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Hi Jenna. There should be a little scoop inside the packet. If not, then try using a flat teaspoonful. To be honest, I don't think it matters a lot to be quite so accurate. If you use too much you know because the liquid goes extremely gloopy very quickly. Don't overdo it, especially at first. It's a good idea to… see more Hi Jenna. There should be a little scoop inside the packet. If not, then try using a flat teaspoonful. To be honest, I don't think it matters a lot to be quite so accurate. If you use too much you know because the liquid goes extremely gloopy very quickly. Don't overdo it, especially at first. It's a good idea to get to know how much your digestive system is happy with. The recommended amount doesn't have any negative effects on me, but everyone's different. A tiny amount goes a long way. I usually use two scoops or a teaspoonful in a small cup of water, stir it vigorously for a few seconds then knock it back as quickly as possible followed by another cup or two of water or something else. It's not the most pleasant thing in the world but I've been experimenting with things like fruit drinks and milk to make it taste better. Sometimes I use it in a smoothie. Skinny Sprinkles is made of the same stuff but with sweeteners and flavours added. Its slightly easier to take but has calories (can't remember how many) and is very expensive if used over a long period of time. I hope that helps. Good luck. And if you don't find a scoop inside (they are quite small and easily missed at first), let me know and I'll post you one of mine, or you could contact the manufacturer and ask them to send you one. :-) see less
By Mrs D. on 03 November 2014
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I use a sports protein shaker to mix it. As it basically solidifies water you have to mix and consume straight away. Hope this helps
By Robb1eb on 03 November 2014
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I stopped using as I started to get pain in my appendix, a while later I saw a documentary which linked this type of diet powder to an increase in women being admitted with appendicitis, I would research it.
By J. Feather on 12 January 2015
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It also tastes quite unpleasant!
By lydia roberts on 28 July 2015
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no best with watei
By deedee on 13 April 2016
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I don't know anything about ispaghula granules but I can definitely say that Bulk Powders empty the bowels well and truly!
By Mrs. Cynthia Kno on 04 January 2015
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