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Fiber

Fiber is food containing a high amount of such carbohydrates, as whole grains, fruits, and vegetables.


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Maxi Fiber 9 oz or 261 g
Maxi Fiber 9 oz or 261 g
USD $17.00
Bio-Design
FiberPro  12 oz
FiberPro 12 oz
USD $21.51
Karuna
Nutra-Flax 360'S
Nutra-Flax 360'S
USD $30.40
Pure Encapsulations
MetaFiber powder (38 servings)
MetaFiber powder (38 servings)
USD $25.75
Metagenics
Fiber Formula 120 veg. caps
Fiber Formula 120 veg. caps
USD $12.00
Integrative Therapeutics
Cellulose Fiber Powder 375 grms
Cellulose Fiber Powder 375 grms
USD $24.10
Vital Nutrients
Rice Fiber First 180 cap
Rice Fiber First 180 cap
USD $37.79
Doctors For Nutrition
Clearly Fiber 176 gm
Clearly Fiber 176 gm
USD $15.20
DaVinci Laboratories
Ultimate Fiber 120 Cap
Ultimate Fiber 120 Cap
USD $18.60
Professional Botanicals
PGX Granules Fiber Unflavored 150 gms
PGX Granules Fiber Unflavored 150 gms
USD $26.50
Bioclinic Naturals
TruFiber 6.2 oz
TruFiber 6.2 oz
USD $26.70
Master Supplements
Detoxifiber 300 g
Detoxifiber 300 g
USD $19.99
Garden Of Life
RAW Organic Fiber 803 g
RAW Organic Fiber 803 g
USD $25.95
Garden Of Life
Ultra Fiber Plus 450g (15.8 oz)
Ultra Fiber Plus 450g (15.8 oz)
USD $44.00
Medifood
Fiber (Clinical Fiber) 100 Tab
Fiber (Clinical Fiber) 100 Tab
USD $16.00
Anabolic Labs
Apple Pectin 700 mg 120 caps
Apple Pectin 700 mg 120 caps
USD $11.99
NOW
Glucomannan 575 mg 180 caps
Glucomannan 575 mg 180 caps
USD $13.49
NOW
Psyllium Husk Caps 500 mg 500 caps
Psyllium Husk Caps 500 mg 500 caps
USD $17.24
NOW
Psyllium Husk Caps 700 mg 180 caps
Psyllium Husk Caps 700 mg 180 caps
USD $11.95
NOW
Trifibe SAP-340 340 g
Trifibe SAP-340 340 g
USD $32.87
Nutritional Fundamentals for Health


Dietary fiber found mainly in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes is probably best known for its ability to prevent or relieve constipation. But fiber can provide other health benefits as well, such as lowering your risk of diabetes and heart disease. If you need to add more fiber to your diet, don't worry. Increasing the amount you eat each day isn't difficult. Find out how much dietary fiber you need and ways to include more high-fiber foods into your daily meals and snacks.

Dietary fiber, also known as roughage or bulk, includes all parts of plant foods that your body can't digest or absorb. Unlike other food components such as fats, proteins or carbohydrates which your body breaks down and absorbs fiber isn't digested by your body. Therefore, it passes virtually unchanged through your stomach and small intestine and into your colon. The amount of each type of fiber varies in different plant foods. To receive the greatest health benefit, eat a wide variety of high-fiber foods. Dietary fiber intake among adults in the United States averages about 15 grams. The Institute of Medicine recommends consuming 14 grams of fiber for every 1,000 calories you need.

Fiber is often classified into two categories: those that don't dissolve in water (insoluble fiber) and those that do (soluble fiber). This type of fiber promotes the movement of material through your digestive system and increases stool bulk, so it can be of benefit to those who struggle with constipation or irregular stools. Whole-wheat flour, wheat bran, nuts and many vegetables are good sources of insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber. This type of fiber dissolves in water to form a gel-like material. It can help lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels. You can find generous quantities of soluble fiber in oats, peas, beans, apples, citrus fruits, carrots, barley and psyllium.

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