Trends in Fiber Ingredients

Current fiber intakes are low, and the majority of Americans fall alarmingly short of recommended intakes. Many nutrition authorities believe adding fiber ingredients to commonly consumed foods will help Americans bridge the fiber gap without adding significant calories to the diet.

Current fiber intakes are low, and the majority of Americans fall alarmingly short of recommended intakes. Many nutrition authorities believe adding fiber ingredients to commonly consumed foods will help Americans bridge the fiber gap without adding significant calories to the diet. While increasing fiber content in foods and beverages can be difficult, today’s range of high-fiber ingredients simplifies the task. And in some cases, added fiber not only

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