Dietary fibre can generally be described as that portion of food that is not digested in the human small intestine. It passes into the large intestine, where it is partially or fully fermented. Parle was found to have the most dietary fibre content, at 6.62 grams/100 grams. This is good for consumers. Unibic had the minimum dietary fibre content at 4.04 grams/100 grams.
A high-fibre diet benefits, which include: Normalising bowel movements Maintaining bowel health Lowering of cholesterol levels Helping control blood sugar levels Aiding in achieving healthy weight offers many health