Psyllium, Seed 600mg & Husk 500mg
Psyllium seed has more fermentable fibre than the husk. It degrades more slowly and produces 'fairly' large amounts of butyrate and acetate.
Animal studies have shown psyllium increases the activity of cholesterol 7 alpha-hydroxylase (the rate-limiting enzyme in bile acid synthesis also referred to as cytochrome) more than twice that of cellulose or oat bran.
To read a fascinating monograph on Psyllium seed and husk differences and their uses, click here.
Hong Kong Compliance
"7 + 1" Nutrition Facts label attached to product packaging.