Digestive Health and Cereal Fibre

Keep your digestive system healthy by including cereal fibre in your diet


Fibre is found naturally in plant based foods like whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds, as well as fruits and veggies. Making sure you get the recommended amount of fibre in your diet every day can help keep your digestive system healthy.

It just so happens that fibre from breakfast cereals is a popular way for Australians get their fibre – providing 9% of the national daily fibre intake according to the National Health Survey.

Fibre in our cereals comes from lots of sources like wheat, rye, barley, rice, corn, quinoa, dried fruits, nuts and seeds.

A little tip – get yourself a bowl of All-Bran and you’ll get more than a third (42%) of your daily fibre needs before the day gets going.


01. Get Your Fibre Fix

Breakfast cereals are a leading source of fibre for Australians, providing 9% of the national fibre intake according to The Australian Health Survey. Kellogg’s cereals contain different types of fibre to help Australians achieve their recommended fibre intakes.


02. Adult Daily Fibre Needs

The fibre in our foods comes from a number of sources such as wheat, oats, barley, rye, rice, corn, quinoa, dried fruits, nuts and seeds.

Just one bowl of Kellogg’s All Bran provides up to 44% of an adult’s daily fibre needs!


03. Better Together

Mixing yoghurt with cereals is great for gut health. Some fibre from cereals complements the living bacteria (probiotics) present in yoghurt which work together to provide gut benefits.