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Why do people love Protein but think Fibre is boring?

by Jacinta Plazzer on August 30, 2023

Unlike most smoothie powder companies, at Yeppoonie Smoothie we love Fibre more than Protein. Yes protein is an essential nutrient and you need it to survive, but fibre is what your gut needs to be happy, and a happy gut means a happy you! 

Research shows that many Australians are not getting enough dietary fibre. The recommended daily intake of dietary fibre in Australia is 25 grams for women and 30 grams for men which is not matched by many Australians.

That’s why having a good amount of dietary fibre was one of our major focuses in our blends while we started Yeppoonie Smoothie. 

Our blends range from 7.2 grams to 11.8 grams per serve, so will greatly assist in increasing your fibre intake, particularly if you consume all three in a day. We recommend a slow introduction to build up your tolerance if you have not included a lot of fibre in your diet to date. 

When you shift to Yeppoonie Smoothie Blends, you’ll easily fulfil your fibre intake deficiency and also enjoys these health benefits:

Digestive Harmony: A fibre-rich diet promotes regular bowel movements, preventing constipation and diarrhoea. It's the secret to a happier gut!

Weight Management: High-fibre foods keep you full for longer, make portion control easier and support your weight management goals.

Blood Sugar Balance: Fibre slows sugar absorption, helping stabilise blood sugar levels. This is particularly beneficial for diabetics and those aiming for balanced energy levels.

Healthier Heart: Fibre can lower LDL cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease and supporting a healthier cardiovascular system.

Longevity & Wellness: Studies suggest a fibre-rich diet is linked to a longer, healthier life. It's an investment in your future well-being.

Click here to shop all the fibre-rich Yeppoonie Smoothie Blends to enjoy your life to the fullest! 





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