Congratulations - you found the only Half-Calorie Crackers, and Pasta with 40% fewer Calories than standard pasta and 18g of Fiber. Sounds great, right? Sure, but how does it taste? We have a lot of raves & reviews, but that's not the same as tasting it for yourself.
Now you can dip your toe into FiberGourmet without commiting to buy a whole case. Go here to buy just one box of our pasta - or crackers! - and have it delivered right to your door (by USPS), for just $5.99!
As you may have noticed, you can now order lasagna and spaghetti in our Pasta Build-Your-Own-Box. Unfortunately, it seems like we can never have everything available there all at once, as we just ran out of Mac mmm Cheese. This is also why we had to change the composition of our Mini sampler to 2 fettuccine instead of 2 Mac mmm Cheese. We are working to bring the Mac back ASAP, though, with a tentative date of mid-May right now. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Do you love our FiberGourmet products, and wish they were easier to find in your area? Now's your chance to help us get into a Wal-Mart near you!
FiberGourmet is competing in Walmart's Get On The Shelf contest. You can vote for us once each day until April 3rd at: http://www.getontheshelf.com/product/3625/FiberGourmet. To vote, you either need a Facebook account or a cell phone (simply text 3625 to 383838).
If we can get into Wal-Mart, you can save on shipping and take advantage of Wal-Mart's low pricing to get FiberGourmet at the best possible price. Please vote every day!
UPDATE: Sorry, looks like we didn't make it to the second round
They were supposed to ship to our warehouse today, but there was some packaging hiccup. Hopefully shipping next week now. Sorry for the delay.
Here's something we say often on our site, but it's always nice to see more studies confirming it. Especially when it's the finding of the largest-ever controlled study of weight-loss methods, published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine:
More than 800 overweight adults in Boston and Baton Rouge, La., were assigned to one of four diets that reduced calories through different combinations of fat, carbohydrates and protein.
Each plan cut about 750 calories from a normal diet, but no one ate fewer than 1,200 calories a day.
While the diets were not named, the eating plans were all loosely based on the principles of popular diets like Atkins, which emphasizes low carbohydrates; Dean Ornish, which is low fat; or the Mediterranean diet, with less animal protein. All participants also received group or individual counseling.
After two years, every diet group had lost — and regained — about the same amount of weight regardless of what diet had been assigned.
The lesson, researchers say, is people lose weight if they lower calories, but it does not matter how.