Did you know that only 9% of Brits consume the NHS recommended 30g of fibre per day? An essential part of any balanced diet, consuming adequate fibre has a multitude of health benefits, including normalising bowel movements, reducing cholesterol levels, controlling blood sugar levels and managing IBS symptoms. 

So, what foods provide us with fibre? Oats, legumes (beans, lentils, chickpeas, etc), fruit and vegetables are the obvious first ports of call, but when you're living a busy life – as most of us do in London – it can be difficult to ensure each meal is as high fibre as possible. So, in steps Fiberly. 

Made in the UK and developed by a pharmacist, Fiberly is made from real fruit juice and contains 50% of your recommended daily fibre intake – that's a whopping 15g of fibre per can. Even better? The fibre is prebiotic, so it encourages the development of good bacteria in the stomach for a healthy gut. 

We're giving one lucky reader the chance to try the drinks out themselves, with the opportunity to win two boxes of Fiberly (24 cans) worth £49. Maintaining a healthy diet has never been so easy. 

Your prize

  • Two boxes (24 cans) of Fiberly 

For more information visit drinkfiberly.co.uk or instagram.com/drinkfiberly

The question is: What is the NHS recommended daily fibre intake?

Competition closes: 31st July 2024

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