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Fiber is a key element in intestinal health. Dietary fibers are either soluble or insoluble, with most plant sources containing a mixture of both types. Fiber is available in many foods, especially fruits and vegetables, with some plant material containing very high levels of fiber, such as flaxseed, glucomannan, beta glucans, coconut fiber, gum Arabic, rice bran and apple pectin, among Other*. Fiber increases (he "good bacteria" in ihe intestinal tract and produces butyric acid, a short chain fatty acid which is manufactured by the intestines through bacterial fermentation of fiber and is necessary for the healthy maintenance of (he intestinal wall. Fiber softens stools and decreases transit time, guarding against constipation
while at the same time being beneficial for diarrhea. Fiber also exercises the colon wall as well, preventing inflammatory pouches and a "lazy" colon. Most health organizations recommend increasing the fiber intake in the diet for optimal health.
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