Fiber is often the forgotten nutrient for your body, thanks to our low-carb diets. Fiber may have carbs in it, but it is often readily absorbed, not by our bodies but our gut bacteria. They need this to sustain their life and add to our digestive abilities. Adding in simple fiber, either through whole grains or even supplements will aid not only your own body, but the surrounding flora that makes you that much healthier over the years.
- Fiber is a key nutrient that is often forgotten about as we cut carbs from our diet
- Fiber is non-soluble by our bodies, but the gut bacteria readily eat it and promote health as they do.
- Keeping them happy and healthy is integral to our own gut happiness and health
“It is becoming increasingly clear that the average person’s fiber intake in a Western country has drastically reduced over the past few decades”
Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/12/171221122558.htm