TRUSTED BRAND: Phillips' has over 140 years of trusted digestive health expertise.
CONVENIENT SOURCE OF FIBER: While fruits, vegetables and whole grains are good sources of naturally occurring fiber, taking two Phillips' Fiber Good Gummies twice daily will help you get additional fiber you may need.
PREBIOTIC FIBER FOR DIGESTIVE HEALTH: Prebiotics help feed good bacteria in your colon.*
GREAT GUMMY FLAVORS: These Phillips' Good Gummies offer six great-tasting natural fruit flavors per bottle.
HSA and FSA eligible* *Check Your Plan for Coverage
Contains: Does Not Contain Any of the 8 Major Allergens
Suggested Age: 4 Years and Up
Product Warning: Consult a doctor if you are pregnant or nursing, keep out of reach of children, consult a doctor if you have a medical condition prior to use
Product Form: Gummy
Package Quantity: 90
Primary dietary ingredient: Fiber
Primary dietary ingredient amount per serving: 4 MG
Item Number (DPCI): 245-05-0772
Origin: Made in the USA
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Just 2 Phillips' Fiber Good Gummies contain 4 grams of inulin soluble fiber, which is a good source of fiber. Taken twice a day, they can contribute to your daily fiber intake to help support regularity.†∗ Plus, they come in 6 great-tasting natural fruit flavors. Try the Tasty Side of Fiber from Phillips'! What causes constipation? The condition can be caused by a variety of factors, such as not drinking enough fluids, a lack of sufficient fiber in the diet, illness, pregnancy, lack of physical activity, change in diet or dehydration. Medications such as cough syrups, sedatives and antacids as well as many commonly prescribed medications for cholesterol, depression and cancer can also cause constipation. Even people who have a diet rich in fiber can occasionally become constipated.
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