Soluble Fiber Inversely Affects Your Belly Fat #AMCoffee

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Soluble and insoluble fiber are an important part of our life. They are important for good digestion and prevention of many diseases. Insoluble fiber or “roughage” does not dissolve in water, isn’t broken down in the gut or absorbed into the bloodstream. Insoluble fiber supports digestion, good gut flora (by adding food to gut flora) and prevents constipation and associated with it conditions (e.g., hemorrhoids).

Soluble fiber attracts water and turns to gel during digestion. It binds, for example, sugar and cholesterol, thus slowing their absorption into the bloodstream. By boosting the good gut flora, soluble fiber contributes to lower inflammation in the body. As as we know, inflammation is the beginning for many chronic diseases.

Many studies have been dedicated to learning more about the soluble fiber and its effects on our bodies. Some of them investigated the connection between soluble fiber and belly fat. As belly fat steadily increases over time as we age biologically, there’s a helpful way to control it and even stop its increase by adding fruit and vegetables that are rich in soluble fiber. Increase your intake of these foods and exercise regularly – you would be on your way to a naturally occurring slow progression of the belly fat. Take a look at the sample of fruit and veggies that have plenty of soluble fiber in them! Enjoy a variety every day to boost your life with happy moments when you enjoy good health.

Soluble Fiber Resides in Many Fruit and Vegetables:

Green Beans

Soluble fiber is also found in oat bran, barley, nuts, seeds, beans, lentils. It is also found in psyllium, a common fiber supplement.

To combat the belly fat, we gotta combat an overall inflammation in our bodies. Food and physical movement of our bodies during each day are excellent complimentary activities to gift to ourselves every day of our lives.

• Get more by doing your part, especially when you know what you could do to improve the quality of your life.

• Eat more fruit and vegetables every day. Make it a point to snack of fruit and add veggies to your omelet or even oatmeal.

• Eat fruit and veggies with their skins and seeds when possible. That is why it is important to buy organic and then wash it properly. The most vitamins and benefits are “buried” in the skins and seeds!

• Eat a lot of pulses – you know, beans, lentils, peas! When you add these to your meals at least three times a week, you could go without animal protein during that meal! Loaded with protein and fiber and microelements, beans and lentils and peas would supply a myriad of health benefits while offering a delicious food for your and your family.

• Make tasteful food trades: eat more crackers and pretzels made with fiber-rich alternative flours. Choose more grains and go after Ancient grains like quinoa, chickpeas, lentils. International cuisines offer rich traditions of cooking with these foods. Venture out into the world and discover new tastes. It does pay off generously.

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