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Buy Fiber Online

Updated on April 8, 2011

Buy Fiber Online

Some folks call it roughage, but that's a tad indelicate and it doesn't fly off a trendy store shelf.Many of us know it as fiber, or dietary fiber. We eat it and it's good for us. Instead of sticking our head in a feed bag like a horse, we anonymously browse web sites for more appropriate fiber delivery methods. Here are a few fiber-rich possibilities.

Be sure to drink much water and stay well-hydrated as you increase your fiber intake. Things go much more smoothly that way. Bottled water works well, as does tap water. Carry around a water bottle at work: squeeze a little lemon juice into it just to add a little (low-calorie) flavor.

7th Heaven Doughnuts

Even policemen and policewomen appreciate a doughy fiber-filled snack treat such as the 7th Heaven Doughnut. Add a cup of fibrous coffee to complete a balanced breakfast. Each doughnut is high in protein, sugar free, and low in sodium: it hardly qualifies as a doughnut in the classic sense of 1950's boiled-in-lard-jelly-filled-cholesterol bombs, but we're not as young as we were back then. Anyway, these tasty treats are baked in loving ovens installed in kosher kitchens.

Super Seed by Garden of Life

Fiber in a plastic bottle offers innumerable possibilities for imaginative cooking. Look for "fiber" as the Secret Ingredient in an upcoming Iron Chef episode. Glamorous international chefs will grab handfuls of fiber from huge plastic jars and conceal it in filet mignon. B-List celebrities will sample exotic concoctions, and then disappear for a few hours. Super Seed fiber is 100% vegetarian and provides both soluble and insoluble fiber.

Fiber Choice Fiber Supplement Plus Antioxidants

Swallow your fiber whole, along with your multi-vitamins, your flax seed oil, your fish oil, and a big hunk of chocolate (you've earned it). These easy to swallow and digest fiber tablets taste like pomegranates, which makes them twice the superfood.

Slim-Fast Low-Carb Ready To Drink Creamy Chocolate and Vanilla

Imbibe your fiber and make yourself skinny at the same time with this amazing product. Luscious chocolate and vanilla drinks come in 11 ounce cans that can be packed in school lunches or sipped at the country club along with the cucumber sandwiches. One can packs a fiber wallop in only 190 calories and 2 grams of carbs. Every can is guaranteed kosher.

Pediasure Dietary Supplement Shakes with Fiber

What kind of parents would we be if we deprive our tiny babies of beneficial dietary fiber? That's a rhetorical question because obviously we are all excellent parents and we keep the larder well-stocked with baby-oriented fiber-rich foodstuff.

Dream Supreme Plus 100% Gel Filled Pillows

Don't eat the pillows. Rather, rest your head on a fiber-filled pillow and sleep the sleep of the righteous, secure in the knowledge that your family ingests proper quantities of fiber. The polyester gel fiber fill offers unparalleled comfort and can be run through the washer and drier if you spill any dietary fiber on it when you eat fiber in bed.

Oskri Fiber Bar, Almonds and Cranberries, Gluten Free

Disguise your fiber in organic goodies such as almonds, cranberries, raisins, and cashews. These delicious fiber bars are filling and filled with fiber, but they still taste like decadent candy bars purchased from the checkout line impulse-buy shelf. No one will ever know you're not gorging on high-fat chocolate bars. At first glace, one might surmise that the package is empty: each bar is guaranteed lactose-free, gluten-free, additive free, and includes only 4 grams of sugar. Don't feel cheated: there's simply more room for the 100% soluble fiber.

Weetabix Whole Grain Biscuit Cereal

Cereal is pretty much nature's intended fiber source, so a special cereal packed with yummy fiber can only hope to improve on nature. The Weetabix Food Company knows their fiber: they manufacture cereal products in over 13 countries, including the United States and Greece. They are proud to be Britian's best selling cereal. Weetabix products are excellent sources of fiber as well as whole grains. What more could you want for breakfast, except perhaps a little fiber in your coffee.


Conclusion

Find your fiber online. Good deals abound.

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    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 7 years ago from south Florida

      If they have pseudo-frosting, lead me to them!

    • nicomp profile image
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      nicomp really 7 years ago from Ohio, USA

      @Tom Whitworth : Yer preachin' to the choir.

      @drbj : I found some pseudo-doughnuts.

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      drbj and sherry 7 years ago from south Florida

      nicomp - that's why I prefer doughnuts. They're packed full of fiber - NOT!

    • Tom Whitworth profile image

      Tom Whitworth 7 years ago from Moundsville, WV

      nicomp,

      You have to watch this stuff or explosions may occur!!!!!!!!

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