Are you looking to prevent kidney stones, obesity, and even heart disease?
The best way to prevent these harmful diseases can be Fiber.
But surprisingly, the average American only consumes half the recommended amount of daily fiber.
According to the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health, Children and Adults are supposed to get roughly 20 to 30 grams of fiber per day for good health, but most Americans get roughly 15 grams.
Take a hard look at your diet.
Where do you think you can increase your Fiber intake?
That’s why we created this easily digestible infographic (see what we did there?) all about the importance of Fiber, and 20 foods that are delicious that can help you increase your Fiber intake.
Let’s jump in!