December 2000 Issue
Vitamin C Linked to Lower Stroke Risk
Fuss-Free Fiber Supplement Requires Some Forewarning The Buzz: No more powders, spoons, water or glasses. Forget chalky, gritty potions and messy mixing. Finally, "Fiber Without the Fuss." Thatís how CNS, Inc. describes its new supplement, FiberChoice, promoted to aid regularity. The Basics: FiberChoice is a chewable, orange-flavored fiber supplement. Each tablet contains two grams of inulin, one of a group of soluble fibers called fructans found in plant foods like raisins, wheat, onions and Jerusalem artichoke. Two tablets provide about
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