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Instructor Susan Keezer Fiber Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Jessica Schwanke 4/15/2011
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Fiber After researching all the information of fiber I found fiber is important for gastrointestinal health as well as cholesterol-lowering benefits. I have found that there are plenty of different kinds of contain fiber in them. (Linda Van Horn, 1997) Whole grain foods contain the entire grain- the bran, germ, and the endosperm. Examples of whole grains foods are whole-wheat flour, oatmeal, whole cornmeal, brown rice and bulgur. (whole grains and fiber) Some other foods that carry the most composed of insoluble fiber is wheat, rye, rice. When eaten as part of a diet that is low in saturated fat, Trans fat, and cholesterol, soluble fiber has been associated with increased bad cholesterol beyond levels achieved by a diet low in saturated and Trans fats and cholesterol alone. (whole grains and fiber) Insoluble fiber has been associated with decreased cardiovascular risk and slower progression of cardiovascular in high rick
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course HEALTH hoc240 taught by Professor Wiz during the Spring '11 term at Ludwig Maximilians Universität.

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