IBS-IBD Fiber Charts by Kathy Steinemann
Soluble & Insoluble Fibre Data for over 250 Items, Including Links to Internet Resources

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Confused about fiber? You're not alone!

Not all fiber is created equal. Roughage is insoluble fiber—often "scratchy" in texture. Many people with IBS or IBD have been told to increase their intake of soluble fiber—the soothing substance that turns into a gel and helps to calm an irritated digestive system. However, it's often difficult to find fiber information for the foods you consume every day.

No more guessing. This book contains over 250 entries in several charts—useful for anyone with bowel problems like diarrhea/constipation, or for health-conscious individuals interested in increasing their daily fiber consumption. Take control of your life! Get the fiber information you need to help control that angry bowel.

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Published February 22, 2012 by K. Steinemann Enterprises. 55 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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