wonders for constipation, but it not an overnight solution. It makes a great deal of difference how you take Acacia, and it's well worth the time and effort to do it right.

First of all, these are the best ways to NOT get the results you want:

* Try Acacia at a low dose for just a few days, then give up because there's no change.

* Go from zero to the maximum dose in one week flat, then give up because it's not working and now you're all bloated and gassy as well.

* Start taking Acacia at the same time you suddenly stop taking laxatives, enemas, or colon cleanses you've been using regularly, then give up because your constipation is suddenly worse, not better.

The cardinal rule with Acacia is to start at a low dose (for Acacia, just 1/2 a level measuring teaspoon, twice daily), and increase gradually. Constipation seems to require a much higher daily dose than diarrhea, and it can take several weeks, or even a few months, to slowly work your way up to the maximum daily dose. Acacia is not a laxative, and it will not give "overnight relief", so taking a low dose for a few days will not alleviate your symptoms. What it will do is begin to acclimate your gut to a higher daily dose of fiber, and this is the goal. Don't give up as soon as you start - just realize that using Acacia is a slow, steady process. You will see improvements along the way.

It's tempting to think that if you need to reach the maximum dose to see the best results, you can just force your body to adjust to a high dose as fast as possible. After all, if your constipation will resolve on an Acacia dose of, say, 25 grams a day, and it might typically take someone, say, 8 weeks to reach that dose, you'll be way ahead of the game if you race your way up to that dose in your very first week - right? Nope - wrong.

By definition, if you have IBS, you do not have a normally functioning gut. No matter how your IBS symptoms manifest (constipation or diarrhea, bloating or pain) your GI tract - and specifically, your gastrocolic reflex - is hyper-reactive to normal stimuli. Your goal should always be to keep your gastrocolic reflex stable so you can soothe and regulate your gut function.

Suddenly overloading your bowel with a fiber dose that is possibly ten times what you were taking before you started Acacia will do nothing but give you bloating and gas, as your GI tract struggles to deal with all of this unexpected fiber. Fiber is, after all, an undigestible carbohydrate, and your body needs to work to process it through your digestive tract.

Asking your gut to go from no soluble fiber supplement to a maximum daily dose too quickly is like trying to become a marathon runner by sprinting as hard and as fast as you can without rest. It won't work, you'll be frustrated, and you'll give up. Instead, go slowly, increase your dose gradually, and give your body the time and gentle approach it needs to adjust to the Acacia increase. You can't beat your colon into submission with IBS, you need to kindly, patiently, and consistently coax it into normal motility. Acacia can help do this for you if you give it a fair chance.

If you've been regularly using laxatives, or artificially increasing colon motility through other means (enemas, colon cleanses, harsh stimulant herbs such as senna, cascara, aloe) the odds are pretty good that your bowel is dependent on them. If you suddenly stop using them, bowel motility might shut down and your constipation will seriously worsen. This would be the case even if you didn't add Acacia at the same time.

It is definitely possible to transition from a laxative or other unnatural methods of alleviating constipation to Acacia. But, you can't simply switch from one to the other in a single day and expect equivalent results. What you can do is keep taking your usual dose of laxatives while you begin your Acacia and start to gradually increase your Acacia dose. When you've been able to reach a fairly high daily dose (say, 2-3 tablespoons) you can start to gradually decrease your laxative.

Keep increasing the Acacia and continue decreasing your laxative, taking each step slowly and carefully. This is not likely to be a fast process, but the slower and steadier you go the more likely it is to have a highly successful result. I've heard from numerous people who transitioned off of laxatives, senna, enemas, and even prescription constipation drugs and onto a soluble fiber supplement, with terrific results. But it took anywhere from one to six months, depending on how long their bowels had been dependent on the laxatives. Good things can be well worth the wait, and this is one of those situations where patience is truly a virtue. IBS is a lifelong problem for most people, so giving yourself a few months to make a tremendous improvement is not really taking too much time in the grand scheme of things.

"Is Acacia high carb? Will it make me gain weight? Can I take it if I'm diabetic?"
For folks who are worried about weight gain, glycemic control, diabetes, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), or their carbohydrate intake, Heather's Tummy Fiber is a great way to get the benefits of soluble fiber without any carbohydrates or calories. The FDA has declared water-soluble gums such as Acacia to be a good source of soluble dietary fiber, which by definition means that they are not digested in the human gut. However, the FDA has also mandated that the caloric value of gums be declared as a carbohydrate with 4 calories per gram. The FDA is currently being petitioned by scientists on the Calorie Control Council to change this mandate, as it has been established that gums do not contribute calories as carbohydrates do, since gums are not completely metabolized in the body. In plain English, this simply means that though FDA labeling requires all dietary soluble fiber supplements, including Acacia, to list a calorie content, in reality there are virtually no calories in Heather's Tummy Fiber at all.

The net result of this is that with the Acacia fiber supplement you are getting all of the benefits of soluble fiber without any carbohydrates or calories. For diabetes and other diseases, there are terrific advantages to a diet high in soluble fiber. Soluble fiber slows the rate of carbohydrate absorption (this gives an advantage to taking Heather's Tummy Fiber right before a meal), and improves regulation of blood sugar. Soluble fiber also decreases LDL ("bad") blood cholesterol levels, and therefore reduces the risk of heart disease, which is a serious risk for diabetics. PCOS patients can also benefit from soluble fiber, as it helps to stabilize their blood sugar levels by slowing the absorption of food sugars into the bloodstream, decreasing the load on their pancreas.

"What does it mean that Heather's Tummy Fiber is certified organic?"
Heather's Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal is certified organic and therefore uses:

* no pesticides
* no fertilizer
* no herbicides
* no GMO (genetically modified organisms)
* no preservatives
* no additives
* no irradiation
* no animal testing

Organic certification guarantees that Acacia is harvested with:

* good ecology - enriched soil, less soil erosion
* harvested through farming which respects the environment
* traceability of each batch demonstrated from the orchard to the customer
* organic certified farming/harvesting by ECOCERT
* organic certified manufacturing and packaging by Quality Assurance International
* USDA organic certified

"Certified organic" refers to agricultural products that have been grown and processed according to strict uniform standards, verified annually by independent state or private organizations. These organizations' certifying seals are your guarantee that Heather's Tummy Care products have been third-party certified organic.

Heather's Tummy Fiber is certified organic right from the origin by our supplier's certifying agency, Ecocert International. One of their agents personally goes into the Acacia orchards (which are located in the Dourbali region of Chad, in Africa) to certify each harvesting area. After harvest, the incoming bags of raw Acacia are assigned their "organic" identification, which follows the Acacia through the entire packing and shipping process. This organic traceability is carried directly from the plant to our customers by our certifying agency, Quality Assurance International. Heather's Tummy Fiber is also USDA organic certified.

"What does raw acacia look like? How is it processed into Tummy Fiber?"
Heather's Tummy Fiber is the certified organic, all natural gum of the acacia senegal tree. Raw acacia gum is collected much like maple syrup, though the gum is more a solid than a liquid. The gum forms as gold or amber colored, crystal-like pieces; these pieces are what the acacia gum looks like when it is collected from the outside of the tree. The gum is then dissolved in water, filtered, and the liquid is sprayed onto very large heated surfaces to sterilize the fiber and so the water can evaporate. What's left after the water evaporates is the fine, white powder that is Heather's Tummy Fiber.

There are no chemicals used in processing the acacia, and every step from the orchards to the processing to our packaging facility is certified organic. Because this is a natural gum with nothing added, and not a synthetic product that is highly processed, the grain size and color of the finished powder can vary slightly from lot to lot, and even within a single lot. These natural variations are normal and to be expected.
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55555 Product*11321
Amazing supplement
I've search for years for something to help my IBS. Diets BRAT, FODMAP etc, with only weight gain. Started staying home more and more. Was googling for info when I came across Heathers IBS tummy care. After reading reviews and listening to all her history with IBS I decided to try the acia tummy powder. To my surprise it was literally a miracle. I started with 1 packet in decaffeinated tea and I final had normal bowel movements. I'm now so great full for getting my freedom back and feeling great from staying away from tricker foods. Heathers talks, explanations are truly remarkable. Thank you
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Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes) Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes)
55555 Product*11267
Nice mild product
I like this product a lot. It is very mild and flavor is Non existent which is a plus. It just blends with any liquid you add it to.
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So glad this product is available!
The Tummy Fiber has made my life much easier.
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I have been using the acacia supplement for over 2 years and haven't had a diarrhea attack since so I am happy to have this form to take with me on a 5 day trip
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I have used this product for years. It's wonderful but,
Delivery service is terribly, excruciatingly Slow. In this day and age, that's unacceptable.
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Tummy fiber
This product is definitely making a difference for me, and the fact that you could get it in a travel stick is even better
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Love this product
This product helps keep me regular. It's a wonderful and affordable product!
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A life changer!
I began using Heather's Acacia fiber travel packs eleven years ago. I also use the tummy tamers peppermint oil. I can say that it has made a world of difference. I rarely have those days now where I am just totally miserable with stomach irritation. The only drawback? My appetite has increased! But the travel sticks are very convenient and shipping was fast. I love the products!
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You KNOW you eat differently when you travel!
These travel paks are the best way to insure that those travel induced digestive irregularities won't sideline me when I travel. They are easy to have at hand in a purse or pocket to add to a beverage in a restaurant or meeting and help keep my digestion calm especially when I have no control of my mealtime schedules. Always have some in my luggage! Great way to carry a great product!
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The tummy fiber acacia travel are so convenient. No measuring, no worrying of spilling
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satisfied customer
the product is very easy to take and convenient
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Great product
Heather's Tummy Fiber has made my IBS much easier to handle. Before I found this product there wasn't anything else that worked as well.
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Another great product!
This soluble fiber seems to really help when I take it before meals. I just bought the travel size and used it for the first time at a restaurant before eating. I was careful on what I ordered but I didn't get sick so I will keep using the travel size when I eat out. Thank you
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I will be taking those packets on my next trip which will be in May 2024;
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Great Product
I love these travel packets. My husband will be on this for the rest of his life and the travel packets make it great when we are traveling or on an outing. Thank you Heather's!
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Taken daily Heathers tummy care has helped me tremendously.
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The Tummy Fibers have helped be so much. I'm so thankful my daughter found these for me when I started down this road!
I don't have the stomach pain nearly as much as before! The tips I'm getting from you are very helpful! Thank you so much!
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Amazing supplement
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Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes) Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes)
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Nice mild product
I like this product a lot. It is very mild and flavor is Non existent which is a plus. It just blends with any liquid you add it to.
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So glad this product is available!
The Tummy Fiber has made my life much easier.
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I have been using the acacia supplement for over 2 years and haven't had a diarrhea attack since so I am happy to have this form to take with me on a 5 day trip
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I have used this product for years. It's wonderful but,
Delivery service is terribly, excruciatingly Slow. In this day and age, that's unacceptable.
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Tummy fiber
This product is definitely making a difference for me, and the fact that you could get it in a travel stick is even better
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Love this product
This product helps keep me regular. It's a wonderful and affordable product!
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A life changer!
I began using Heather's Acacia fiber travel packs eleven years ago. I also use the tummy tamers peppermint oil. I can say that it has made a world of difference. I rarely have those days now where I am just totally miserable with stomach irritation. The only drawback? My appetite has increased! But the travel sticks are very convenient and shipping was fast. I love the products!
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You KNOW you eat differently when you travel!
These travel paks are the best way to insure that those travel induced digestive irregularities won't sideline me when I travel. They are easy to have at hand in a purse or pocket to add to a beverage in a restaurant or meeting and help keep my digestion calm especially when I have no control of my mealtime schedules. Always have some in my luggage! Great way to carry a great product!
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The tummy fiber acacia travel are so convenient. No measuring, no worrying of spilling
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satisfied customer
the product is very easy to take and convenient
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Great product
Heather's Tummy Fiber has made my IBS much easier to handle. Before I found this product there wasn't anything else that worked as well.
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Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes) Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes)
55555 Product*10983
Another great product!
This soluble fiber seems to really help when I take it before meals. I just bought the travel size and used it for the first time at a restaurant before eating. I was careful on what I ordered but I didn't get sick so I will keep using the travel size when I eat out. Thank you
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I will be taking those packets on my next trip which will be in May 2024;
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55555 Product*10970
Great Product
I love these travel packets. My husband will be on this for the rest of his life and the travel packets make it great when we are traveling or on an outing. Thank you Heather's!
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Taken daily Heathers tummy care has helped me tremendously.
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55555 Product*10953
The Tummy Fibers have helped be so much. I'm so thankful my daughter found these for me when I started down this road!
I don't have the stomach pain nearly as much as before! The tips I'm getting from you are very helpful! Thank you so much!
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Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes) Tummy Fiber Acacia Senegal TRAVEL STICK PACKS (2 boxes)
55555 Product*10930
Glad you have this option
Forgot my tummy tamer powder at home while on a trip to California. This option worked out wonderfully as I couldn't imagine being without. The shipment came quickly and I will be able to travel with them on upcoming trips .The travel packets are a very convenient option. Thank you !
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I'm happy with this product. It's been effective for me.
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