Bloat-beating, belly shrinking beta glucan juice
Fresh and citrusy bloat-busting beta-glucan juice that’s pack with tummy-soothing, good-gut-bacteria-promoting fibre to help de-puff your waist thus lose some inches off your belly. You’ll feel better, lighter and healthier.
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|What's in the box||11.5g x 30 sachets per box|
HARTWÉLL™ Help unblock the internal roadblock.
Each sachet contains:
We recommend you to consume 2 sachets per day to help you meet daily requirement intake of dietary fibre. Diet high in fibre is vital for;
*Individual results may vary.
Some individuals may experience bloating. Reduce the intake of HARTWÉLL™ to half a sachet a day. Gradually increase the intake once your body adapts to the presence of fibre in your daily diet.
Red beet fibre
Beet fiber is made of pectin fibre, known for its ability to help increase heart and colon protection.
Red beet is a medium GI vegetable and contains quite a high amount of Folate, Manganese, Kalium, Iron and Vitamin C. Other nutritional properties and health benefits or red beet are:
Hawthorn berry fibre
Hawthorn berry fibre contains pectin fibre that supports digestion and elimination process, and boost respiratory health
Hawthorn berry contains a significant amount of B-complex vitamins, Vitamin C, minerals such as Calcium, Iron and Phosphorus, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds and other phytonutrients.
Carrot fibre is high in pectin fibre that’s beneficial to overall health including the heart and colon.
Carrot is a low GI vegetable that contains a massive amount of Vitamin A. It is also high in Biotin, Vitamin K, Molybdenum, Kalium and Vitamin B6. It is phytonutrient powerhouse with several antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Among the nutritional value and benefits of carrots are:
Tomato fibre Help to reduce the risk of heart ailments.
Tomato contains Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin K, Kalium, Manganese, Magnesium, Phosphorus, and Copper, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds and phytonutrients. It is also a low GI vegetable. Among the benefits to you are:
Lemon fibre is rich in pectin fibre, that’s proven to lower cholesterol, and reduce the risk of diabetes. It also acts as an appetite suppressor.
Lemon, a low GI fruit, is an excellent source of Vitamin C and contain a significant amount of Folate and Kalium. It also possesses a significant amount of antioxidant bioactives.
The constituent of strawberry fibre is mostly lignin and a little pectin.
Among the nutrients available in strawberries are Vitamin C, Folate, Kalium, Manganese and Magnesium. Strawberry is voted as one of the best sources of antioxidant and is a low GI fruit.
Raspberry tops the list of high fibre fruit. It is also a low GI and nutrient dense fruit.
Lignin makes up the most of the fiber in raspberry. Others are pectin, hemicellulose and cellulose.
Raspberry contains several antioxidants, vitamin C and Manganese powerhouse, and a very good source of Copper, Vitamin K, Pantothenic Acid, Biotin, Vitamin E, Magnesium, Folate, and Kalium.
Blueberry is fibre-laden fruit and is very high in pectin fibre.
Blueberry is phytonutrient superstar and contains several antioxidant compounds such as Resveratrol, Gallic Acid, Lutein and Zeaxanthin.
Blueberry is a low GI fruit and is a very good source of Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Manganese and Copper. Among the benefits of enjoying blueberries are:
Pectin, cellulose and lignin fibre are among blackcurrant fibre constituent.
Blackcurrant is a low GI fruit that is packed with Vitamin C. Other vitamins are A, E, B5 and Folic acid. It also has a significant amount of Iron, Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus. Blackcurrant contains a variety of health maintaining phytonutrients, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory bioactives.
Mucilage, lignin and pectin are among the constituents of elderberry fibre.
Elderberry, a low GI fruit, contains a whopping amount of Vitamin C. It’s also very high in Phosphorus, Calcium, Vitamin A and Folate. Elderberries contain plenty of phytonutrients, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory compounds.