high-fibre

Related to high-fibre: dietary fiber, Insoluble fiber
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high-fibre

high-fiber (US) [ˈhaɪˈfaɪbəʳ] ADJ a high-fibre dietuna dieta rica en fibra
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For the study, published in the journal Science, the team selected group of SCFA-producing microbes responsible for the positive impact of high-fibre diets on patients with Type 2 diabetes, randomised into two groups.
by Jishy Seby A high-fibre intake can significantly contribute towards body-weight control.
EATING a high-fibre diet during pregnancy could protect a mother's unborn child from developing asthma, new research has revealed.
Researchers have found that a high-fibre diet can help minimise the effects of smoking to the lungs.
A study of 66,000 women, in which 3,505 delivered their babies early, found those on the high-fibre diet had around a 12% reduced risk of premature delivery compared to other women.
London, February 19 ( ANI ): Some high-fibre foods, which are sold as low in calories, may actually contain, in the extreme, up to 25 per cent more calories than the label suggests, nutritional experts have said.
Hitting Sainsbury's tomorrow, these high-fibre oat bars are a healthier alternative when the 4pm cake cravings come a-calling.
While manufacturers ramp up their R&D efforts to create high-fibre yogurts and dairy-based drinks, TIC Gums has bolstered its own ingredients for such applications.
Now it's clear that increasing our intake of all types of high-fibre foods can also help keep our hearts healthy.
Preventing diverticular disease: review of recent evidence on high-fibre diets.
Breakfast: Sugar-free, high-fibre breakfast cereal, with low fat milk and chopped banana or dried fruit, such as raisins.
Now all you need to breeze through life is a bowl of high-fibre cereal each morning