"You are what you eat." It's not just a silly idiom. What you eat determines what nutrients are available for your body to do its job, and affects how you'll feel throughout the day.
But how you feel is also largely dependent on how well you digest what you eat. Having healthy digestion is a big part of making sure your body can use the good nutrients you take in, and get rid of the toxins and waste you don't need. Use these easy tips to improve digestion and help yourself feel even better in your body!
Do you love banana bread? If you do, you'll go bananas for Fiber d'Lish Banana Walnut. With sweet, bakery-inspired taste that feels like you're getting a treat fresh out of the oven, Banana Walnut makes the perfect pick-me-up snack – and gets you well on your way to meeting your daily fiber goal!
To celebrate the tasty fruit that makes our Banana Walnut bar so delicious, take a look at our banana infographic to learn fun facts about America's favorite fruit. (One fun fact: Bananas are, in fact, America's favorite food, based on the amount consumed relative to other fruits.)
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!
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