All-Bran* Donna
  • Lower Cholesterol

    Help lower
    cholesterol.

    Some people can lower their blood cholesterol by making simple changes to their diet and lifestyle. One of the simplest changes you can make is to eat more high fibre foods, especially foods high in soluble fibre, like psyllium.

    Add More Fibre to Your Foods
    Yogurt and Berry
    Parfait
    14g
    Fibre per serving
    1 cup (34 g) of All-Bran Buds* cereal with psyllium provides 35% of the daily amount of fibre shown to help lower cholesterol.

  • Lower Cholesterol

    Eat more
    high fibre
    foods.

    For example, adding just 1 cup of All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch* to your daily routine, can help you get the psyllium fibre you need.

    All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch*
     
    All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch*
    1 cup (34 g) of All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch* cereal with psyllium provides 45 % of the daily amount of fibre shown to help lower cholesterol..
  • Lower Cholesterol

    More
    simple tips:

    • Enjoy a variety of foods from the four food groups in Canada's Food Guide.
    • Choose lean meat, poultry without skin, and include fish in your diet.
    • Replace some of the the animal protein you eat with plant protein, like beans, peas, chick peas, lentils and tofu.
    • Eat less saturated and trans fat.
    • Be active and try to exercise regularly.
     
    All-Bran* Rhonda
    1 cup (34 g) of All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch* cereal with psyllium provides 45 % of the daily amount of fibre shown to help lower cholesterol.
  • Weight Maintenance

    Maintain
    a healthy
    body weight.

    A lot of things can contribute to what you weigh, including your food choices, activity level, genetics and your overall health status.

    Simple Recipes
     
    All-Bran* Dale
    As part of healthy eating, All-Bran Buds* may assist in
    maintaining a health body weight because it is high in fibre.
  • Weight Maintenance

    Hard-
    working
    fibre.

    One simple way to help maintain a healthy body weight is to increase your fibre intake with high fibre foods like All-Bran* cereals.

    Our High-fibre Food
     
    All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch*
    As part of healthy eating, All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch* may assist in maintaining a healthy body weight because it is high in fibre.

  • Weight Maintenance

    More
    Simple tips:

    • Enjoy a variety of foods from the four food groups in Canada's Food Guide.
    • Include foods that provide protein at meals and snacks.
    • Plan what you're going to eat ahead of time.
    • Watch your portion sizes.
    • Be active and try to exercise regularly.
    Buttermilk, Apple Pecan Muffins
    4g
    Fibre per serving
    As part of healthy eating, All-Bran Buds* may assist in
    maintaining a health body weight because it's high in fibre.
  • Promote Regularity

    Help with
    regularity.

    All fibres play a role in a healthy diet, but Health Canada has recognized that wheat bran fibre and psyllium fibre can help promote regularity††.

    Our High-fibre Foods
    Green
    Smoothie
    7g
    Fibre per serving
    The wheat bran fibre in All-Bran Buds* promotes regularity.
  • Promote Regularity

    Increase your
    fibre intake.

    A simple way to get more wheat bran fibre, is to add All-Bran Buds* to your daily routine.

    All-Bran Buds*
     
    All-Bran Buds*
    The wheat bran fibre in All-Bran Buds* promotes regularity.
  • Promote Regularity

    More
    simple tips:

    • Increase your fibre intake slowly so your body can adjust to the change.
    • Eat a healthy diet that includes foods that contain wheat bran and psyllium fibre.
    • Take a few minutes to relax before you eat. Stress can hinder optimal digestion.
    • Drink plenty of fluids. Aim for 9 or more cups of water every day.
    • Try to be active every day and aim for at least 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity each day.
    Berry Crunchy
    Crepes
    5g
    Fibre per serving
    The wheat bran fibre in All-Bran Buds* promotes regularity.
Fibre Tracker

Are you getting
enough fibre?

Did you know most Canadians only get half of the recommended daily fibre? The daily recommended amount is 38 g for men and 25 g for women. Use our handy fibre tracker to find out if the food you eat is giving you the fibre you need.

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Male

Pick the food you've eaten today:

  • All-Bran*
  • Servings per Day

    • All-Bran Multi-Grain Crunch* cereal Fibre 6g | Serving: 1 cup
       
       
    • All-Bran Original* cereal Fibre 12g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • All-Bran Buds* cereal Fibre 11g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • All-Bran Bran Flakes* Fibre 5g | Serving: 1 cup
       
       
  • Grains
  • Servings per Day

    • Whole wheat bread Fibre 2g | Serving: 1 slice
       
       
    • Rye bread Fibre 2g | Serving: 1 slice
       
       
    • Oatmeal (porridge) Fibre 2g | Serving: 3/4 cup
       
       
    • Brown rice Fibre 2g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • Barley Fibre 2g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • Spaghetti or other pasta Fibre 1g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • Popcorn Fibre 1g | Serving: 1 cup
       
       
  • Fruits
  • Servings per Day

    • Pear (with skin) Fibre 5g | Serving: Undefined
       
       
    • Apple (with skin) Fibre 3g | Serving: Undefined
       
       
    • ApricotsFibre 2g | Serving: 3
       
       
    • Kiwi Fibre 5g | Serving: 1 medium
       
       
    • Orange Fibre 2g | Serving: 1 medium
       
       
    • StrawberriesFibre 2g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • BananaFibre 2g | Serving: 1 medium
       
       
    • RaisinsFibre 1g | Serving: 1/4 cup
       
       
  • Vegetables
  • Servings per Day

    • Peas Fibre 4g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • Broccoli Fibre 4g | Serving: 1 stalk
       
       
    • Baked potato (with skin) Fibre 4g | Serving: 1 medium
       
       
    • Sweet potato (without skin) Fibre 4g | Serving: 1 medium
       
       
    • Brussel sprouts Fibre 3g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • Tomato Fibre 2g | Serving: 1 medium
       
       
    • Green beans Fibre 2g | Serving: 1/2 cup
       
       
    • Lettuce Fibre 1g | Serving: 1 cup
       
       
  • Other
  • Servings per Day

    • Kidney beans Fibre 9g | Serving: 3/4 cup
       
       
    • Black beans Fibre 9g | Serving: 3/4 cup
       
       
    • Chickpeas Fibre 6g | Serving: 3/4 cup
       
       
    • Lentils Fibre 6g | Serving: 3/4 cup
       
       
    • Almonds (unblanched) Fibre 4g | Serving: 1/4 cup
       
       
    • Peanuts (dry roasted) Fibre 3g | Serving: 1/4 cup
       
       
    • Peanut Butter Fibre 2g | Serving: 2 T
       
       

Your Results

 

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Goal: 38g

Goal: 25g

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Way to go!

Did you know that only about half of Canadians get the daily fibre they need?§ And you’re one of them!

You’ve gotta
get more fibre!

Did you know that most Canadians are only getting about half the fibre they need?§ Looks to me like someone’s a statistic!

You’ve gotta
get more fibre!

Did you know that most Canadians are only getting about half the fibre they need?§ Looks to me like someone’s a statistic!

Way to go!

Did you know that only about half of Canadians get the daily fibre they need?§ And you’re one of them!