Find out why your body needs it and
how to get it.
We try to drink two
litres of water a day, exercise five times a week and have our
daily five servings of fruit and
sometimes life gets in the way-
you're r11shing around and forget to drink enough water. Or
so hectic at work, the gym has to
take a back seat. It's the same when it comes to getting your
daily dose of fibre.
Feeling healthy inside-out
about eating fruits and vegetables each day, plus pulses and
whole grains, and trying to squeeze healthy eating into our busy
a difficult task. But now there's a new and
convenient way to boost your intake
Benefits of fibre
helps our bodies run like
clockwork. It is important for both adults and children. The
five-a-day message for fruit and vegetables is now well know.
Health experts stress that eating five portions is a great
source of fibre.
However, not all
fruits are fibre-equal. Bananas are quite low, while
pears are high in fibre. Green vegetables contain the most fibre.
Pulses offer heaps of fibre too.