got to be careful of the aspertame, it can make you hungry more and it is an artifical sugar too. I get my fiber from a health food store and it just has psyllium husks and I add ground flax seeds so that it would not bulk up fast before I drink it.
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Yes, it is GF. Citrucel is a fiber supplement made from methylcellulose. It is designed to add bulk to the stool and so help waste travel smoothly through the digestive tract. It may be marketed as a 'bulk laxative' because it adds bulk to the stool. Methylcellulose, the main ingredient in Citrucel, is a plant fiber which is non-allergenic and soluble. The manufacturers say that Citrucel fiber won't cause excess gas or bloating because the bacteria in the gut cannot break it down. Citrucel is gluten-free.
It doesn't say gluten free, but then, neither does alot of gf stuff. Active intgredient is methylcellulose, inactive ingredients are aspertame, dibasic calcium phosphate, yellow dye, malic acid, maltodextrine, and orange flavors.
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