Apple fiber helps maintain intestinal balance, eliminate toxic metals (such as mercury, cadmium and lead), and also supports the overall immune system by facilitating efficient toxin elimination. Apple Fiber aids in protecting your body against Metabolic Syndrome, risk factors that contribute to heart disease, stroke and high blood sugar.


Spirulina is an ideal anti-aging food with concentrated nutrient value and containing all eight essential amino acids. It is easily digested and loaded with antioxidants. The chlorophyll in spirulina helps eliminate waste products and cleanses your liver, kidneys and blood. When the liver and kidneys are working more smoothly, everything else in the body works better too.

Trunk Fiber


Well-balanced soluble, insoluble fibre found in Oil Palm trunk helps to absorb toxins and unwanted waste from the intestines as well as draw them out of the body. The soluble fibre in Oil Palm Trunk is invaluable for its ability to bind cholesterol, bile salts, fats, carbohydrates and toxins in the intestine for elimination. Insoluble fibre also retains moisture in the stool, allowing the stools to stay soft and easy for elimination.



Aloe vera is used in a wide range of health products, like diet supplements, juices etc. It's rich in anti-oxidants which means it helps cut out free radicals in the body and boost your immunity. It's also a good source of protein so it helps muscle development and gives you copious amounts of energy. There are countless studies that prove how effective aloe vera is for weight-loss, but it should be consumed regularly and over a long period of time for it to really work.



When it comes to health, berries have a fabulous reputation. Blueberries are packed with antioxidants, called anthocyanins, that may help keep memory sharp as you age, and raspberries contain ellagic acid, a compound with anti-cancer properties. All berries are great sources of fiber, a nutrient important for a healthy digestive system.


Helps build the Bifidus and Lactobacillus in our colon and intestine. When oligosaccharides are consumed, it serves as food for the intestinal microflora. Clinical studies have shown that administering oligosaccharides, or inulin can increase the number of these friendly bacteria in the colon while simultaneously reducing the population of harmful bacteria. This is what we called “Prebiotic”.