Daily Fiber Intake- What 2 out of 3 People Get Wrong

Daily Fiber Intake- What 2 out of 3 People Get Wrong

Research shows that many people understand the health benefits of fiber and strive to increase their daily fiber intake.

How often do you eat 5+ servings per day?

The USDA recommends women under 50 years old eat 25 grams of fiber per day, and men under 50 eat 38 grams. Over 50, the numbers decrease slightly to 21g  for women and 30g for men.

2 out of 3 people think they are getting enough, but they're not. This blog post is a quick summary of the following YouTube video, discussing signs your intake is too low, long term benefits of fiber, and how to fix your fiber intake.

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Research shows two-thirds (67%) of consumers believe they meet their fiber needs, but only 5% actually do

4 Signs your daily fiber intake is too low

  1. Weight gain
  2. Always Hungry
  3. Constipation
  4. Energy and concentration vary

This means if you don't eat enough fiber most days, you're not maximizing your focus and weight loss goals!

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Long term benefits of daily fiber intake

Those who ate the most fiber reduced their risk of dying from cardiac disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and/or colon cancer by 16-24% compared to people who ate very little fiber.

3 tips to fix your fiber

  1. Try new high-fiber recipes
  2. Make a grocery list
  3. Have food ready! Meal prep

Eating more fiber makes it easy to lose weight!

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Also, below is the Plant-based Snack Pack, a free download with a sample of five of the favorite recipes + grocery list from the 30-Day Plant Based Transformation.

Both make it simple to increase your daily fiber intake, increase your energy, love your body again, and take confident ownership of your path to freedom and fitness.

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