Celebrate Fiber Focus Month
January is Fiber Focus Month. Sure, it’s supposed to be all about dietary fiber and its benefits to your digestive system. We get that. But fiber is also beneficial to you in other ways, such as great internet access.
To celebrate, here are some of the best benefits of adding fiber to your diet and your home internet. Granted, we’re not dietary experts, so we suggest you consult your physician to see if dietary fiber is for you, but we know a bit about fiber internet.
Tasteless and odorless: Dietary fiber makers claim their products are tasteless and odorless. We’ll take their word for it. Last time we checked, fiber internet doesn't stink either. As for the tasteless part, we don’t suggest licking or chewing on your internet cord, as it can damage the fiber.
Lower latency: Both dietary fiber and fiber internet help your system work faster and more smoothly with minimal delay or hiccups. That’s as far as we’ll go with that word picture.
Reliable: Nothing beats regularity and reliability in your routine, whether in your internet or your guttural performance. Both need to work when you need them to. Tune your body and your internet for reliable service with fiber.
High speed: Fiber internet is the fastest internet on the planet, offering more megabits per second than any other internet service out there. Dietary fiber improves speed in other ways because…the faster the flow, the faster the go. Do we need to elaborate? You get the idea.
Eco-friendly: Fiber internet is more eco-friendly than copper internet because it uses less energy and doesn’t hurt the environment. And we all know how beneficial manure is to the environment, so there’s that. Also, sometimes dietary fiber can reduce gaseous emissions…
Better system management: Smart fiber eaters can manage their internal workings better through fiber in their diet, and smart fiber internet users can manage their internet better through smart devices, making fiber an overall smart idea.
Celebrate Fiber Focus Month throughout January by adding more fiber to your diet and your home internet service.