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Why is Fiber So Amazing?

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Your new favorite f-word is fiber. You may think about fiber as something your grandparents worry about or maybe you don’t think about fiber at all. (Fiber is sad to hear that.) Well, we are here to explain why fiber is an amazing nutrient that people of ALL ages need to keep top of mind.


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Not to be a bummer but government stats show that an estimated 70 million people in America are affected by digestive diseases. In fact, colon cancer cases are increasing among younger Americans and 12% of cases affect people under the age of 50. 

And let’s not forget about constipation. It turns out16 out of 100 adults have symptoms of constipation. In case you aren’t sure if that is you,the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases says you may be constipated if you go number two less than three times a week, have stools that are hard, dry, or lumpy, and/or have stools that are difficult or painful to pass. (Spoiler alert:these are all signs you may not be getting enough fiber!)


Digestive wellness is more than just addressing the potential issues in one’s gut. Have you ever felt sick to your stomach? Or were told to trust your gut? It turns out that our brain and gut are connected. According to Harvard Medical School and others, we should be paying attention to our gut-brain connection because our lack of well-being can contribute to digestive problems.Our gut, and microbes in it, play a significant part in our immune system. 

In short, improving digestive health can support the overall well-being and vice versa (and who doesn’t want to lower their stress levels?).So how can you take care of your gut and mind? You may have guessed it - load up on your old friend fiber.


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Fiber has always been talked about as an essential part of nutrition. Amazing fiber benefits include aiding with weight management, boosting immunity because 70% of the immune system is in the gut, improving regularity, helping regulate blood sugar levels, and helping to prevent gastrointestinal diseases such as colon cancer.


Wondering what exactly fiber does to your gut to achieve these benefits? Fiber acts like a broom in your gut cleaning out bacteria and other build-up in your intestines. 

There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble fiber. Soluble fibers are those that dissolve in water. Insoluble fiber on the other hand does not dissolve in water. Insoluble fiber helps prevent constipation by moving the food through your digestive system. You want both types of fiber in your life. 

There are many sources of fiber that you can start incorporating into your diet. Foods like avocado, apples, bananas, broccoli, quinoa, chickpeas, and oats are excellent sources of fiber. 


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An estimated 95% of American adults don't get their recommended fiber intake. The USDA recommends that for adults up to age 50, the daily fiber intake per day should be 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men. What's disappointing is that most Americans consume only 10 to 15 grams of fiber per day which is far below daily recommendation.

It is not surprising because most of us don't have enough time to whip up a nutritious, fiber-enriched meal for every meal. We understand you are busy and that is why it is time to meet Bonny. 


Bonny is a fiber supplement powder that helps you meet your recommended daily fiber intake. Bonny’s fiber supplement powder is made up of a custom fiber blend containing psyllium husk powder and inulin for a crafted combo of soluble and insoluble fiber. Most other fiber supplements only have one source of fiber, but you deserve both soluble and insoluble fibers in one supplement.

Psyllium husks are insoluble fibers that form into a gel in the gut. Inulin is a natural prebiotic soluble fiber that promotes digestive cleansing and also is a natural sweetener. In simpler terms, inulin helps feed the good bacteria in your gut, and psyllium has a laxative effect. 

We're proud to say that Bonny is ahead of the game in making sure that your gut health is glorious


Bonny means beautiful in Scottish and that is how fiber should look, taste, and make you feel. Our fiber supplements are all-natural, plant-based, research-backed, and delicious. In other words, Bonny is an awesome daily fiber supplement to support your gut (and mind).

And as always, we wish you pleasant poops.