High Fiber Diet Review

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Full Name: High Fiber diet

Origin: The high fiber diet was originally published by a British author named Audrey Eyton

Description: Increase your daily fiber consumption to promote weight loss

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Likes: Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, cereals

Dislikes: Overly-processed foods, sugar, fatty foods

Looking for: A dieter who wants to follow a healthy diet with few restrictions

Works Well With: High-fiber foods

Full Review of High Fiber diet

Dietary fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet. Fiber can be found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes, but can't be digested by the body. Fiber is classified into two forms. The first is soluble fiber, which dissolves in water to form a jelly substance. Soluble fiber can help lower blood cholesterol and glucose levels. Insoluble fiber, the second type, does not dissolve in water. It increases movement in the digestive system, which can help alleviate constipation. Adults should be consuming at least 30 grams of fiber a day.

The High Fiber diet does not have a strict, calorie-reduced meal plan; rather it promotes healthy weight loss by eating fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and legumes, thereby increasing your fiber intake. The reason this diet leads to healthy weight loss is because fiber contributes no calories (on its own). High-fiber foods add a great deal of bulk to your meal, which will satisfy your stomach and keep you full longer. Fiber also helps stabilize your blood sugar levels which will prevent cravings, and Fiber increases regularity.

This diet is very healthy and can be safely followed for long periods of time. Truly, we could all probably use more fiber in our diets! Fiber has so many health benefits that you can't go wrong increasing your consumption. Fiber can help alleviate constipation, protect against some cancers such as colon and breast, help reduce LDL cholesterol and stabilize your blood sugar.

Great Sources of fiber:

  • 1 cup black beans    19.4 g
  • 1 cup cooked peas   13.4 g
  • ½ cup bran          8.4 g
  • ¾ cup broccoli     7.0 g
  • 6 oz. sweet potato         6.8 g
  • Average weight loss: Minimal.

    Helpful Tips: Be sure to increase your water intake as you increase your fiber intake.



    Keeps you regular and can lead to healthy weight loss

    Too much fiber can deplete vitamins and minerals from your system

    Helps to stabilize blood sugar levels

    Very slow weight loss

    May help prevent several diseases / conditions

    Like anything, too much of a good thing is not good. Increase your fiber intake, but do not go to extremes