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Following a low FODMAP diet? Here’s what you need to know about dietary fiber

A low FODMAP diet can help you discover which foods are triggering your gas, bloating or Irritable Bowel Syndrome symptoms. It may also lead to constipation due to the restriction of high-fiber foods. In this white paper, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Derek Timm provides tips to help you address the fiber deficiency, without worsening of symptoms, […]

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Americans are getting less happy: Here’s what to do about it.

The latest edition of the World Happiness Report has some troubling news: Stress is on the rise and mental health is on the decline worldwide. Research shows that American adults have been getting less happy since 2000 while adolescents have been suffering higher rates of sadness since 2010. Nutritional biochemist Shawn Talbott offers tips to […]

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Advice from Dr. Poo: 8 steps to take before considering chemical laxatives

Being constipated isn’t fun at all. It’s uncomfortable for adults and kids, and sometimes especially tough for those of us who care for constipated kids! Everyone seems to offer advice on how to help manage this condition, but we really like the approach of America’s favorite pediatrician Dr. Bill Sears, also known as Dr. Poo. […]

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Viewers learn to spot fake and real heart-health products in under 5 minutes

What’s better for your heart: A can of beans or soup labeled “heart healthy”? In less than five minutes, board certified nutritionist Jonny Bowden, PhD gave San Diego TV KUSI News viewers easy tips for distinguishing misleading and real heart-health products. In this interview, he told co-anchor Allen Denton why Sunfiber deserves a place in […]

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Chef Viverito’s fiber-packed spicy slaw

Chef Viverito shared his personal story about losing weight and boosting his health by following the keto diet with Las Vegas Morning Blend viewers. The international chef also explained that the keto diet is often low in fiber. Getting enough soluble fiber can help you manage your weight as well as support your digestive health. […]

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Morning TV’s list of top health food finds includes Sunfiber

The hottest healthy foods were revealed on Toronto Breakfast Television. Sunfiber was included, as were trendy hemp-based protein and bone broth. Registered holistic nutritionist and author Andrea Donsky, who revealed the list, called Sunfiber her “favorite fiber.” Sunfiber has a Health Canada-approved claim for its effectiveness in managing IBS symptoms, as well as its ability […]

KABC Los Angeles calls prebiotic fiber the next big thing

Soluble fiber called the next big thing on ABC-TV’s Eyewitness News

Foods such as asparagus, oatmeal, black beans and avocados help prebiotics do their job. These foods are rich in soluble fiber, a nutrient dubbed the “next big thing” on ABC-TV’s Eyewitness News, Los Angeles. Nutritional biochemist Shawn Talbott, explained: “They can grow good bacteria and also starve out bad bacteria, as bad bacteria will sometimes […]

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Sunfiber included in WholeFoods Magazine’s top supplement list

Supplements can help fill the gaps in your diet, as well as boost your intake of powerful nutrients to help your body thrive. Board-certified nutritionist Jonny Bowden listed six supplements that are a great addition to your diet in this WholeFoods Magazine article. We’re honored that he included Sunfiber. Getting enough fiber in your diet […]

Mayo Clinic: eat more fiber

Eat more fiber. That’s the advice of the Mayo Clinic. While fiber is widely known for its ability to help reduce constipation, higher fiber consumption has also been shown to provide a wider range of health benefits. Clinical research indicates that fiber plays a positive role in normalizing bowel movements, maintaining bowel health, lowering cholesterol […]

Michigan State advises adding fiber

Michigan State advises adding fiber to your diet. It’s easy, according to Ashley Parrish of Michigan State University Extenson. Parrish recommends many ways to increase fiber in your diet: Leave the skin on whole fruits and vegetables Choose brown rice, whole wheat bread and pastas over white bread and rice Choose foods with “whole grain” listed […]

Kids need fiber, too

Kids need fiber, too, according to an Oklahoma State University (OSU) extension educator. Dietary fiber is important for individuals of all ages, but children’s fiber needs are sometimes overlooked, writes LaDell Emmons in a recent issue of the McAlester News-Capital. Fiber helps prevent constipation and provides important nutrients and vitamins, advises Emmons. A child’s fiber […]