Citrucel Orange Flavor Fiber Therapy

Citrucel Orange Flavor Fiber Therapy

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Other Information: Each heaping tablespoon contains: calcium (80 mg) and potassium (110 mg). Each heaping tablespoon contributes 60 calories from sucrose and maltodextrin. Store below 77 degrees F (25 degrees C). Protect contents from humidity. Keep tightly closed. Misc: Gentle and
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Ingredients

Active Ingredient (in Each Heaping Tablespoon)...PurposeMethylcellulose (a non-allergic fiber) 2g...Bulk Forming Fiber Laxative Inactive IngredientsCitric Acid, Dibasic Calcium Phosphate, FD&C Yellow #6 Lake, Maltodextrin, Orange Flavors (Natural and Artificial), Potassium Citrate, Riboflavin, Sucrose, Titanium Dioxide, Tricalcium Phosphate.

Directions

Directions for Use:1. Fill glass with at least 8 oz. of cold water.2. Measure heaping tablespoon of product (one dose) and stir product into water. Stir briskly and drink promptly. Directions• Mix this product (child or adult dose) with at least 8 ounces ( a full glass) of water or other fluid. Taking this product without enough liquid may cause choking. See choking warning.• use product at the first sign of constipation or irregularity• put one dose in a full glass of cold water• stir briskly and drink promptly• drinking another glass of water is helpfulAdults & children 12 years of age and over start with one heaping tablespoon. Increase as needed, 1 heaping tablespoon at a time, up to 3 times per day.Children 6-11 years of age start with 2.5 level teaspoons. Increase as needed, 2.5 level teaspoons at a time, up to 3 times per day.Children under 6 years of age consult a physician. Other Information• each heaping tablespoon contains: calcium 80mg and potassium 110mg• each heaping tablespoon contributes 60 calories from sucrose and maltodextrin• store below 77oF (25oC)• protect contents from humidity• keep tightly closed

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