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Feed Your Boomer Body Better – USA Weekend Magazine

Posted in: USA Weekend Magazine, Health Articles, The Doctors By The Doctors / Casey Shaw | Aug 15, 2013 Baby Boomers have the longest life expectancy of any generation thus far; they’re also believed to be the most active generation. But a new study out of West Virginia University School of Medicine may tarnish that

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Are Your Protein Bars Filled With Sugar?

Did you know that today’s fiber and protein bars typically have between 12 – 25g of sugar?! Today’s health conscious consumer is looking for high protein and high fiber grab and go snacks, but is often unaware that with high sugar content we are basically eliminating the health benefits! High sugar content will cause your

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Fiber Pump!

Did you happen to see the July 2013 Issue of Muscle & Body? There is a must read article called “Fiber Pump!” that goes into detail about all of the great benefits of fiber, why it is necessary to add to a nutritional diet and also promotes BarnDad’s FiberDX as a must product for your

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New Forms Of Dietary Fiber

High-fiber foods are on the way to becoming tastier and more appealing to consumers thanks to new types of dietary fiber now under development. These consumer friendlier forms of fiber, which could be a boon to health, are the topic of an article in the current issue of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), ACS’ weekly

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The Difference Between Soluble Fiber and Insoluble Fiber

Fiber is not only an essential part of the daily diet, it is important in maintaining a healthy weight, as well as helping to control blood sugar and lowering your risk of diabetes and heart disease. Jeannie Gazzaniga-Moloo, Ph.D., R.D., spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, recently stated, “fiber’s benefit package includes the

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Grow Finer with Fiber

Posted in: Articles by ProSource, Featured Content, Diet Articles, Supplement Articles By ProSource Product Research Team | Jun 14, 2012 First Class Fiber Can Be the Secret Ingredient to a Better Physique As an athlete dedicated to your diet, physique and exercise regimen, you certainly have spent a great deal of time and energy counting

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Fiber Protects Against Cardiovascular Disease

Foods high in fiber provide good protection against cardiovascular disease, and the effect is particularly marked in women. This is shown in a new study from Lund University in Sweden. The study, which was recently published in the scientific journal PLOS One, involved the study of the eating habits of over 20 000 residents of

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Dietary Fiber Aids Type 2 Diabetes and Weight Loss

It seems these days, we are having more and more difficulty taking care of our weight. Why may this be? First off, our lifestyles have become much more stationary. We see more television and we spend much more time on the web. Many of us spend our days working behind a desk as opposed to

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More Fiber May Reduce Breast Cancer Risk

Higher intakes of soluble fiber, but not other types of fiber, may reduce the risk of breast cancer, suggest findings from a meta-analysis from Imperial College, London and the University of Leeds. Every 10 gram per day increase in soluble fiber intake was associated with a 26% reduction in the risk of breast cancer, but

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Health Boost From New Forms Of Dietary Fiber

High-fiber foods are on the way to becoming tastier and more appealing to consumers thanks to new types of dietary fiber now under development. These consumer friendlier forms of fiber, which could be a boon to health, are the topic of an article in the current issue of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), ACS’ weekly

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BarnDad’s FiberDX®

The Wall Street Journal recently said – “People who consumed higher amounts of fiber, particularly from grains, had a significantly lower risk of dying over a nine-year period compared to those who consumed lower amount of fiber.” We are not claiming BarnDad’s FiberDX® is a “cure-all” BUT if you want to lose weight without sacrificing

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Fiber May Keep You Healthier, Longer

Increased dietary intakes of fiber are associated with lower risks of dying from cardiovascular, infectious, and respiratory diseases, suggests data from the US National Cancer Institute. The highest intakes of fiber – equivalent to about 30 grams per day for men and 25 grams for women – were associated with a reduction in the risk

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Soluble Fiber Appears Key to Trimming ‘Bad Fat’

For every 10-gram daily increase, belly fat cut by nearly 4 percent over five years, researchers say FRIDAY, July 1 (HealthDay News) — Increasing daily soluble fiber intake may help you lose dangerous visceral fat, which produces hormones and other substances linked to a host of chronic diseases, according to a new study. Unlike the

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