FYI: Fiber is only found in foods that came from plants. Other foods like meat and dairy do not contain any fiber. There are two types of fiber and each are will benefit you in a different way.
Soluble Fiber – soluble fiber dissolves in water. When eaten, soluble fiber dissolves in the body and slows down the absorption of fat and sugar, and the breakdown of carbohydrates. Note that it doesn’t prevent the absorption; it only slows down the process. This is very helpful for those seeking to have a stable blood sugar levels.
Food Sources of Soluble Fiber: oats, barley, rye, fruits, root vegetables and golden linseeds
Food Sources of Insoluble Fiber: wholemeal bread, bran cereals, nuts and seeds, excluding golden linseeds.
Fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet. It also helps in the prevention of heart disease, diabetes, weight gain and cancer like colorectal cancer. A fiber-rich diet normalizes bowel movements and helps maintain bowel health, lowers cholesterol levels, helps control blood sugar levels and helps you achieve a healthy weight. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) for fiber is 24 grams per day for women and 38 grams per day for men.
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