The Fiber Bars you Actually Want to Eat
Fiber d'Lish is a sweet moment of blissful escape from the mundane. It’s fiber that tastes like a soft-baked, chewy cookie, and has a mission to help you to feel great, both inside and out.
Each flavorful Fiber d'Lish bar provides 12 grams of dietary fiber in only 130-160 calories. The first ingredient in Fiber d'Lish is a special proprietary blend of insoluble and soluble fiber, delivered through a mix of whole grains, seeds, and prebiotic inulin. When soluble fiber and insoluble fiber are consumed together, they help to slow the absorption of fats and sugar into the bloodstream, and keep the digestive tract clean and efficient. This mix of soluble and insoluble fiber sets Fiber d'Lish apart from other fiber bars, and makes it the perfect snack for promoting satiety, heart health, and digestive regularity.
Additionally, the ingredients in Fiber d'Lish bars are honest and natural. All 10 Fiber d'Lish flavors are Non-GMO Project Verified, kosher and soy-free. All flavors but Blondie are also Vegan.
In short, Fiber d'Lish is all about you. So grab a Fiber d'Lish bar and get to feeling good.
About NuGo Fiber d'Lish
In 2014, NuGo Nutrition, known for making the best-tasting protein bars with top quality ingredients, set out to make a delicious, uncoated fiber bar. While on a mission to find the perfect fiber bar recipe, the team at NuGo realized that the perfect fiber bar already existed – in Gnu Foods FiberLove! Recognizing that FiberLove was making a fiber bar better than anyone else, NuGo acquired the FiberLove brand and renamed the bars NuGo Fiber d’Lish. With a new name that accentuates their amazing taste, Fiber d’Lish bars will soon be available in more stores throughout the United States, making the healthiest and tastiest fiber bar even easier for all to enjoy!
Fiber d’Lish bars are identical to FiberLove bars in every way but in name. To learn more about Fiber d’Lish bars and the health benefits of fiber, visit out FAQs section.
Fiber d'Lish News
Reduced blood pressure. Lower cholesterol. Healthy weight. What two things do all of these health perks have in common? Number one - they contribute to heart health. Number two - they are influenced by fiber intake. Amazing, but true, that the amount of fiber we consume protects our ticker – among the many other positive outcomes, like reduced chances of stroke and diabetes. With February being Heart Month, now is a perfect time to focus on at least a few lifestyle behaviors that attend to the heart - daily physical activity, stress management, and more fiber, to name a few.
Summertime is the peak season for blueberries, which are packed with soluble fiber and antioxidants. Enjoy tart blueberries on your cereal, toss them in a fruit salad, or add them to baked goods and new summer dishes. When you don’t have fresh blueberries available, grab Fiber d’Lish Blueberry Cobbler - our flavor of the month! With only 130 calories and a whopping 12 grams of fiber, you now have the perfect swap for blueberry pie! For health facts and fun facts about blueberries, take a look at our blueberry infographic.
So, you’re going on vacation – and we’re sure it’s well-deserved! Once you have your suitcase packed, your itinerary ready, and your cat-sitter hired, you’re just about ready for the time of your life. But there’s one more oft-overlooked thing you should consider: how to eat healthy on vacation, so you can make sure you’ll feel well enough to make the most of your plans!
When on vacation, people tend to eat differently than they usually do at home. Whether you’re eating out at restaurants with bigger portions, trying local cuisine with unfamiliar ingredients, or dining at times that aren’t in line with your usual daily schedule, vacation-eating can throw your body for a bit of a curve.
Since there’s nothing that can ruin plans quite like digestive issues, we want to provide you with some ways in which you can keep your digestion as regular as possible.