Reddit Reddit reviews Phillips Fiber Gummies, 90 Count

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Dietary Fiber Nutritional Supplements
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Nutritional Supplements
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Phillips Fiber Gummies, 90 Count
Fiber Gummy that helps to promote regularity.4 gram of 100% natural inulin fiber per servingGreat tasting gummies without the grit of traditional mixed fibersNo water required90 gummies
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3 Reddit comments about Phillips Fiber Gummies, 90 Count:

u/ockhams-razor · 5 pointsr/soylent

There are two essential suppliments I take each day to balance out any soylent issues:

  1. a fiber supplement
  2. a probiotic supplement

    If you take these daily, you could be right as rain

    Here are links to the actual supplements I take:

u/whenwillthewaitend · 2 pointsr/TFABGrads

I got some fiber gummies and that helped. These have been my personal favorites so far. My OB also said it was OK to take Colace and Miralax. A half dose of Miralax with a full glass of water and a Colace usually gets things moving for me.

Pregnancy constipation is not fun at all. I'd only been constipated twice in my life prior to pregnancy so I naively thought I'd be able to avoid pregnancy constipation. Nope, not so.

ETA: My OB never gave specifics on water goals. She just said to make water "your new best friend" and to "always have a glass/bottle/whatever with you and be sipping on it." My friend's OB told her that you should be drinking half your body weight in ounces each day. So if you way 140 pounds you should be drinking 70 ounces of water every day.

u/icyrae · 1 pointr/pregnant

I use those and take an iron. I say go for it because the iron pill is significantly smaller than the horse pills that most prenatal swallowables are, and you'll get better absorption taking a prenatal at one end of the day and iron at the other.

Another option is (if you have the energy to cook, bless you) to cook everything in a cast iron pan. I have a friend who swears by that for getting enough iron in her system.

Edit: as far as iron goes, my doc called in a prescription for me and that's what I take: ferrous sulfate 325MG (5GR) tablets.

I also HIGHLY recommend fiber gummies as well. I take these. I've had hemorrhoids before pregnancy (keto/paleo without realizing the need for lots of fiber) and it was so not fun. Taking the fiber gummies has kept me regular and so far prevented any hemorrhoids at 32 weeks, and I'm hoping it continues to not be an issue.