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Monday, December 1, 2008

Increase your fiber intake

Consuming fiber helps your body get rid of chemicals that make fat-storing enzymes overactive. The nutrient also slows down the rate at which sugars from food enter the bloodstream, reducing your cravings from sugar and increasing your sense of satiety. Based on the article I've read, we need 35 grams of fiber each day and fruits, veggies, whole-grain breads, and cereals are the top sources of fiber so make sure you include them in your diet. These foods will help us feel full for a longer time and curb our cravings.

6 comments :

GAGAY said...

hellO! its been a while that i haven't visited here..and now am finally here!just sniffin' around!take care.see u at mine!

Raft3r said...

dyan magaling si raft3r
kahit mahilig ako sa mga matataba
trip ko rin ang mga prutas
astig ang fiber!!!

Exaggerato said...

From one EntreCard member to another (new myself, know) ... one good way I can recommend adding fiber intake and help lose weight is to have a pot of yoghurt in lieu of one meal a day (or so my doctor suggests).

One good such I can think of in view of the suggestion to increase fiber intake is Yoplait Fiber One, which has 20% of the RDA for fiber in a pot thereof. I, for one, have tried it over recent weeks (I like Key Lime Pie and Vanilla myself) and it's not only tasty ... but also has yoghurt's benefits vis-a-vis helping digestion.

pinoycopywriter@ymail.com said...

I highly believe in a good fiber diet. That's why I love having a breakfast of cereals or wheat bread.

:)

kikamz said...

fibers are indeed important to our bods. i love to eat veggies and salads for my daily fill. away with the toxins! yay!

btw, kindly change my URL to http://seasons.pinoyvibes.net/

it has been a while ate liza. glad to be back blogging!

Toni said...

I need to better at this.

 
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