A fiber-rich diet can prevent diabetes and obesity


As you may know, fiber is not digestible directly by the intestine. Rather, it is fermented by intestinal bacteria into short-chain fatty acids, which can be assimilated by and beneficial to our bodies.

The beneficial effect has been seen in animal studies.  Those animals fed with a fiber-rich diet tend to be healthier, less fat, and less likely to develop diabetes.

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