Can I take vitamins & fiber at the same time?

Scott asks:

I saw you on Know the Cause with Doug. Your products are AWESOME. I want to cleanse my body, start taking probotics and get on the phase one diet. Should I take your green label vitamin and psyllium husk at the same time? Do I need to take the psyllium husk? Thanks for making a difference.

The Vitamin Professor Responds:

Thank YOU for watching KTC and paying attention to your health!

Psyllium husks are pretty harsh on the body by themselves. I would recommend our “ALL ONE Totally Fiber” formula which, although it contain psyllium husks, is a more complete blend of soluble and insoluble fibers and much easier on your system.

The ALL ONE Green Phyto Base is perfect for detox as well as replenishing the body with high potency nutrients.

You should take your ALL ONE Green in the morning and the Totally Fiber in the evening. You want to separate them.

You can take your probotics with you vitamins.

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  3. Doug Ingoldsby says:

    Stephen Asks:

    You suggest separating the fiber and green phyto product. My shake includes the fiber and powder, hopefully this works for general use. It would be very challenging to figure out how to use both separated.
    The Vitamin Professor Responds:

    Dear Stephen,

    Thank you for your interest in ALL ONE and this blog.

    Certainly no harm will come from mixing a shake that contains one of our ALL ONE Multiple powders and our ALL ONE Totally Fiber at the same time.

    However, keep in mind the particular functions of the two different supplements. ALL ONE Multiple powders are designed to add, infuse and supplement various nutrients into the body whereas ALL ONE Totally Fiber is designed to assist in the elimination of various toxins from the body. That is why I recommended to take the ALL ONE Multiple in the morning before the rigors of the day. The vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other food factors in ALL ONE will help provide greater energy at a time when it is needed.

    The same logic follows as to why I recommend taking ALL ONE Totally Fiber in the evening before retiring. The blend of organic flax along with various soluble and in soluble fibers from date fiber, prune fiber, barley fiber, rice fiber, beet fiber and psyllium husks help a more thorough elimination upon arising in the morning.

    I will reiterate here as I did in the post you referred to in your question on

    I believe that taking psyllium husks by themselves is far to harsh on the system. They are inexpensive but, it is my feeling, they should be buffered with other more gentle fibers like organic flax, date fiber, prune fiber, barley fiber, rice fiber, beet fiber.

    Does it make sense?

    Think of it as: Good goes in … bad goes out.

    Hope this addresses you question.

  4. Doug Ingoldsby says:

    Stephen Asks:

    You suggest separating the fiber and green phyto product. My shake includes the fiber and powder, hopefully this works for general use. It would be very challenging to figure out how to use both separated.
    The Vitamin Professor Responds:

    Dear Stephen,

    Thank you for your interest in ALL ONE and this blog.

    Certainly no harm will come from mixing a shake that contains one of our ALL ONE Multiple powders and our ALL ONE Totally Fiber at the same time.

    However, keep in mind the particular functions of the two different supplements. ALL ONE Multiple powders are designed to add, infuse and supplement various nutrients into the body whereas ALL ONE Totally Fiber is designed to assist in the elimination of various toxins from the body. That is why I recommended to take the ALL ONE Multiple in the morning before the rigors of the day. The vitamins, minerals, amino acids and other food factors in ALL ONE will help provide greater energy at a time when it is needed.

    The same logic follows as to why I recommend taking ALL ONE Totally Fiber in the evening before retiring. The blend of organic flax along with various soluble and in soluble fibers from date fiber, prune fiber, barley fiber, rice fiber, beet fiber and psyllium husks help a more thorough elimination upon arising in the morning.

    I will reiterate here as I did in the post you referred to in your question on

    I believe that taking psyllium husks by themselves is far to harsh on the system. They are inexpensive but, it is my feeling, they should be buffered with other more gentle fibers like organic flax, date fiber, prune fiber, barley fiber, rice fiber, beet fiber.

    Does it make sense?

    Think of it as: Good goes in … bad goes out.

    Hope this addresses you question.

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