Do not eat them nearly enough, although research suggests how good for our digestive system, metabolism and cardiovascular health.
The recommended daily fiber intake is 21 to 25 grams for women and 30-38 grams for men.
However, the author of the book 21-Day Tummy Liz Vaccariello says that some fibers may have a negative impact on the body. People are trying to eat foods rich in fiber, and then wonder why they have problems.
You need to know how different types of fibers differently affect your digestive system and how they can make a huge difference in the quality of life.
If you have diarrhea, beware of insoluble fiber
You are prone to frequent diarrhea? This type of fiber that accelerate the chair could be your biggest enemy. There are in integral wheat, wheat, corn bran, leafy vegetables, broccoli and tomatoes. Quality of life will drastically change if you frequently eat soluble fiber.
If you have constipation, beware of soluble fiber
These fibers, what are rich foods such as oatmeal, beans, apples, strawberries, blueberries help slow digestion (the opposite of what they are doing insoluble fiber). This makes them ideal for people suffering from diarrhea – but not those with hard stool. People prone prisons often make good mixing of soluble and insoluble fiber.
If you suffer from gas and bloating, bewarefractal and GOS fiber
These types of fibers are like fast food for bacteria in the colon. Bacteria rapidly break them, which can lead to unpleasant gas and bloating. High fractal foods are garlic, onions, watermelon, cashews, and pistachios. Inulin, an additive in numerous processed foods, is also rich infractal. Foods rich in GOS-TV mainly beans. Keep in mind that these foods are not inherently unhealthy. However, if your digestive system is sensitive to them, the better you will feel if you avoid them.
If you care about how you eat enough fiber, beware of foods rich in fiber
If your doctor tells you to eat more fiber, it may seem a simple solution to add fiber to the diet which are rich in many processed foods. Everything from energy bars to cheese, enriched with fibers, especially in large quantities, can affect you to be bloated and full of gas (see the labels words such as inulin and chicory root extract). The vast majority of scientific research says about the good health effects of natural fibers, and it is not certain that they offer the added fiber of the same advantages as those of vegetables, fruits, beans and whole grains.
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