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Chocolate and Peanuts are one of the most common pairs. The sweet and salty taste is a favorite for many people. Let NuGo Fiber d’Lish Peanut Chocolate Chip introduce you to 5 fun facts about Peanuts & Chocolate.

Found in the tropics, the coconut is known for its great versatility since there are many uses of its parts. Let NuGo Fiber d’Lish Coconut Macaroon introduce you to 5 fun facts about Coconuts.

Bananas are a rich source of carbs and potassium, while walnuts offer protein. Therefore eating bananas and walnuts together is good for us. Let NuGo Fiber d’Lish Banana Walnut introduce you to 5 fun facts about Bananas & Walnuts.  

Cranberries and Oranges both have lots to offer other than their sweet taste. They both have many health benefits such as improving immune function, decreasing blood pressure, and aiding cancer prevention. Learn 5 fun facts about Oranges and Cranberries from NuGo Fiber d’Lish Orange Cranberry!

Many of us can relate to the feeling of abdominal discomfort caused by bloating, but what causes that distended sensation and what can help relieve it?  It turns out, there are some typical culprits for feelings of gassiness, bloating and constipation. With the obvious being certain types of foods.  Difficult to digest foods such as…Read More

Blueberry is one of the most popular superfoods around. It’s a classic in summery fruit salads as well as known for its antioxidant prowess and low calorie count. However, some of blueberry’s health benefits and fun facts aren’t exactly common knowledge. Let NuGo Fiber d’Lish Blueberry Cobbler introduce you to 5 fun facts about Blueberries!

Chocolate is the most popular sweet treat in the world. People around the world consume more than 3 million tons of cocoa beans a year, according to the World Cocoa Foundation. And, not only does eating chocolate make you feel good, it may also be good for your heart and your brain. Let NuGo Fiber d’Lish…Read More

“Spring” into Fiber

Looking forward to summer’s harvest? Don’t overlook the fresh and flavorful spring crops. Loaded with nutrition – fiber included – spring crops boast leafy greens, their cruciferous cousins, and overwintered root vegetables among other things. Spring into these early season vegetables and get warmed up for summer’s wholesome treats that are just around the corner.

Why Fiber?

Dietary fiber (the kind you eat) is an exceedingly important nutrient found in plants that our bodies do not digest. Unlike most foods, fiber is not absorbed. Rather, it passes through the digestive tract creating bulk, and moving waste out of the body. While this doesn’t sound like top priority, it’s hard to account for…Read More

There are numerous benefits to ensuring we consume plenty of fiber in our daily diets = from blood glucose regulation to weight management to cholesterol reduction and cancer prevention. And these are just a few of the benefits. Experts recommend 25 – 35 grams of fiber per day, ideally from whole and unprocessed foods –…Read More