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Increase Fiber Intake Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Increase Fiber Intake.

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Delicious Ways to Boost Fiber Intake

Fiber is one of the easiest nutrients to incorporate into your diet, and one of the most important. However, many Americans don’t get the much needed 25 to 35 grams recommended daily for a healthy diet. Insufficient fiber intake can increase yo...  Read more

Transition into a Healthy Retirement

Once upon a time there was a distinguished politician who went into retirement after a long career of hectic schedules, important tasks, and continual limelight. After hanging around the house for the first week of his new-found freedom, he was gentl...  Read more

Eating for a Healthy Heart

Looking for ways to kick start your heart-healthy lifestyle? Start by looking at your diet. Poor food choices can have a negative effect on your heart, weight and overall health; but making small, sustainable changes to improve your diet can have a l...  Read more

How to Read a Nutrition Facts Label

What do you look for when you’re checking out the nutrition facts on that macaroni and cheese box? Whether you’re one to zoom in on total calories or total carbs, you might be missing the real picture. Nutrition facts should be a part of...  Read more

Eating with Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism, the chronic condition of an under-active thyroid, affects millions of Americans. It's most commonly caused by chronic autoimmune thyroiditis or Hashimoto's disease, and can result in a variety of symptoms, including: weight ga...  Read more

question. I haves tracked food intake. Met 1200 ca
Updated 3/27/2015 12:58:29 PM

question. I haves tracked food intake. Met 1200 cal. range. When I track exercise SPARKPEOPLE tells me I need to eat more calories. I have gained since doing this. So confused. Eating recommend calories. What is going on? HELP!!!!...  Read more

how to track sugar intake
Updated 3/26/2015 4:13:59 PM

I do not see where the sugar is being tracked on my food tracker---and I don't where I can add it...  Read more

Why does my calorie goal increase when I exercise?
Updated 3/23/2015 1:24:35 PM

I understand that I 'can' eat more calories, but does it necessarily mean I HAVE to? I, personally (at least now), am not exercising so I can eat more. I'm exercising to create more of a deficient. Is this harmful to my goal? Without exercise I...  Read more

Newbie....everything but my fat intake is where it
Updated 3/19/2015 6:56:45 PM

Newbie....everything but my fat intake is where it is suppose to be. How do I fix this?...  Read more

your fave high fiber foods, dishes?
Updated 3/31/2015 11:02:39 PM

I'm looking to add fiber to my diet without adding 50 fruits or piles of beans! Which foods are highest in fiber? Which taste good, are relatively low calorie, and/or can be added to dishes easily?...  Read more

Increase fiber

To increase my fiber intake, I sprinkle Fiber One cereal on my cereal or yogurt for breakfast....  Read more

Up Your Fiber

Dr. Mark Hyman says Switching abruptly to a high-fiber diet can cause gas and bloating. Increase your fiber intake slowly until you get up to 50 grams a day. Eat 2 tablespoons of ground flax seeds a day. Sprinkle on salads, grains, or vegetable dishe...  Read more

Iron Maidens

Inspiration for women focused on increasing lean muscle mass and lowering body fat through strength training and having FUN doing it. Some come on aboard and join up with us. You will not regret it!...  Read more

Study: Adding Fiber Can Be a Pain the Gut

I'm a fan of fiber. In addition to keeping your GI system happy and healthy, fiber helps fill you up and ward off hunger--if Mother Nature put it in your food, that is. When fiber is added to processed foods by manufacturers, a new short-term stu...  Read more

Are You Getting The Most From Your Calcium Supplement?

I have previously shared that calcium is an important nutrient you may be missing in your diet. The newly released 2010 Dietary Guidelines lists calcium as a nutrient of concern because intake by many Americans is lower than recommended. There are al...  Read more