Try adding the Benefiber or Fibersure when cooking your meals, making smoothies, spaghetti sauces, baking, your morning OJ, or whatever. No taste, not gritty and no one will know you added the extra fiber. Side effect with any fiber, gas.
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If you've ever had trouble getting enough fiber into your diet, this is the bread for you. It comes in great flavors including - ha! - white, which are packed full o' fiberiffic goodness. Don't forget the reduced fat peanut butter.
If your sandwiches are boring and you just can't get in enough fiber, grab a loaf and reap the rewards. Oh, and it tastes great, too!
Dr. Mark Hyman says Switching abruptly to a high-fiber diet can cause gas and bloating. Increase your fiber intake slowly until you get up to 50 grams a day. Eat 2 tablespoons of ground flax seeds a day. Sprinkle on salads, grains, or vegetable dishes or mix in a little unsweetened applesauce. Include a few handfuls of almonds, walnuts, pecans, or hazelnuts to your diet every day. If you’re have trouble getting your fill of fiber, choose a supplement that contains both soluble & insoluble fiber,
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