Fiberchoice is a fiber supplement which contains inulin, a type of fiber found in fruits and vegetables such as bananas. It is available in a regular version, a version with added calcium, and a weight management version. As with other fiber supplements, Fiberchoice can be used to treat both diarrhea and constipation. Fiberchoice comes in the form of chewable tablets, in a range of flavors. Be aware that the sugar-free version of Fiberchoice contains sorbitol, which is an artificial sweetener that can cause diarrhea and other gastrointestinal problems.
Fiberchoice side effects
The most common side effect of Fiberchoice is gas.
REVIEWS OF FIBERCHOICE
Review by Dale
I have had IBS with chronic constipation since childhood. I am now 66. I have tried many fiber supplements without much success; however, I do think Fiberchoice is helpful. I also take a heaping tablespoon of Unifiber in the morning with juice. I drink seven or eight glasses of water a day and try to eat a high fiber diet. Plums are especially helpful. My only complaint about Fiberchoice is that it gives me terrible gas about three hours after chewing two tablets.
Review by Ashley
I was diagnosed with IBS (my main symptom is constipation) when I was in college. The only treatment the gastroenterologist offered me at the time was to eat more fiber, drink more water, and exercise. He gave me a list of foods with the most fiber and sent me home.
Consequently, over the past 10 years I've tried almost every fiber supplement/laxative on the market. I wasn't happy with any of them, until I discovered Fiberchoice. Each chewable tablet provides 2g of fiber and you can take up to six tablets a day. That's almost half of your recommended fiber for one day. They taste good too. No thick powdery drinks or huge horse pills. And best of all, it's affordable at about $10 for a bottle.