Phloe Chewable Tablets 50

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Phloe Chewable Tablets 50

Phloe Healthy Bowel Chewable Tablets are a tasty format with the same digestive health benefits as Phloe Capsules. Kiwi-tropical flavoured, the chewable tablets are delicious and perfect for busy people, travellers or kids. Conveniently, no water is required when consuming these chewable tablets. More than just fibre, Phloe Healthy Bowel is the first product to use a unique triple action that combines prebiotics, enzymes and fibre from kiwifruit to help manage your bowel health for the short and long term. It helps keep you regular and avoid episodes of bloating, flatulence and digestive discomfort in a gentle way.

Brand Phloe
Classification General Sale
Active Ingredient

Each Tablet contains:

Zyactinase 575mg (derived from Kiwifruit)

Also contains: Tableting Sugar, Tropical Flavour, White Bean Extract, Natural Sweetener, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide.

Dosage

Adults: Chew 1-2 tablets per day, no water necessary, directly before food. May be increased to 4 tablets per day as required.

Suitable for use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Children: Suitable for children 5 years of age and above. Always start on ONE tablet per day and increase if required. Do not exceed two tablets per day.

Warning Do not take if you have known allergy to kiwifruit If symptoms persist, please consult your healthcare professional
Other Info

Short Term Benefits:

The Enzymes in Phloe help with motility (movement) and gently allow waste to move through the digestive system. They also aid with digesting food enabling you to absorb the optimum level of nutrients into your system. The Fibre in Phloe works in the same way as most other fibre only supplements providing bulk to the stool.

Long Term Benefits:

In the long term the Prebiotics in Phloe help the good bacteria in your system grow stronger helping your system return to working the way it is suppose to.

 

Medicines have benefits and some have risks. Always read the label and use only as directed. If symptoms persist or you have side effects see your healthcare professional. Vitamins are supplementary to and not a replacement for a balanced diet.