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Who needs "Soluble fiber"?

Yesterday we spoke about "laxatives" and how they make us "dehydrated". We also spoke about how we need ample "fiber" to keep our pipes clean.

But the question for today is this . . . What kind of "fiber" is right for you?

So let's break it down . . . we all know eating enough "fiber" can prevent or relieve constipation and help waste to move smoothly through the body. It also encourages healthy gut microbiota, which increases the bulk of stool and helps promote regular bowel movements

That's simple enough . . . Right?

BUT . . . this may not be good for everyone . . . Why???

Because there are 2 different types of "fiber". "Soluble" and "Insoluble".

And you may be treating your constipation or diarrhea with the "wrong" one!

Now . . . both are important for optimal health, digestion and preventing diseases. But they do different things for the body. So the question is . . . are you taking the right "fiber" for your ailment????

Today let's talk about "Soluble" fiber.

You see . . ."Soluble" fiber attracts "water" and turns to gel during digestion which "slows" digestion down. That's a good thing for people with diarrhea. It also can help lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels.

"Soluble" fiber helps keep your gut bacteria healthy. That's the "good" bacteria that I'm always telling you . . . you need for optimal health. "Soluble" fiber helps the defense system that aids the immune system.