Getting the recommended 25-35 grams of fiber a day doesn’t have to be painful, and it doesn’t have to taste like cardboard, or even come in a cardboard box. In fact, it shouldn’t.
All those fiber-rich cereals and bars are good here and there when you need to add a little extra fiber to your diet, but it’s not necessarily all natural, and not as good for your body as what you get from fruits, vegetables, and…Read full post
Women who get at least 30 grams of fiber daily are half as likely to develop breast cancer, according to Men’s Health. Eat some fiber and slash your breast cancer risk by half?! That’s BIG news.
A high fiber diet is associated with a number of other benefits, from weight loss to constipation relief to diabetes prevention. It’s an excellent weight-loss aid because it helps fill you up and keep you full longer. A high fiber diet also helps…Read full post
Fiber is your best friend when it comes to a healthy lifestyle and feeling your best, yet for some reason it always ends up being neglected! The average adult only eats 15 grams of dietary fiber per day (you should be getting at least 25). If you haven’t been getting your fill, it’s time to rekindle your relationship with fiber.
Eating high-fiber foods aids in weight loss and relieving constipation, as well as helping prevent many chronic health problems, like…Read full post