Want to lose those last few stubborn kilos? Whilst there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, what we do know is that fibre is one of the key nutrients you’ll need. Soluble fibre in particular is important. This type of fibre is responsible for slowing down how fast digested foods are released into the gut. A healthy intake of fibre ensures we stay fuller for longer, making it easier to resist that 3 o’clock snack attack.
So, How Can You Up Your Fibre Game?
It’s simple! With our unflavoured, 100% dissolvable, heat-stable GUT FIBRE Cleansing Powder. In just 2 teaspoons, you’ll be able to hit your daily fibre intake. Here’s a few SWIISH tips and tricks to add FIBRE into your everyday…
1. Add it to recipes!
We love boosting our baking with fibre – particularly when we’re trying to eat a little cleaner and feel fuller for longer. Some of our favourite recipes include this Zucchini & Chickpea Loaf (excellent for a mid-morning snack) and Pear & Raspberry Bliss Banana Bread (the perfect grab-and-go brekkie snack).
2. Mix it with other SWIISH Powders
Did you know you can mix FIBRE with any of our other SWIISH wellness powders! (Here’s our Mixing Cheat Sheet for more info). Check out the most popular powders to combine FIBRE with…
3. Make it part of your AM routine
Whether it’s coffee, a smoothie or lemon water – we’ve all got a drink we can’t start the day without. Our trick is to make adding FIBRE to this an everyday habit, that way we never forget.
Hitting your daily fibre requirements (which 7/10 adults aren’t) helps:
Keep you fuller for longer
Reduce and prevent abdominal fat
Strengthen the gut microbiome
So, let’s kick those extra kilos with FIBRE!
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