I struggle to include the 30g of fibre that we are advised to eat daily. Last night I watched 'Food Unwrapped' where they filmed the Hadza tribe in Tanzania. These people apparently have 40% more good bacteria in their gut than the rest of the world because they consume on average, 150g of fibre! Their diet consists of the honey comb (including the grubs) of the wild bee, roots of certain plants and the fruit of the Baobab tree which they make into a drink of pure fibre and vitamin C. Obviously this is only part of their diet but it has made me think just how unhealthy our western diet is. To increase our fibre levels it was suggested we could consume Chicory and Jerusalem Artichoke as these contain high levels of inulin. It made very interesting viewing.