Dietary fibers are long-chain carbohydrates (polysaccharides) that are indigestible by the human digestive tract.


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Helpful Fiber, Protein Suggestions
... The following is a list of foods that can help you achieve your quota of 20 to 25 grams of fiber daily: ¾ cup raisin bran (5 grams) 1 red apple (3 grams) 2 slices whole wheat bread (3.2 grams) lettuce...
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Digestive Diseases and Nutrition: Questions and Answers
... My doctor recommended I talk to a registered dietitian about following a fat-controlled eating plan to control my chronic diarrhea. I don’t understand how changes in my diet can help me. Please explai...
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Fiber Facts: Increasing Fiber in Your Diet
... Food fibers are that part of plant foods that are not digested when eaten. Some types of fiber may have a cholesterol-lowering effect which could lead to reduced risk of heart disease. Fiber may also ...
Source: Cleveland Clinic