Our flagship product, Konsyl® Daily Psyllium Fiber, supplies both soluble and insoluble fiber, and all our product formulations start with a good source of fiber. We continue to keep digestive health top of mind while investing in extensive research and development of new innovative products to provide Better Health Thru the Gut™. Our newest product line, Konsyl Gut Health Fiber Gummies are available in four targeted formulas that help manage Digestive Wellness, Immunity, Weight Management, and Staying Active.
Our goal is to provide you with the digestive and wellness support you need by using premium, effective ingredients. Sometimes that means you prefer to take our Daily Psyllium Fiber, other times you may prefer to feed your gut and support key wellness areas with one of our delicious Gut Health Fiber Gummies. We are confident we have the right product for you!
People do not use fiber when they “need to go”; it’s a daily part of a proactive healthy lifestyle. So, whether you prefer it natural and plain, add some to your morning smoothie, or have a delicious mid-day snack with our tasty Gut Health Gummies, there is a Konsyl® product for your needs.
At Konsyl®, we believe in having good health, and in having good health, you need a good gut! Our approach to wellness is a nurturing one. Let’s face it, if you put good thing in your body, you’ll likely feel good.
Do You Get Enough Fiber?
It can be difficult to consume the doctor recommended 30 grams of fiber a day. Considering you would have to eat 7 apples, 6 cups of broccoli, or 10 bananas to reach this recommended amount, it is understandable how many do not get in enough fiber daily.+
That is where Konsyl comes in! We offer many different fiber supplements from Psyllium Husk Powder to delicious and convenient gummies!
The gut is often called “The Second Brain” because it’s home to a part of our nervous system called the Enteric Nervous System.
This “Second Brain”, our gut, communicates with the brain through the nervous, endocrine, and even our immune systems.
Microorganisms in the gut can help regulate the body’s immune response. +