According to Dietary Guidelines issued by the USDA, adults should aim to for a daily fiber intake of at least 14 grams for every 1,000 calories consumed, setting a base Daily Value at 25 grams of fiber. (The Institute of Medicine recommends eating even more fiber for maximum health benefits. Think 21-25 grams for women and 30-38 grams for men.) You already know that each Fiber d'Lish bar has 12 grams of fiber, but what does 25 grams of fiber look like in other foods?
How much fiber is in an apple? Each large apple contains about 5 grams of fiber. Make sure to eat the skin!
Peanut Chocolate Chip! Not only does March mark National Nutrition Month, it's also National Peanut Month. Peanuts are like miniature powerhouses of nutrition, and there's no better way to enjoy them in moderation than by combining them with dark chocolate chips and a dose of feel-good fiber.
Take a look at our infographic below to learn more about the benefits of peanuts, and how you can enhance a popular dessert staple by adding in a Peanut Chocolate Chip bar.
February is American Heart Month, making it a great time to check in and make sure you’re giving your heart the love it deserves. In addition to eating a healthy diet, the Mayo Clinic lists “exercising for 30 minutes on most days of the week” as one of the best ways to prevent heart disease.
We know it can be hard to find 30 minutes to set aside for a workout, so we compiled some exercises you can do at home to help get your 30 minutes in every day. (If you need, you can even split your workout into two segments: 15 minutes in the morning and 15 minutes in the evening!) To keep yourself entertained during your home workout, try listening to upbeat music or watching an episode of your favorite sitcom.
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