The power of fibre

Fibre

Why fibre? As part of an overall healthy diet, eating foods with fibre has benefits beyond helping you feel full. Yet most of us don't get nearly enough. The good news is, many fruits, veggies and hearty whole grains can boost your fibre intake. Find out how getting your recommended daily intake of fibre can help you feel good.

  • Our Perspective: A Whole Food Approach to Fibre

    Our Perspective: A Whole Food Approach to Fibre

    When we talk about fibre, we picture whole foods. Fresh fruits and vegetables, hearty grains, crunchy nuts and wholesome seeds readily share their fibre with us. Yet despite the abundance of fibre…

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  • 10 Simple Ways to Increase Fibre in Your Diet

    10 Simple Ways to Increase Fibre in Your Diet

    Fibre is a type of carbohydrate that is found in plant foods. It is an important nutrient with many health benefits. Eating a healthy diet rich in fibre helps…

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  • Fibre 101

    Fibre 101

    Despite the fact that fibre doesn't contain any calories and has numerous health benefits, Canadians tend to eat about 15 g of fibre per day, which is barely half of what is recommended. We believe…

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  • Finding Time for Fibre with a Little Prep and Planning

    Finding Time for Fibre with a Little Prep and Planning

    Why are so many Canadians not getting enough fibre? It may come down to time. We move in a fast-paced society, where the social dynamics of food have changed, while the fundamental principles of fibre have not…

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  • Letting Fibre Work for You

    Letting Fibre Work for You

    We heart fibre! An unsung hero for our hearts, soluble fibre is now being recognized for its star potential in supporting healthy cholesterol levels — a good thing for cardiovascular health…

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