1 Case FiberRich+ Sunflower Seed Crispbread
40% Dietary FiberEach Cracker Contains:
- 3.5 grams fiber
- 3 grams net carbs
- 25 calories per slice
- Sunflower seeds are an excellent source of Vitamin E, the body’s primary heart healthy fat-soluble antioxidant.
- Sunflower seeds’ phytosterols lower cholesterol
- Magnesium found in sunflower calm your nerves, muscles and blood vessels
- Improved detoxification and cancer prevention from sunflower seeds’ selenium
Benefits of Sunflower Seeds in your Diet
By Bliss Tree
Aside from being naturally rich in folate (perfect from pregnant women!) and antioxidant Vitamin E, sunflower seeds are also packed with mono- and poly-unsaturated fats which help keep the bad cholesterol away. It’s also high in selenium and copper, which, together with Vit. E, prevents cellular damage that may lead to cancer, heart disease, and other health problems.
There have also been studies indicating that sunflower seeds are high in many phytochemicals– such as choline, lignan, phenolic acids, and betaine, as well as the amino acid arginine — which have a wide array of health benefits.
Each case contains 10 packages with 120g (14 or 15 crackers).
What is New?
Our clinicians in Norway have been working to develop a cracker that is both high in fiber and packed with flavor. Their winning formula:
FiberRich+ + Sunflower Seeds = High Dietary Fiber + Delicious Taste
A Crunchy AND Tasty Crispbread
One serving of two crackers provides 7 grams of fiber, which is 28% of your daily value of dietary fiber. Each cracker is low fat and contains 3.5 grams of fiber, 3 grams of net carbs, and only 25 calories. The benefits of sunflower seeds: Delicious taste and a good source of Vitamin E and Selenium.
This product is great for those looking to add high fiber to their diet with the delightful taste of toasted sunflower seeds. Each case contains 10 packages with 150g (14 or 15 crackers).
Take the Appetite Control Challenge!
Eat two FiberRich+ crackers with your favorite toppings; drink a glass of water and you will quickly feel a sense of fullness that will reduce or eliminate your need to snack.
Additional High Fiber Health Benefits
With a gradual increase of fiber (and water) into your diet, you could reduce the risk of colon cancer, intestinal disorders, heart disease, constipation, the production of LDL's ("bad cholesterol") and aid in moderate weight loss. The Food and Drug Administration and the National Cancer Institute both recommend high fiber diets, which amounts to 20-35 grams of fiber per day, although they are careful to recommend you get your fiber from foods and not dietary supplements.
Soluble fiber helps lower blood cholesterol levels and control blood glucose levels for people with diabetes. Examples of soluble fiber are: Oatbran, barley, kidney beans, fruits, and vegetables. Insoluble fiber remains virtually intact while passing through the body which causes the feeling of fullness, and provides less calories to the body. Some examples of insoluble fiber are: Wheat bran, vegetables and whole grains.
High-fiber foods also contain a considerable amount of antioxidants and phytochemicals, which are an advantage in any diet."