Is it normal to poop a couple times a day? Just a couple times a week? Is it normal if your poop is nearly always shaped like a nut-filled candy bar? (Have you looked?!) Everybody poops and your poop is a window to your health. It’s not only good to look before you flush, doctors encourage it!
Consuming the right amount of fiber may help you maintain a healthy weight, stay regular and even support healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
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While there is no cure, IBS.org encourages people suffering from IBS to take an active role in managing their symptoms through diet and stress reduction.
Fiber-loaded food powerhouses are especially desirable because fiber supports overall health and is a key to healthy digestion and a happy gut.
Study published by Journal of Functional Foods, reports that the same fiber found in Tomorrow’s Nutrition Sunfiber may help eliminate athlete’s diarrhea.
Fiber intake may be connected with improved fertility. Researchers are learning that the probiotics in a woman’s gut microbiome may be associated with her ability to conceive.
Eating enough soluble fiber is crucial to immune health.
A good night’s sleep relieves stress, improves our memory and can even help us be more productive. But does it also influence the gut microbiome?
Boosting your fiber intake may help more than your digestion. Researchers are studying fiber’s effect on children struggling with autism. Keep reading to learn how much fiber your kids should be getting each day.