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Fast Ways to Eat More Fiber

  Fast Ways to Eat More Fiber By Joan Cline Getting fiber in our body is very important it helps prevent constipation and manage our weight. It may also help prevent some diseases like high cholesterol, diabetes, heart diseases and some cancers. The recommended amount of fiber needed a day is 25 to 38 grams. Most people eat less than 15 grams a day. The institute of medicine recommends men under 50 to eat 38 grams and women 25 grams. Adults over 50, men 30 grams and women 21 grams of fiber. There are two types of fibers, soluble and insoluble and both are helpful to you. Insoluble helps the intestines and colon function properly, by hydrating and helping waste move through your intestine, which keeps you regular and less constipated. Soluble fiber digest slowly and helps reduce cholesterol and assists in keeping the blood sugar levels stable. Both the insoluble and soluble fiber are important and most foods rich in fiber have both. Lack of fiber in your diet can cause: ·  Constipation;
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Dangers of Using Laxatives For Weight Loss

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Top Things to Do in Melbourne

  By  Neial Patel   Green parks, dynamic nature, diverse culture, street art, best dining options, and the coffee capital - if you happen to find all at one place, then it's entirely possible that you are in Melbourne! If you want to enjoy the best of Australia you should visit Melbourne. This city is uniquely personified. With cheap flight tickets to Melbourne, you can enjoy a lot of exciting things. If you want to spend your vacation in the best way, start looking for low-cost flights to Melbourne. You are blessed with budget hotels and restaurants. So, visit this lively city to have a great vacation! Explore the top things to do in Melbourne: 1. They rave about the coffee Melbourne is famous for coffee. Visitors rave about Melbourne's coffee. Vienna, Rome, and many other cities famed for their coffee legacy are off the table when compared to Melbourne. The city boasts about being coffee snobs and they name themselves the coffee leader. Whether you opted for the last-minute f

A Day in Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island- Lifestyle Dynamic Journey

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