Green Banana Resistant Starch

Green Banana Resistant Starch


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A 100% natural source of resistant starch, made from nutritious green lady finger bananas grown on the Atherton Tablelands in tropical Far North Queensland.

  • Amount: 500g
SKU: 10272 Categories: , ,


Green Banana Resistant Starch
  • The world’s highest quality, most potent resistant starch to heal your gut and restore your body’s healthy balance, with just one fibre-packed scoop a day.
  • The ultimate multi-fibre nutritional supplement—a unique combination of soluble, insoluble and fermentable fibre to promote gut health and assist in the prevention of colorectal diseases.
  • High in prebiotic fibre, to nourish beneficial gut bacteria and support your immune system by promoting a healthy microbiome.
  • Rich in inulin to regulate digestion and improve your metabolism, helping you feel fuller for longer, and maintain a healthy weight.
  • An excellent source of 5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan) / serotonin to balance your mood, prevent headaches and migraine and improve sleep.
  • High in minerals—including potassium, zinc, magnesium, phosphorous and manganese.
  • Helps regulate blood sugar to support the prevention and treatment of diabetes.
  • Helps to lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Increases the antioxidant capacity of food.
  • Increases mineral absorption—especially calcium—and aids in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.
  • Clinically proven benefits.

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