Welcome to High Fiber Diet

More and more research shows that a high-fiber diet may help prevent cancer, heart disease, and other serious ailments. The problem is that most Americans don't get enough fiber to realize its potential benefits. The typical American eats only about 11 grams of fiber a day, according to the American Dietetic Association. Health experts recommend a minimum of 20 to 30 grams of fiber a day for most people.

The Food and Drug Administration has recognized fiber's importance by requiring it to be listed on the Nutrition Facts panel of food labels along with other key nutrients and calories. Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol and high in fiber are associated with a reduced risk of certain cancers, diabetes, digestive disorders, and heart disease.

Are you getting enough fiber? High Fiber Diet has dietary fiber information on more than 6000 foods. Armed with the information on High Fiber Diet, we hope you'll be able to make better dietary decisions.