Easy Fiber

Category: Digestive system and digestion


  • Promotes regularity (3 scoops a day)
  • Encourages satiety (1/2 scoop before meals)
  • Supports heart health (3 scoops a day)
  • Helps maintain already-healthy blood sugar (up to 3 scoops a day)
  • Convenient, dose-adjustable fiber powder

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Easy Fiber

167 g

Item Catalog Number: 02514

What is Easy Fiber?

Keep things moving in the right direction with Easy Fiber! Our plant-based glucomannan fiber supplement from konjac root provides similar benefits to psyllium husk fiber—with a lower daily dose. This lightly orange-flavored powdered fiber mix is an easy way to help meet your daily dietary fiber needs. And unlike other fiber supplements, Easy Fiber contains no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.

“Get more fiber.” It’s age-old advice, but most Americans don’t consume enough fiber in their diets.1 And that’s too bad, because it’s important to get enough fiber for a variety of reasons: digestive health, regularity, satiety, and heart health, just to name a few.

Benefits at a Glance:

  • Promotes regularity (3 scoops a day)
  • Encourages satiety (1/2 scoop before meals)
  • Supports heart health (3 scoops a day)
  • Helps maintain already-healthy blood sugar (up to 3 scoops a day)
  • Convenient, dose-adjustable fiber powder

Adjustable dose, multiple benefits

Many fiber supplements are made with psyllium husk. But this form of fiber tends to be bulkier and requires a larger daily dose to achieve the same benefits as our Easy Fiber! Easy Fiber is made from konjac root (Amorphophallus konjac), a form of fiber often used in Asian cuisine.

Konjac delivers the same benefits (including regularity, satiety, heart and gut health) as other fibers, but at a lower dose.2

Regularity, satiety and digestive health

Easy Fiber helps promote regularity and supports your digestive health partially through its role as a prebiotic. In fact, healthy regularity and a prebiotic effect were observed in clinical trials that provided supplemental glucomannan fiber to adults on a low-fiber diet.3,4

Another reason people take fiber is to promote satiety—the feeling of being satisfied after eating. Why? Because, simply put, if you’re not hungry, you’ll eat less. Glucomannan fiber from konjac root excels at promoting satiety.2,5

Already-Healthy Cholesterol & Blood Sugar Levels

Glucomannan fiber isn’t just for regularity and gut health either. This soluble fiber is known for its heart health benefits, too! In a meta-analysis of 12 randomized controlled trials, consumption of two or more grams of glucomannan fiber daily for three to 12 weeks helped to maintain already-healthy LDL and HDL cholesterol levels.6

In a group of 25 healthy middle-aged men, adding glucomannan to rice before eating it helped maintain healthy blood sugar levels, compared to simply eating rice by itself. Furthermore, when study participants increased the amount of glucomannan ingested it produced even better results.7

More good news: this lightly orange-flavored fiber powder is also vegetarian, gluten free, sugar free and contains no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners (unlike competitors like Metamucil®*).

*Compared to Metamucil® Sugar-Free 4-in-1 Psyllium Fiber Supplement

Supplement Facts

Serving Size 1 Level Scoop

Servings Per Container 90

Amount per serving:

Total Carbohydrate

1 g

Dietary Fiber

1 g

Total Sugars (Includes 0 g added sugars)

0 g

Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol)

0,8 mg

Vitamin C (as sodium ascorbate)

4 mg

Glucomannan [from umbrella arum (Amorphophallus konjac)] (root)

1000 mg
Other ingredients: citric acid, maltodextrin, gum acacia, stevia extract, refined coconut oil, natural orange flavors, beta carotene.

Gluten free, Non-GMO, Vegetarian

Dosage and Use

Briskly mix one (1) level scoop in at least 8 to 10 ounces of water or beverage of choice (to taste), one to three times daily, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
Drink immediately.
Taking without enough liquid may cause choking.
Do not take if you have difficulty swallowing.


Fiber supplements may affect absorption of medications. Take 2 hours before or 1 hour after any medications.




Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.

When using nutritional supplements, please consult with your physician if you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating.

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