Zinulin, soluble fibre for the whole family

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Zinulin, contains the highest quality pure Belgium chicory inulin

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Zinulin-
A Natural Soluble Dietary Prebotic Fibre Supplement

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Zinulin, scientifically proven to deliver results

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Zinulin supports good bacteria as soluble dietary fibre

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Zinulin is a convenient way to get your daily fibre intake. Zinulin has no flavour, is soluble and works by improving the the good bacteria in your colon. Recent studies suggest that keeping your gut healthy can improve digestion, immunity and overall health.

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  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • 100% plant extract
  • Inulin is extracted from the Chicory root
  • 100% inulin
  • Fibre is known to help lower cholesterol
  • Relieves constipation
  • Inulin is diabetic friendly
  • Reduces Visceral Fat
  • Ceoliac friendly

Zinulin has really improved my IBS. Because it is so gentle and simple to take I started using it about six months ago, starting off with half a teaspoon and increasing it to one heaped teaspoon as recommnended. I still have the occasional bout of IBS but nothing to how I was suffering before Zinulin.

Judith - South Australia

I have had trouble for years, trying every laxative and fibre product that I could find but then I discovered Zinulin and it works! Its gentle, effective and so easy to take. Fantastic.

Barbara - South Australia

I have been diabetic for several years now, and tried a sample of Zinulin from the Diabetes SA shop. I haven’t looked back. I have also noticed that it doesn’t affect my blood sugar readings where other fibres were making them a bit high.

Jody - Hendon SA

I was reading an article about Inulin and its health benefits and then discovered Zinulin. I recommend it to all my patients and they are having excellent results.

Dr. F - Victoria

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Do what you can to just get through the day.RUN THE DISHWASHER TWICE. - Via Danielle Wunker, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Supervisor

When I was at one of my lowest (mental) points in life, I couldn’t get out of bed some days. I had no energy or motivation and was barely getting by.
I had therapy once per week, and on this particular week I didn’t have much to ‘bring’ to the session. He asked how my week was and I really had nothing to say.
“What are you struggling with?” he asked.
I gestured around me and said “I dunno man. Life.”
Not satisfied with my answer, he said “No, what exactly are you worried about right now? What feels overwhelming? When you go home after this session, what issue will be staring at you?”
I knew the answer, but it was so ridiculous that I didn’t want to say it.
I wanted to have something more substantial.
Something more profound.
But I didn’t.
So I told him, “Honestly? The dishes. It’s stupid, I know, but the more I look at them the more I CAN’T do them because I’ll have to scrub them before I put them in the dishwasher, because the dishwasher sucks, and I just can’t stand and scrub the dishes.”
I felt like an idiot even saying it.
What kind of grown ass woman is undone by a stack of dishes? There are people out there with *actual* problems, and I’m whining to my therapist about dishes?
But my therapist nodded in understanding and then said:

“RUN THE DISHWASHER TWICE.”

I began to tell him that you’re not supposed to, but he stopped me.
“Why the hell aren’t you supposed to? If you don’t want to scrub the dishes and your dishwasher sucks, run it twice. Run it three times, who cares?! Rules do not exist, so stop giving yourself rules.”
It blew my mind in a way that I don’t think I can properly express.
That day, I went home and tossed my smelly dishes haphazardly into the dishwasher and ran it three times.
I felt like I had conquered a dragon.
The next day, I took a shower lying down.
A few days later. I folded my laundry and put them wherever the f*ck they fit.
There were no longer arbitrary rules I had to follow, and it gave me the freedom to make accomplishments again.
Now that I’m in a healthier place, I rinse off my dishes and put them in the dishwasher properly. I shower standing up. I sort my laundry.

But at a time when living was a struggle instead of a blessing, I learned an incredibly important lesson:

THERE ARE NO RULES. RUN THE DISHWASHER TWICE!!!

Original poster - Kate Scott 2020
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