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Control X Keto At first it was thought that fibers were unable to provide energy to the body, but today it is known that some of them, after being fermented in the gut by bacteria common to the intestinal environment, produce fatty acids, which can be absorbed by the body. bloodstream, providing a small amount of energy to our body. It is important to note that this is not the main attribution of fibers, even because the energy supplied by them is very small. Any food, when consumed raw, will have its properties intact, so whenever possible, make this choice. The fibers, when cooked, will not have the same effects. Soluble Fiber x Insoluble Fiber Quite simply, it is understood that soluble and insoluble fiber, when passing through the digestive tract, behave differently. While soluble fiber absorbs water and becomes gelatinous, insoluble fiber does not dissolve in the presence of water and is eliminated unchanged. Although they seem very simple, these differences are determining in the functions of these fibers in our body. Leia mais Main sources of soluble fiber Oatmeal, Oatmeal, Oat Bran, Flax Seed, Cereal, Lentil, Beans, Peas, Apple, Pear, Orange, Strawberry, Cucumber, Carrot, Walnuts, Blueberry, Psyllium, Celery, Fruit Peels. Main sources of insoluble fiber Whole grains, whole wheat, wheat bran, corn bran, seeds, soybean, barley, brown rice, zucchini, broccoli, cabbage, celery, onion, tomato, cucumber, dark green leafy vegetables, raisins, etc. Fiber and digestive and intestinal health Some people, after starting a high-fiber diet , report abdominal distension, discomfort and flatulence. These symptoms tend to disappear as soon as the body adapts to the new food. It is important, when starting a high-fiber diet, to increase water consumption, because if it does not, the opposite effect may occur, and the fibers, rather than facilitating bowel flow, may trap it. A low fiber diet may be associated with bowel problems such as constipation, flatulence, diverticulitis, hemorrhoids, intestinal and colorectal cancer. Fiber and Cholesterol Higher fiber intake helps reduce bad blood cholesterol levels. Among them oats, which have been shown to be totally effective in reducing low density lipoprotein. Fiber and diabetes Some studies report that a high-fiber diet reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and they are still important in controlling glycemic indexes.


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