Our Perspective: Taking a Natural Approach to Fiber

Our Perspective: Taking a Natural Approach to Fiber

When we talk about fiber, we picture whole foods in their most natural state. Fresh fruits and vegetables, hearty grains, crunchy nuts and wholesome seeds readily share their fiber with us. Yet despite the abundance of fiber, many people don't get nearly enough of it.

Simply put, we need fiber to maintain a healthy, functioning body and to feel our best. Luckily, nature makes it easy for us to find it and, more importantly, enjoy it.

At Kashi, we believe the natural world has much to offer our health and wellness. We strive to honor its inherent goodness by choosing real ingredients and minimally processing them to make our foods. In this way, we make the most of their taste, texture and natural nutrition benefits, like fiber. After all, a whole fresh apple has more fiber than when you remove its skin to make applesauce or apple juice.

A simple look outside inspires the fresh thinking for the food we create — even making fiber a delicious and natural part of your day. It's how we're resourceful at finding new ways to work fiber into our Kashi foods. Beans and whole grains add surprising new textures, rich flavors and, of course, a natural boost of fiber.

With so much natural variety around us, we're never at a loss for real food inspiration. So while you're satisfying your taste buds with our foods, you can also enjoy the benefits of fiber.

Because at Kashi, we believe fiber plays an important role in our wellness – and we happily share it with you.

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I have always avoided high fiber foods because of the carbohydrates, but I have also had digestive problems. Since I started eating more high fiber foods, like Kashi cereals and bars, whole grain rice, and beans, my digestion is much better. I have also increased my intake of water and green tea and decreased coffee and diet sodas. It makes sense that we eat the natural things God created for our bodies!
jennifer Y
on February 26, 2014
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