Natural Evolution Green Banana Resistant Starch 250g

Natural Evolution Green Banana Resistant Starch 250g


Made from pharmaceutical grade Green Lady Finger Banana Resistant Starch, this highly nutritious supplement benefits gut health and digestion, regulates blood sugar, helps lower blood pressure and cholesterol and more. Add to smoothies or use in the place of flour. 250g.  

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  • Responsibly and ethically farmed in Australia. 
  • Made with natural ingredients.
  • Green banana products reduces the amount of unsaleable food waste. Green cavendish bananas are packed full of nutrients but since they cannot be sold for consumption due to specific supermarket guidelines, they would otherwise go to waste.   
  • Palm oil free. 
  • Vegan. 


  • Ultimate multi-fibre nutritional supplement. 
  • Improves gut health and nourishes healthy gut bacteria. 
  • Aids and regulates digestion and improves metabolism. 
  • A source of serotonin to balance your mood, prevent headaches and migraines and improve sleep. 
  • High in minerals and increases mineral absorption - aids in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. 
  • Regulates blood sugar, helps lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Use in smoothies or liquids for a healthy nutrition boost. 
  • Use instead of flour to make bread, pasta, cakes, season meats, etc. 
  • Free from gluten, grains, nuts, dairy, sugar, egg, soy and dairy. 
  • Suitable for vegans, paleo diets and people with gluten sensitivity. 

dimensions / ingredients:

250g / 100% Australian Natural Green Lady Finger Bananas.

Made in Australia, 

  • Shop by your values Certified Cruelty Free, Dairy free, Ethically sourced

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