So the other day I plugged in my eats of the day and it turns out I've been averaging about 40 grams of fiber a day! I've been adding 2 tbs of hemp seed protein to my morning smoothie, that already has 1 med banana, a handful of fresh berries, and 1 tbs of maca powder. These babies end up with around 14 grams of fiber, so the amount of fiber in the other food I eat throughout the day adds up quickly. These smoothies keep me satisfied for at least 4 hours, and usually I'll have an apple or another piece of fruit/vegetable as a snack. Whenever I get hungry I'll have a simple salad later in the day for dinner with some type of greens, tomatoes, sea vegetables, sprouts, and an apple cider vinegar/tahini dressing. This has turned out to be my routine, and it works quite well.
Now, I don't feel bloated, gassy, heavy, or have had any "variations" like diarrhea or constipation. Is there a problem with "too much fiber", since "they" recommend around 25g per day? Should I lower my fiber intake? How much fiber do you average per day?