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Snack Smartly: Be Hale and Hearty

10 Reasons to Fiber Up Your Diet

With the paradigm shift in the dietary patterns these days, we often find dieticians and nutrition experts suggesting to include fiber in our diet. Buzzwords like whole grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables rule the health pages of the newspapers and magazines.

 

 

Snack Smartly: Be Hale and Hearty

Choose High Fiber Foods

Dietary fiber is highly recommended for a balanced diet by dieticians and physicians all across the world for health promotion and disease prevention. Eating the right amount of fiber has been shown to have a wide range of health benefits. If it were a drug, people would have gone nuts for it.

 

Snack Smartly: Be Hale and Hearty

5 Easy Tips to Fit in More Fiber to Your Diet

Eating the right amount of fiber has a wide array of health benefits. Foods that are high in fiber can help in the treatment of constipation, hemorrhoids, diverticulitis (the inflammation of pouches in the digestive tract) and irritable bowel syndrome.

 

 

Snack Smartly: Be Hale and Hearty

Snack Smartly: Be Hale and Hearty

Have you ever pondered about choosing the right snacks in your diet plan? When it comes to snacking, people often think of foods that are high in sugar or added fats. But munching wrong foods can add unwanted calories and make you even hungrier when mealtime rolls around. 

 

 

Healthy Drinks for Diabetes

Healthy Drinks for Diabetes

According to the National Diabetes Fact Sheet released in 2011, 8.3 percent of the U.S population has diabetes. Of this, about 18.8 million people are diagnosed while 7 million remain undiagnosed. In addition, a whopping 79 million Americans (20 years or older) are suffering from pre-diabetes.

 

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