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  • noun

Synonyms for psyllium

plantain of Mediterranean regions whose seeds swell and become gelatinous when moist and are used as a mild laxative

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If this grain is so important to good health that doctors recommend it in the form of such products as Metamucil and Fiberall for their non-fiber-eating patients, why not incorporate it in the cereal bowl?
Andy Schwartzman recommends fruit-flavored Fiberall powder or Metamucil.
Take two doses of psyllium, found in sugar-free Metamucil or Fiberall.
The United States is the world's largest importer of psyllium, with more than 60% going to pharmaceutical firms to make products like Fiberall, Metamucil, and Perdiem, which can be recommended to patients with suspected IBS.
Bulk formers (like Citrucel, Fiberall, FiberCon, Konsyl, Metamucil, and Serutan) absorb water in the intestine and make the stool softer and bulkier.