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  • n. Alternative spelling of dietary fibre.


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  • Although not conclusively proven, the dominant theory is that too little dietary fiber and an associated condition, constipation, cause diverticulosis.

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  • Job-related physical activity is one, and dietary fiber is the other.

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  • They found that as dietary fiber intake increases, levels of estrone and estradiol, two female hormones measured in the blood, drop sharply.

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  • Nonfat milk tastes better now than it did when you were a kid, thanks to the addition of a small amount of dietary fiber that makes the milk look and taste more like 2%, but without the calories.

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  • Dr. Burkett noted that in indigenous cultures where dietary fiber intake is naturally high, people rarely suffered from obesity, heart disease, or colorectal tumors.

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  • According to data presented by the American Association of Cancer Research, researchers from the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, the University of Hawaii in Honolulu, and the University of Helsinki in Finland have shown that in Mexican-American women, higher intake of dietary fiber is associated with lower circulating estrogen levels.

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