Nutrition 101: Fiber

 

What is Fiber?

Dietary fiber is a type of carbohydrate that is not digestible by the body. Although it’s not digested, it has a number of jobs in our body. Fiber can lower cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar, and bulk up stool, which keeps us “regular.” New research also shows that fiber can be a prebiotic; the food from which good gut bacteria feeds.

What are the Different Types of Fib...

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