Fuel for a Happy Gut, Healthier You.
Just eat more fiber. Probably the most important thing that you
can do for your gut and your health. This is how fiber helps you.
Prebiotics or simply, Food for the Good Bacteria
Promotes Bowel Health and Regularity
Feel lighter, fuller for longer
Help lower cholesterol, control blood sugar levels
7gPrebiotic Fiber Per Serve
Chromium Picolinate +
Alpha Cyclodextrin +
A powerful, well studied soluble fiber derived from seeds of Plantago Ovata, Psyllium is a bulk-forming laxative that helps relieve constipation.
A powerful prebiotic fiber sourced from Guar Beans, this ingredient has several clinical studies that proves its effectiveness in helping relieve constipation and constipation prevalent IBS.
A powerful, well studied fiber derived from tuber or root of elephant yam ( also known as Konjac), it is clinically proven to help promote weight loss, help manage cholesterol levels and support blood sugar management.
A form of mineral, Chromium plays an important role in insulin function and glucose metabolism, by helping increase the sensitivity of insulin receptors and improving glycemic control. It also serves as an antioxidant to help relieve oxidative stress associated with high sugar levels.
Derived from corn, Alpha Cyclodextrin is a soluble dietary fiber with outstanding properties. Non digestible, yet fully fermentable, numerous clinical studies indicate its effectiveness in weight, blood sugar and cholesterol management.
Green Pea Fiber
Pea fiber is an all-natural, non-GMO product extracted from the endosperm of the yellow pea and is an excellent source of dietary fiber with many functional and nutritional benefits, including a fat and caloric reduction in the end product.
Chicory Root Fibre
Chicory root is a plant that contains a natural vegetable fiber known as inulin in its roots. A prebiotic fiber, meaning it's good for gut bacteria. Research indicates many health benefits, including its ability to help control cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
Galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS) are prebiotic fibers that are found in dairy products, beans and certain root vegetables. GOS are loved by Bifidobacteria, a very helpful bacteria group that help produce a number of nutrients our bodies need including short chain fatty acids like butyrate, propionate.
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are prebiotic fibers that occur naturally in plants such as onion, asparagus, banana, artichokes, etc and are a good source of soluble dietary fiber with immense health benefits.
Isomalto-oligosaccharides are prebiotics, meaning they pass through the small intestine relatively undigested and then arrive in the colon to ferment your body's gut bacteria.  In comparison probiotics are the beneficial bacteria found in your digestive tract that combat harmful bacteria and ensure you absorb the nutrients from your food.
Unflavoured. Just Add To Anything
How much to use
How to Use ?
Train your gut
Separately, Fiber and Probiotics are important addition to your diet but when combined together, they can create a powerhouse of health benefits. Apart from facilitating your body’s digestion process, Prebiotic Fibers provide valuable nourishment for the gut bacteria, helping your Probiotics work much more harder.
What’s the Scoop?
Can we take this with whey protein before dinner ??
We recommend you mix it with normal water and take it between meals.
How is Metabolic fiber Boost different from Metabolically Lean?
Metabolic fiber Boost is a blend of clinically proven prebiotic fiber such as Glucomannan, Chromium Picolinate,Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS),Polydextrose (PDX) and α-Cyclodextrin. Where as Metabolically lean supergut sticks are a synbiotic blend consisting of inulin fiber and multistrain probiotics (Lactobacillus,Streptococcus, Bifidobacterium) along with metabolism boosters like L-Carnitine & Chromium.
If Metabolically Lean Supergut sticks already have prebiotics, then why should I add Metabolic Fiber Boost fiber to my diet?
Metabolically Lean Supergut sticks along with multistrain probiotics has only inulin as prebiotic fiber whereas Metabolic Fiber Boost provides a blend of prebiotic fiber such as Glucomannan, Chromium Picolinate, Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), Polydextrose (PDX) and α-Cyclodextrin that help nourish and nurture the gut bacteria, manage cravings and improve bowel health.
What is the ideal way to introduce Prebiotic fiber to your diet?
At the Good Bug we believe in the process of Train your Gut. We recognize the uniqueness of every digestive system and individual factors such as metabolism can impact how and how quickly a fiber supplement works. It’s important that you train your gut and your system to get used to increased fiber intake. When using fiber supplements for the first time, start with half a scoop a day, slowly progressing to one full scoop over a week to ten days. You may experience changes in bowel habits / minor bloating, as your body adjusts to increased fiber intake.
What are the benefits of the ingredients used?
Glucomannan: Aids Weight loss, Lowers cholesterol, Manages blood sugar, Controls appetite, and regulates bowel movements
Chromium Picolinate Acts as an antioxidant, manages blood sugar levels
Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS): Improves Gut health, helps increase the good cholesterol/HDL levels and improves glucose control
Polydextrose (PDX): Promotes the growth of good gut bacteria, improves digestive health and supports weight management
α-Cyclodextrin: Enhances blood glucose control, and promotes gut health through the production of SCFAs (Short Chain Fatty Acids).
Can fiber help improve metabolism?
Yes Absolutely! Eating fiber is closely tied to how well your body processes energy. When your gut bacteria break down soluble fiber, they produce short-chain fatty acids. These are absorbed into your blood and interact with cell receptors in different tissues like your intestines, fat stores, muscles, and liver. This interaction affects how your body's metabolism and other functions work.
Is there any Psyllium or any fillers included?
Metabolic fiber Boost is Psyllium free, no fillers, artificial sweeteners or preservatives
What is the recommended dosage of this?
The recommended dosage is 1 scoop a day in 200 ml water. We recommend increasing the daily fluid intake to 2-3 liters a day when consuming fiber supplement.
How much fiber is in a serving?
A single scoop provides 7g of prebiotic fiber.
Does it have any flavor?
Metabolic fiber Boost is Flavourless and Odourless
Who should consider using it?
Our Prebiotic fiber is ideal for adults aiming to enhance their fiber intake, support weight loss, manage cholesterol and blood sugar levels, and promote overall well-being.
Is it safe for diabetics?
Yes, our prebiotic fiber is low glycemic, high in fiber, free from added sugars making it absolutely safe for diabetics. Prebiotic fiber helps people with diabetes by creating a friendly gut environment. This makes insulin work better and keeps blood sugar levels steady.
Is it safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
For those who are pregnant or breastfeeding, it's advisable to consult their healthcare provider/doctor before incorporating this into their routine.
When is the optimal time for consumption?
It's best taken between main meals, such as breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Can it be mixed with drinks other than water?
Enjoy Metabolic fiber Boost by sprinkling it on oatmeal,smoothies, cold pressed juices, soups, any non-alcoholic and non-carbonated beverage of your choice, and broths for a delightful experience.
What's the recommended duration for usage?
Metabolic fiber Boost is designed for daily consumption for however long you need.
Can I use it with a Metabolically Lean Supergut stick?
Definitely! You can combine 1 scoop of Metabolic fiber Boost along with 1 sachet of Metabolic Lean Probiotics in 200ml room temperature water and boost your weight loss outcomes.
Is it allergen free?
Yes it is free from major allergens like gluten, lactose, and soy
Are there any side effects?
Metabolic fiber Boost is made with 100% clean ingredients which means no side effects.
Can these supplements be taken with other medications?
Prebiotic fiber supplements are generally safe to take alongside medications. However, it's always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement, especially if you have specific medical conditions or are taking prescription medications.
How many servings per container?
In a single container, you'll find 30 servings, providing an entire month's worth of support for your digestive well-being.