Fiber helps prevent diabetes, constipation, colon cancer, hemorrhoids and obesity

Fiber prevents constipation, colon cancer, hemorrhoids, heart disease, and obesity. Fiber contributes to a feeling of fullness and lowers the glycemic index of your meal. It helps prevent insulin resistance/ diabetes. Whole wheat bread, fresh fruits and vegetables are the good source of fiber. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of fresh crystal clean water daily.

12 thoughts on “Fiber helps prevent diabetes, constipation, colon cancer, hemorrhoids and obesity”

  1. An American came up with and formalised an idea I’d been instinctively working on. Mark Sissons and his ‘primal diet’. Worth googling and trying, he has a website and books (obviously making a buck from it, more power to him).

    In brief: humankind in the earliest days ate from the land rather than the output of ‘food’ factories. A fresh carrot is food, a canned carrot not quite so. Clean water is a worthwhile healthy beverage, coca-cola something else entirely; that sort of thing.

    I’ve not investigated in depth and am not a medic but I think it would be beneficial for diabetics—and yes, it’s also high fibre.

  2. I believe fiber plays an important role in feel full. I went on a diet and I tried an India fiber that was awesome. I never got extremely hungry and I had control of what I.

  3. People totally under estimate the role fiber can play in not only preventling but also curing hemorrhoids. I wonder how many peopl suffer needlessly for years when ll they have to do is add more fiber and water to their diets.

  4. Yes, that is true. Before this, I had read some article about Mediterranean diet that help to control their diabetes. It lower the risk of heart disease too. By the way, great article. Thanks for sharing :).

  5. Thanks for post this helpful article. Hope that you will maintain doing good article similar to this. I will be one of your loyal visitor.

  6. High fiber foods, are a great way to help manage diabetes, lower cholesterol and aid with weight loss!

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