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How Fiber Plays An Important Role In Controlling blood sugar level

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Eat more Veggies and Cereals? Have you been hearing this since your childhood days? Of Course, a lot of us have heard this but ignored it. Do you know the fact that most fruits, vegetables and cereals are rich in fiber? Dietary fiber is best known for its ability to keep the digestive system healthy by slowing the absorption of sugar and fats from food. "Fiber promotes good bowel health, lowers the risk of cancer and heart disease, and also controls your blood sugar in a certain way," explains Amy Kranick. As a result, it means that when the fiber is digested, our body handles it differently t
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“Fiber helps reduce cholesterol levels – and lowers triglyceride levels, too!”
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Fiber and Type-2 Diabetes

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Many of us have heard that fiber is beneficial to our digestive health however high-fiber foods are also a healthy way to control high blood sugar and blood cholesterol. What is Type-2 Diabetes?  Type-2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes and in fact it is so common in India that the country is called ‘The Diabetes Capital of The World’. It is a chronic condition affecting the body's ability to process sugar (glucose) for energy, leading to dangerously high levels of blood glucose. It develops when the body becomes less sensitive to insulin- a hormone essential for bringing glucos
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Beating diabetes: How fiber can help regulate blood sugar

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No one starts out looking for an unhealthy relationship. As many of us know all too well, they just sort of… happen. But ending one means identifying it in the first place – like the unhealthy relationship between our American diet and sugar – one that’s leading to more and more Americans developing type 2 diabetes every day. The good news is, whether your goal is diabetes management or diabetes prevention, a fiber-rich diet is a great place to start. A high-fiber diet – one that includes 25 to 38 grams of fiber daily – can help regulate your body’s responses and help you feel fuller for l
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