NEW! Plant-Based Fiber

Eat Your Fruits and Veggies

Eat Your Fruits and Veggies

Eating from the rainbow is a great way to naturally increase flavor and fiber, without having to resort to supplements. Dietary fiber can help relieve digestive discomfort and maintain a healthy weight, while lowering your risk of diabetes and heart disease, and helping to prevent colon cancer. Learn more. watch

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Italian Artichoke Pasta

Italian Artichoke Pasta

Artichokes have the most fiber of any vegetable (10 grams for a medium one). Learn how to take a steamed artichoke to new heights with this simple shrimp marinade for an upscale, yet affordable pasta dish. Then, watch your guests, so satisfied and happy, as they start speaking Italian – Mangia! watch

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Fiber Facts

Use our handy guides to learn how much fiber to aim for daily. Discover what foods are rich in fiber, and learn 20 easy ways to add more fiber to your meals today. Download Guide

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Your Well-Fed Plate

Remember when a big piece of protein dominated our plates with a small quantity of produce shoved to the side? Find out how a Mediterranean-inspired meal gives nature’s bounty the center of the plate. watch

THIS MONTH'S RECIPES

Italian Artichoke Pasta

Italian Artichoke Pasta

Elevate simple whole-grain pasta to delight both the palate and the eyes! Steam your artichokes earlier in the day and this beautiful, flavorful dish assembles easily. read more

Swiss Chard and White Bean Saute

Swiss Chard and White Bean Saute

Chard, featured here, is a member of the beet family. It has a long growing season, starting in late winter and early spring. Perfect for lunch or dinner, this flavorful sauté even stands up to breakfast alongside a simple scramble. Don’t be surprised if you snack on the leftovers throughout the day—combined with white beans, it’s high in fiber, protein, and flavor.  Here, we served it alongside low-fat sausage. read more

Lickety-Split Green Pea Soup

Lickety-Split Green Pea Soup

In almost no time at all, you can make a hot, satisfying soup with the fresh, bright flavor of green peas. High in fiber and protein, fresh or frozen peas belong in the spotlight! Make a batch on the weekend and have easy weeknight meals on hand.
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Italian Artichoke Pasta

Italian Artichoke Pasta

Elevate simple whole-grain pasta to delight both the palate and the eyes! Steam your artichokes earlier in the day and this beautiful, flavorful dish assembles easily. Continue Reading

Swiss Chard and White Bean Saute

Swiss Chard and White Bean Saute

Chard, featured here, is a member of the beet family. It has a long growing season, starting in late winter and early spring. Perfect for lunch or dinner, this flavorful sauté even stands up to breakfast alongside a simple scramble. Don’t be surprised if you snack on the leftovers throughout the day—combined with white beans, it’s high in fiber, protein, and flavor.  Here, we served it alongside low-fat sausage. Continue Reading

Lickety-Split Green Pea Soup

Lickety-Split Green Pea Soup

In almost no time at all, you can make a hot, satisfying soup with the fresh, bright flavor of green peas. High in fiber and protein, fresh or frozen peas belong in the spotlight! Make a batch on the weekend and have easy weeknight meals on hand.
Continue Reading