I use benefiber or Fibersure powders. Both dissolve in any type of liquid, hot or cold. They are not gritty or have any taste. I started out VERY slowly adding then into my diet. If a product contained 5 gm of fiber in a teaspoon, I started with 1/4 of a teaspoon for a couple of days, then to a 1/2 teaspoon a day and so on. I can now throw a heaping teaspoon into my cereal without having problems. However, my CD also appears to be in remission and that might be why I can tolerate fiber so well. My mother that has ulcerative colitis uses Benefiber twice a day to bulk up her stools. It has really helped her.
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