A high-fiber diet can mean a reduced health risk, especially when it comes to stroke, hypertension and heart disease.

What’s a proper amount of fiber, though? Good question. The recommended daily allowance usually falls somewhere between 25-30 grams. And getting the right amount of fiber would require eating about 15 slices of whole wheat bread per day.

Fortunately, there are a wide variety of natural sources to utilize.

Some top choices include:

• Beans (lentils, black)
• Whole grains (whole wheat bread, pasta)
• Brown rice
• Popcorn
• Nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts)
• Baked potato with skin
• Berries (raspberries, blackberries)
• Bran cereal
• Oatmeal
• Vegetables (artichokes, broccoli)

New Earth allows you take things a step further. In fact, when you pair the recommended daily allowance of these top fiber sources with New Earth’s Probiotics, you will actually maximize your digestive and intestinal support.

Probiotics are considered ”good” bacteria and live naturally in the gut. When properly fed or supplemented, they’re allowed to grow, thrive and even balance bacteria there while supporting overall health.

Learn more about New Earth’s Probiotics (Acidophilus, Bifidus and Spectrabiotic) by visiting