Is all fiber created equal? Nope. Eating the wrong fiber bar can be self-sabotage, and the leading fiber bar manufacturers don’t deliver on the promise of fiber. Fortunately, at FiberLove, we have the backs of eaters everywhere.
It’s well known that fiber is an important part of a healthy diet. Yet, few people know how intensely beneficial fiber can be. For example, did you know that a 2011 study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine determined that a high-fiber diet lowers overall risk of early death by 22%, and that the life-prolonging health benefits of fiber are most strongly associated with the fiber found in unprocessed whole grains, rather than in processed fiber.
Relationships are great. But sometimes it's hard to keep up with healthy habits when emotions are involved.
We were lucky enough to sit down with dietitian Jessica Katz, who answered some hard-hitting relationship-nutrition questions. Like: How can you trick your significant other into eating healthily? Is there a way to protect your heart with food? What steps should be taken to upstage a frenemy?
Press play to find the answers, then read on for more tips in Jessica's blog post, below!
We have some great gnus news, and we’re so excited to share it with you! At Gnu Foods, we have always used the most natural ingredients we can find, so that you can be most naturally—and gloriously—you. With a burning desire to provide our friends and fans with the very best, we searched the world for suppliers of top quality Non-GMO verified ingredients, vetting each supplier like a dad vets his daughter's first date. Now, after a rigorous process, we're thrilled to announce that Gnu Foods’ new FiberLove Bars are the first high fiber bars on the market to be Non-GMO Project Verified!
You know what The Boss says: Everybody’s got a hungry heart. And though we're pretty sure he wasn’t talking about fiber, he might as well have been.
See, the American Heart Association recommends eating at least 25 grams of fiber per day. Why? Soluble fiber has been shown to reduce “bad” cholesterol, thus lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease. Plus, insoluble fiber has been associated with both decreased risk of heart disease and slowing the progression of heart disease in high-risk individuals.
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