CONSTIfree - 180g powder

Brand: Specialist Supplements
Product Code: MHASS-A1015
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Price: £9.95

CONSTIfree - 180g powder

Why choose CONSTIfree?

As CONSTIfree contains a wide variety of natural nutrients, it is ideal for long term use as a high fibre bowel maintenance formula.

Its beneficial actions include:

  • encouraging waste matter to pass through the body efficiently
  • assisting in tissue repair
  • aiding the digestion of foods and absorption of nutrients
  • supplying the bowel with both probiotics and prebiotics.

CONSTIfree supplies the bowel with high fibre from psyllium husks, which act as a bulking agent in the bowel. The fibre works like an internal brush, sweeping waste and toxins down the bowel and out of the body. Psyllium seed husks are a source of soluble fibre and a healthy addition to your daily diet.

This supplement is useful for people with low-fibre diets and those who experience “pellet like” stools and the feeling of non-evacuation.

Combine with our strong oxygen therapy bowel cleanser, OXY-KLENZ, or herbal cleansers COL-Clear Version A and COL-Clear Version B.


Understanding the ingredients

Fructo-oligisaccharides / Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)

These are non-digestible carbohydrates or sugars that occur naturally in throughout the plant kingdom in vegetables such as artichokes, asparagus, salsify, leeks, onions, garlic and chicory. As they are non- digestible, they pass through the human digestive tract virtually unchanged. When the fructooligosaccharides reach the colon, they are used by our “good” or “friendly” beneficial bacteria  (known as bifidobacteria or bifidus) for growth and multiplication. These friendly (also called probiotics) in the digestive tract are required for the complete digestion and absorption of nutrients, detoxification and elimination processes and help to boost the immune system. As FOS feed these probiotics, they are known as prebiotics. Studies in the USA and Japan have shown they also help to suppress the production of intestinal putrefactive substances and have a beneficial effect on cholesterol levels, along with the absorption action of psyllium.

L-Glutamine (amino acid)

L-Glutamine is a very important amino acid, required by the human body for many repair and maintenance functions such as:

  • maintaining the tissue integrity of the digestive system
  • providing fuel to the brain
  • supporting the immune system
  • helping to maintain and repair muscle tissue
  • synthesising protein
  • providing a primary fuel source for enterocytes (the cells lining the inside of the small intestine).

The digestive system (stomach, small intestine and bowel) wall lining is constantly being eroded and irritated by, for example, food particles, parasites, medication and yeast. Over time, small holes can develop in the gut lining, thereby permitting potentially harmful substances to enter your bloodstream and access the other parts of your body. This is commonly referred to as “Leaky Gut Syndrome”. L-Glutamine feeds the gut wall cells, enabling constant replacement and repair and protecting against damage.

Psyllium husk

Psyllium is rich in dietary fibre, providing the extra fibre that so many people need in order to maintain regular and healthy bowels. Psyllium husk is a water absorbing / retention fibre, which gives bulk to stools by absorbing water - as much as 20 times its own weight! This gives the bowel wall something to work on and lets it push matter through smoothly and quickly via peristalsis. Fibre also stimulates natural bacteria in the bowel. Traditionally most fibre in our diet comes from wheat bran, but for people with food intolerances / allergies and sensitive cell walls, the rough wheat bran can cause irritation and sometimes make matters worse. When water is added to psyllium husks, a soft gel is formed, which helps the unwanted matter in the colon to move through smoothly, with no straining or discomfort.


These are the “friendly bacteria” that work for you and help your body to function properly in many ways. Health-food advocates have long recommended using probiotics to help maintain a favourable balance of “good” versus “bad” bacteria in the digestive system and colon. We all have these bacteria inside us and they are continually competing with each other for dominance. The delicate balance can be upset by many factors, such as a course of antibiotics, contaminated food and even stress. If this imbalance isn't corrected, many common bowel ailments can result. For example, loose bowel, constipation or even a candida albicans yeast infection. Studies have confirmed that Lactobacillus Bacteria and FOS are even more effective when taken together - known as the synbiotic effect.   Digestive enzymes These have been added to help support the body's digestive system following food intake.

Digestive     enzymes

break down the food we eat and nutrients are better absorbed if that food is digested properly. By contrast, poor digestion can lead to constipation, a bloated feeling, achy stomach, excessive wind, low energy levels and generally an uncomfortable feeling. The digestive enzymes included in CONSTIfree are:

  • Amylase - digests carbohydrates
  • Protease - digests proteins
  • Invertase - breaks down sucrose to fructose and glucose
  • Alpha Galactosidase - to aid digestion of problematic starches in beans and some vegetables
  • Cellulase - breaks down cellulose. Does not occur naturally in the human digestive tract
  • Hemi Cellulase - see cellulase
  • Phytase - an enzyme that can break down the indigestible phytic acid (phytate) found in grains and oil seeds
  • Lipase - for fat digestion. People with pancreatic insufficiency require Lipase
  • Papain - helps to digest proteins.



- Psyllium Husks
- Fructo-Oligosaccharides (prebiotics)
- L-Glutamine

- Probiotic Cultures: 
* Lactobacillus acidophilus
* Bifidobacterium bifidum

- Digestive Enzymes:
* Amylase
* Protease
* Invertase
* Alpha Galactosidase
* Hemi Cellulase
* Phytase
* Lipase
* Cellulase

- Herbs:
- Fennel Seed
- Ginger Root
- Papain
- Peppermint Leaf

  • Suitable for vegetarians & vegans
  • Great taste & easy to stir / blend into a smooth drink
  • High dietary fibre food supplement for active and healthy bowels


Usage Guide:

  • 1 - 2 tsp. mixed in water, taken 1 - 3 times per day.
    If taken alone, start off on a higher daily intake of 2 tsp taken 2 to 3 times per day for 1 to 2 weeks.
    Thereafter, reduce daily intake to 1tsp taken 1 to 2 times per day, depending upon requirements.
  • Best results are achieved when ...
    - it is combined with other Digestive & Intestinal products
    - it is taken continuously for 2 to 3 months, together with improved eating habits.

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