Eat More Fiber


North Americans eat less than half the fiber they should be eating. That’s a shame; in recent years, fiber, or indigestible plant matter, has been shown to have tons of health benefits. It tricks your body into thinking it’s full so you don’t overeat. It lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels. It can reduce the risk of some kinds of cancer. And it benefits digestion. Long story short, you should be eating more fiber. Eat more of these high-fiber foods to get all the benefits of a high-fiber diet:

  • Grains
  • Oats
  • Bran Cereals
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Nuts
  • Legumes

There are many different kinds of fiber, and even fiber-rich foods don’t contain them all in the correct proportions. That means it’s important not to rely on only fiber source. Incorporate as many fiber-containing foods into your diet as you can.

Fiber can prevent heart disease and digestive issues in the future, but if you’re experiencing them now, Neighbors can help. We offer 24 hour emergency care in Houston and Austin, so you can get help whenever injury or illness strikes.

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