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Smart swaps: Fibre

Smart swaps: Fibre

With its ability to reduce cholesterol, help blood sugar control, fill you up for longer and keep you regular, fibre is the original super nutrient. Women need to aim for at least 25g of fibre and men, 30g daily. But, in reality, most adult Kiwi women eat only 17g a day and men only 22g. Try these smart swaps to help boost your fibre every day.

 

Swap an 80g serve of your plain white pasta

For a 50g serve of Explore Cuisine Edamame and Mung Bean Fettuccine Pasta

That’s a whopping 8.4g more fibre

Instead of a cup of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes at breakfast

Choose Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes

Boost your breakfast by 6.3g fibre

Instead of 2 toast slices of Burgen Ancient Grains Bread

Choose Burgen Wholemeal & Seed

Get an extra 3.7g fibre per serve

Switch Uncle Ben’s Classic Basmati Rice

For Uncle Ben’s Rice & Grains Rice Medley: Brown, Red & Wild Rice

Grab an extra 2.7g fibre per serve

Instead of 4 Huntley & Palmers Sesameal Original crackers

Nosh on 2 Ryvita Multigrain Rye Crispbreads

Double your fibre with 2g extra fibre per serve

Add 1/4 cup raisins and 1/2 an apple

To your breakfast cereal

You’ll get an extra 3.3g fibre




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