Why I included Sunfiber in my nutritional besties article

Sunfiber in my nutritional-besties article

October 2, 2015

I’m always being asked which foods to eat. In my article, Foods with Medicinal Muscle, in Eating Naturally magazine article, I suggested increasing fiber intake because it is significantly lacking in the typical American diet. A daily fiber supplement is one of the easiest ways to boost daily intake. I included Sunfiber in my nutritional besties article because it offers more benefits than other daily fiber supplements.

Fiber packs a lot of power. Studies have shown that a high-fiber diet may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and cancer. It may also help you manage your weight by curbing hunger and helping you feel full longer. Getting adequate fiber can also help you maintain digestive health. The United States’ Dietary Guidelines recommend that adults consume at least 27 grams of fiber each day. Most Americans actually get much less.

The Nutrition Facts label lists how much fiber is in your packaged food. Black beans are a great source as they contain 15 grams of fiber, plus 15 gram of protein, per cup. Other smart choices are popcorn and corn. Grains have fiber, too. Despite the options, it can be a challenge to get all the fiber you need each day. Consider adding Sunfiber to your food and beverages. This gluten-free fiber supplement can help you meet your daily fiber requirement.

Of all the fiber supplements on the market, I chose Sunfiber because it’s easy to use. This gluten-free powder dissolves crystal clear in water. Mixed into a favorite food or non-carbonated beverage, it is colorless, odorless and tasteless, yet delivers the fiber your body needs. Sunfiber can be used when cooking or baking. It won’t alter the texture of foods. And, unlike some other fiber supplements, Sunfiber has no uncomfortable side effects. It’s a truly regulating fiber so it helps with both occasional constipation and diarrhea. It’s also an excellent prebiotic for maintaining the friendly bacteria in your gut.

Meet the Experts

  • Dr. Felicia D. Stoler is a registered dietitian, exercise physiologist and expert consultant in nutrition and healthful living. She was the host for the reality show, Honey We’re Killing the Kids on TLC. She is the author of Living Skinny in Fat Genes™: The Healthy Way to Lose Weight and Feel Great (Pegasus 2011). She specializes in integrating behavior modification to influence positive health outcomes. Stoler is the published author of numerous articles on nutrition, exercise, health and wellness.

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