fibre

90% of us aren't eating enough of it.
Insoluble fibre is not people food. Humans can't digest and absorb it like sugar or fat or vitamins. We don't have the enzymes that can break it down, so it stays intact, until it hits the colon where it becomes bacteria food.
Young women who eat foods high in fibre could lower their risk of developing breast cancer in later life, a new study has
A high fibrediet could be the key to cutting your colon cancer risk. A health study found that a diet which is high in fibre
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People with IBS need 40% more protein than other people, this is because the body struggles to absorb when it's in crisis. The protein needs to be in an easily absorbable form so we swear by non whey protein shakes such as organic soya protein.
Women who eat a high-fibre diet increase their protection against cardiovascular disease, a recent study has claimed. Swedish
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