When you're trying to lose weight and keep it off, it's important to choose foods that keep you firmly in control. Each Fibre One bar is individually wrapped and provides fewer than 90 calories. Fibre One bars may be delicious but they are also high in fibre – that's one more step towards your daily fibre needs.
treat while helping you to reach your goals.
Fibre One bars may be delicious but they're also high in fibre. That's a positive step towards the recommended 30 grams of fibre a day. Fibre helps to keep our digestive system working normally but most of us don't get enough in our diets. The fibre in Fibre One bars comes mainly from chicory root extract. As it has a naturally sweet taste, less sugar can be used - so that's a win win!
Fibre One bars are high in dietary fibre which comes mainly from chicory root extract. Most of us only eat half of the recommended 30 grams a day so a Fibre One bar helps plug that gap. Reference for fibre recommendation: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/eat-well/how-to-get-more-fibre-into-your-diet/
It’s simple really; we want you to have your cake and eat it too. If you’re watching what you eat or keeping a check on your sugar intake – great! But you should still be able to treat yourself – without the worry or guilt that can sometimes come with it. So, we've created a little brownie that tastes every bit as delicious, just with less sugar in the new recipe. Reference: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/eat-well/how-does-sugar-in-our-diet-affect-our-health/
We wanted to have the same great taste, but with less sugar – easier said than done! Luckily, we have decades of snack-making skills under our belts, as well as a great team of food scientists to help us bring our improved recipe of brownie to life. So, we reworked our recipes by decreasing the sugar and rebalancing other ingredients – such as increasing the amount of fibre taken from chicory root extract. You won’t taste the difference (feel free to try!), but you’ll know it’s there...Fibre One chocolate fudge brownies now have approximately a tsp of sugar per bar to help you eat less sugar overall. With experts advising that we stick to a limit of 30 grams a day (6 tsp), there's still room to treat yourself. Reference for sugar target: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/eat-well/how-does-sugar-in-our-diet-affect-our-health/
You’ll be pleased to know that not a single sweetener has been added to our recipes .