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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5 STUDIES have shown that people with type 1 diabetes who consume high-fibre diets have lower blood glucose levels.
FASCINATING FIBRE FACTS EATING a high-fibre diet could cut your risk of developing type 2 diabetes by up to a third.
When you're eating a high-fibre diet, it's important to drink plenty of water to help food move through your system and avoid getting bunged up.
ISLAMABAD -- Mangoes are better at relieving digestive problems than many high-fibre foods, a study has found.
Rice, high-fibre breakfast cereals, oats or muesli (usually consumed with milk or yogurt), provide plenty of fibre, vitamins and minerals.
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.
Accordingly, the authors tested the hypothesis that a high-fibre diet would prevent or reduce acute and chronic radiation-induced gastrointestinal toxicity in patients undergoing radiotherapy for pelvic cancers in a randomised controlled trial.
by Jishy Seby A high-fibre intake can significantly contribute towards body-weight control.
Researchers have found that a high-fibre diet can help minimise the effects of smoking to the lungs.
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.