Dandy Blend - Prebiotic Coffee Substitute

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Dandy Blend is a mix of roasted chicory and dandelion roots, that simulates coffee taste. The blend also contains roasted beets, barley and rye. All the ingredients in the mix are important sources of prebiotic fiber, so the final product is loaded with inulin and other prebiotics. In fact if you would eat that much fiber you would have some serious stomach cramps and bloating. However, during roasting, a lot of the inulin is converted into sugar, hence the beverage is a little sweet, most people wouldn't need any sugar.

Dandy Blend is naturally coffee free, and it is excellent for your digestive health, immunity, and all benefits that stem from eating prebiotics. It's one of the best tasting instant coffee substitutes, and not only is a great replacement for coffee lovers with stomach problems, but if you cusume regularly, you'll get major health benefits from it.

Keep Dandy Blend in an air tight container, as it absorbs moisture very easily, and you can end up with a clump of hardened stuff. If you keep it in the freezer, it won't absorb moisture, because there isn't any. 

Start with a small cup of Dandy Blend, too much prebiotic can cause you bloating and stomach cramps, if you are not used to it. Start with a small quantity, and increase it over a month.  


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