Nearly All Americans Fail to Eat Enough Fiber

Why is Fiber so important?
 
Fiber helps to slow down the rise in glucose after eating. 
 
Researchers found that if 1,000 people transitioned from a low-fiber diet to a high-fiber diet (25 to 29 grams per day), they’d prevent 13 deaths.
 
How can you get your daily Fiber intake?
 
Fiber comes from plants so that means fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, nuts, and seeds. Get creative with your delicious, high-Fiber snacks.
 
Did you know?
 

Did you know that the FDA recognizes only three sources of dietary fiber as effective in the reduction of blood cholesterol?

- Certain oat products

- Barley products

- Psyllium seed husk

Two of these, oats and psyllium seed husk, are gluten free, and both of these ingredients are included in our delicious Tandem Bars!

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See this post from vox.com for the whole story --> Fiber: The Ultimate Superfood