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Old 06-10-17, 11:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've discovered that my diet is pretty low on fiber. What's the quickest and easiest way to add more fiber to my diet?
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Increase the number of fruits and vegetables you eat. That's the fastest way.
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Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, oats, bran, beans
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In addition to fruits, vegetables and beans, add whole grains and foods like steel cut oats and bran to your diet. This will help to give you more fiber as well. The only thing that I would caution is to start off slow and and gradually add more fiber. If you add too much at once, it's likely to upset your belly. Equally, don't forget that there are two forms of fiber soluble (like oatmeal, the flesh of fruit, etc.) and insoluble (the skin of fruits and veggies, whole grains, etc). Both are good and needed for your diet but keep in mind that while soluble moves through your digestive tract slower, insoluble fires through it. So if you're having a problem with loose stool, don't overdo it with insoluble as it will only make the problem worse. Finally, with your fiber, be sure to drink plenty of water!
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In addition to fruits, vegetables and beans, add whole grains and foods like steel cut oats and bran to your diet. This will help to give you more fiber as well. The only thing that I would caution is to start off slow and and gradually add more fiber. If you add too much at once, it's likely to upset your belly. Equally, don't forget that there are two forms of fiber soluble (like oatmeal, the flesh of fruit, etc.) and insoluble (the skin of fruits and veggies, whole grains, etc). Both are good and needed for your diet but keep in mind that while soluble moves through your digestive tract slower, insoluble fires through it. So if you're having a problem with loose stool, don't overdo it with insoluble as it will only make the problem worse. Finally, with your fiber, be sure to drink plenty of water!
I was also going to recommend drinking more water haha Because that's really important to your diet and when eating more high fiber foods:)
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Fresh produce - vegetables and fruits. For fruits, don't remove the skin. For vegetables, try to eat them raw or in soups so that you're getting all the nutrients. Frying, baking and boiling reduces their nutrients.

Beans, oats, nuts and and whole grains are also high fiber foods. It's easy to get the fiber you need in a day.
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In addition to fruits, vegetables and beans, add whole grains and foods like steel cut oats and bran to your diet. This will help to give you more fiber as well. The only thing that I would caution is to start off slow and and gradually add more fiber. If you add too much at once, it's likely to upset your belly. Equally, don't forget that there are two forms of fiber soluble (like oatmeal, the flesh of fruit, etc.) and insoluble (the skin of fruits and veggies, whole grains, etc). Both are good and needed for your diet but keep in mind that while soluble moves through your digestive tract slower, insoluble fires through it. So if you're having a problem with loose stool, don't overdo it with insoluble as it will only make the problem worse. Finally, with your fiber, be sure to drink plenty of water!
Thanks! This is really helpful. I also appreciate that you pointed out the two different types of fiber I forget about that. Also, I will take it slow. I know what happens when I flood my body with too much fiber...
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Have you tried steel cut oats?
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