Fiber and Grains
Not all starch is created equal. Resistant starch is a certain type of starch that provides a range of health benefits, and it deserves a closer look.
The American Diabetes Association recommend that individuals with diabetes eat a balanced diet that includes high fiber, complex carbohydrate foods. Read more about these recommendations.
When looking for new grains to try, make sure you choose whole grains. But do you know everything about quinoa, buckwheat, and spelt? Read on to learn more.
Fiber is a type of carbohydrate that packs a plethora of health benefits due to its many physiologic functions.
Eat at least 6 ounce-equivalents of grains per day, substituting whole grain products– for at least half of all refined grains.
Soluble fiber forms a gel inside your GI tract, and it will improve diarrhea.
Constipation may have many causes, but generally, there are three main types of primary or idiopathic constipation.
It seems that a high-fiber diet protects against heart disease.