Benefits of Fiber

Dietary fiber – naturally found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes – is known for keeping us regular. However, fiber also provides many other benefits, such as helping to support the digestive system, nourish intestinal flora, and promoting overall well-being.* Making sure you get fiber in your diet is important for good health. But, in today’s busy world, even people who are making a conscientious effort to eat fruits, vegetables, and other fiber sources may still have trouble reaching their daily dietary fiber requirement.

Good for your digestive health and immune system.

Fiber, especially prebiotic fiber, is good for your digestive system because it feeds the good bacteria (called probiotics) that live in there. These good bacteria help keep the bad bacteria in check, help balance your digestive tract, which supports your immune health and help you that implies prevention digestive problems, while maintaining the overall health of your digestive system.1* That’s an important role, so it makes sense to ensure that these good bacteria are well-fed so they can perform at their best.

Fiber Choice® tablets and gummies are made with plant based fiber. Fiber Choice® , a prebiotic fiber supplement, is a convenient way to help the good bacteria in your digestive system to grow and thrive.*

Are you getting enough fiber?

The recommended daily fiber intake is 25 to 38 grams – about an ounce. But according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, most Americans only get about half that amount.2 Reaching your recommended daily fiber intake can be a challenge, but the inulin fiber in Fiber Choice® supplements makes that a lot easier. One serving of two chewable tablets or two gummies of Fiber Choice® equals four or three grams of fiber, respectively. So, up to three servings a day is a simple, convenient, and tasty way to help close the gap between the fiber you get from food and the fiber you need for overall good digestive health.*

Fiber-Rich Foods and You

A healthy lifestyle is a high fiber lifestyle.

Dietary fiber, along with a well-balanced diet, is important for good health. However, just figuring out how much fiber you are actually getting each day can be challenging. Chances are it’s probably less than you think. In today’s fast-paced world, we often reach for the most convenient packaged or fast foods when we should be reaching for fruits and vegetables, as they are great sources of fiber.

Learn which foods are excellent sources of fiber, and then complement your daily intake with the convenient choice – Fiber Choice®. Every serving of Fiber Choice® fiber supplements contains inulin fiber, the same fiber found in some fruits and vegetables. Convenient chewable tablets and gummies make Fiber Choice® an easy and tasty way to help you get to your daily recommended intake of 38 grams of fiber.

What Fiber Does

The more you know about digestive health and the benefits of fiber, the more you know how Fiber Choice® can help.

Dietary fiber, sometimes called roughage or bulk, is the part of plant foods that your body can’t digest, but makes its way through your digestive system, assisting in your overall health along the way.*

Fiber is naturally found in thousands of edible plants, including common fruits, vegetables, and grains, and comes in two broad types – soluble and insoluble. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and may help your body absorb vital nutrients from foods. Insoluble fiber stays in its fibrous form, helps food pass through the digestive system, and adds bulk to the stool. Both soluble and insoluble fiber can help support your regularity.2 Both types of fiber are important for digestion and overall health and are found (in varying proportions) in common fruits and vegetables. For example, bananas, leeks and asparagus contain inulin, a soluble fiber.

Fiber Choice® Supports Your Immune System

Fiber Choice® helps your healthy habits by giving you an easy way to get the fiber you need and more.

Not all fiber is created equal. Some can be derived from grain or can be manufactured. So when it comes to your fiber, get picky. With two Fiber Choice® tablets or gummies, you get a good source of fiber help support your digestive and overall health.*


 Among gastroenterologists who recommended a chewable fiber brand (tablets and gummies). IQVIA ProVoice survey (2020).

1 Gibson G. Dietary Modulation of the Human Gut Microflora Using the Prebiotics Oligofructose and Inulin. J. Nutr. 1999; doi:10.1093/jn.129.7.1438.

2 Lambeau KV, McRorie JW Jr. Fiber supplements and clinically proven heal benefits: How to recognize and recommend an effective fiber therapy. J Am Assoc Nurse Pract. 2017;29(4):216-223. doi:10.1002/2327-6924.12447