- 6 Fiber Sources
- Mixes Easily
- 10 Calories Per Serving
- 5g Dietary Fiber
The True Strength Of Fiber
It's generally recommended that adults consume 25 to 35 grams of fiber per day. Most Americans only get about half that amount. Fiber's value to athletes and health-conscious individuals is centered on its important role in digestive system support. If you're not consuming enough fruits and vegetables to meet your fiber needs, adding a teaspoon of Fitness Fiber to your favorite beverage, protein shake, oatmeal or bowl of cereal gets you 5 grams closer to meeting your goal - with only 10 additional calories.
Add 1 teaspoon of Fitness Fiber to any beverage or food with a consistency that permits easy mixing. Sauces, dressings, soups, puddings and cottage cheese are all good examples. Stir until thoroughly mixed.
To assess your tolerance for extra dietary fiber, start with one serving per day, preferably with a meal. You can gradually add additional servings with other meals or protein shakes as needed.
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