Why FiberGourmet?

It’s easy to get overwhelmed in a saturated market. The shelves offer a variety of items posing as healthy choices. But often, they’re nothing but impastas-products made out of edamame or chickpeas, in the form of pasta. Or "snacks" that have an eerie resemblance and taste of cardboard.

Fiber Gourmet offers a selection of products that are really healthy, and really pasta (or snacks...or flour...), with a significant amount of fiber and an insanely low amount of net carbs and calories.

Fiber Gourmet is real pasta.

Not pretend-to-be pasta.
No gummy textures.
No nutty aftertaste.
No mushiness.

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10% Profits to Charity

At the heart of Fiber Gourmet lies a strong commitment to philanthropy. In 2022, Fiber Gourmet contributed products valued at $150,000 to charitable causes, and they have made an ongoing commitment to donate 10% of their annual profits to charity. To this day, Fiber Gourmet has generously supported various charitable endeavors, with a particular focus on education that prioritizes the development of each individual child, aiming to empower future generations.

Transform your well-being.

  • Feeds gut microbiome.

    RS4 passes through the stomach and small intestine to reach the colon. There, it converts into short-chain fatty acids, feeding good bacteria.

  • Manages hunger cravings.

    Fiber from RS4 is a natural appetite suppressant that helps you feel fuller for longer, meaning less snacking and more weight loss.

  • Controls glucose levels.

    Having a high blood sugar level is not good for your health. RS4 can help with this by bypassing digestion and reducing average levels over time.

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RS4, the recipe for gut health.

Every product features RS4, a good-for-you fiber-boosting starch that weighs in at a slim 0.4 calories per gram. Stack it up next to traditional flour at 4 calories per gram and you’ll see why this fiber-packed starch has become a fan favorite.

100% Science-Based.

Resistant Starch has been validated by hundreds of clinical studies to improve blood sugar, weight loss, gut health, cholesterol, and more.

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On a mission to close America’s fiber intake gap.

The American Heart Association recommends a total dietary fiber intake of 25 to 30 grams a day. Currently, dietary fiber intakes among adults in the United States average only 15 grams a day. (about half the recommended amount).

Lab Analysis

Scientists found that resistant starch cuts the risk of hereditary cancer by 60%.

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