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  • MEAT UNPLUGGED 180g HIGH DIETARY FIBRE PSYLLIUM HUSKS - Push out those stubborn BBQ smoked meats stuck in your system.


    This is not a subject us Blokes talk about, but it is something that you need to know. Ask any BBQ Judge that tasted meats all day and then feels unwell as all that meat gathers and sits in the colon for days and can become harmful to your body.
    If you enjoy pigging out on tasty Smoked BBQ Meats this is a Product that can enable you to continue your passion and avoid bloating, stomach cramps, constipation, haemorrhoids etc. This could be the Boss's best Tip!

    Psyllium Husks are a pure Natural highly concentrated source of dietary Fibre with many health benefits. 

    -         The next morning after a day of feasting on smoked BBQ meats, add a tablespoon to your morning muesli or cereal.

    -         If you don’t want cereal, just stir a tbsp of Husks into a small glass of orange juice or water, and skull it. Results in a couple of hours!

    The Husks greatly increase in volume internally, and push out all the meats stuck and backed up in your stomach.


    Psyllium is a bulk-forming laxative. Psyllium Mucilloid Content id 99%

    This means it soaks up water in your gut and makes bowel movements much easier and can help promote regularity without increasing flatulence. It can be used as a one-off to ease constipation, or it can be added to your diet to help promote regularity and overall digestive health.

    People with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and Crohn’s disease are all too familiar with bowel irregularity. The results of studies on psyllium’s effectiveness in treating these conditions are still mixed.

    Psyllium is a prebiotic — a substance needed for healthy colonies of probiotics to grow in the gut. A healthy colony of good bacteria in the digestive system is essential for healthy immune function. Your body is better able to fight infection, reduce inflammation, and maintain healthy tissue and cells.

    Besides keeping your bowel movements regular and managing a chronic condition,

    psyllium has the ability to soften your stool provided you drink enough water. This can come in handy with short-term ailments, such as constipation. Used in this way, it can prevent complications of constipation, such as haemorrhoids

    Research shows that psyllium may help with the painful symptoms associated with these conditions. Since there is no real scientific consensus, talk to your doctor to see if psyllium could help you.

    Heart health
    Research has shown that taking soluble fibre can help people manage their cholesterol levels. Proper cholesterol regulation is important for everyone, but it’s vital for people over the age of 50.

    One study shows that at least six weeks of daily psyllium intake is an effective way for people who are obese or overweight to lower their cholesterol with very few side effects.

    If you’ve been told that you need to watch your cholesterol, ask your doctor if adding psyllium to a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet will help you.

    Numerous studies have shown that fibre like psyllium, taken as part of a healthy diet, can help lower a person’s risk of heart disease. Psyllium can affect your heart by lowering blood pressure, improving lipid levels, and strengthening heart muscle.

    Watching your weight

    Maintaining a healthy weight is a concern for many people, especially those with a chronic condition like diabetes. Besides being good for your heart and blood sugar levels, psyllium may help you lose weight.

    Because psyllium absorbs liquid in your body, it can help give you a feeling of being full. This can help you control the amount of food you eat. Talk to your doctor about the possibility of taking psyllium if they’ve suggested that you lose weight.


    People with diabetes have to be mindful of their diet to maintain a healthy balance of insulin and blood sugar (glucose). Some research has suggested that fibres like psyllium can help people maintain a healthy glycaemic balance.