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Soluble Versus Insoluble Fiber Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Soluble Versus Insoluble Fiber.

Eating with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Imagine experiencing severe abdominal pain, along with alternating bouts of both constipation and diarrhea. Even worse, your doctor can find no physical explanation or effective treatment for you, despite these very real symptoms. Unfortunately, this...  Read more

The Secrets of Eating Right and Living Longer

Yes, it's possible to eat certain foods and boost your longevity. Often labeled "super foods," these foods have the ability to not only strengthen the immune system, but to also fight disease, and lower body fat and cholesterol. ...  Read more

Foods that Pack a Nutritional Punch

Yes, it's possible to eat certain foods and boost your longevity. Often labeled "super foods," these foods have the ability to not only strengthen the immune system, but to also fight disease, and lower body fat and cholesterol.All of these...  Read more

No More Boring Oatmeal!

It’s 10 a.m., and your stomach starts that familiar growl, so you’re tempted to grab a snack. Trouble is, those hunger pangs tend to come at a time when you’re busy, so you’re likely to absentmindedly reach for something quick...  Read more

Eating Well with Type 2 Diabetes

When you have diabetes, your diet plays a key role in controlling your blood sugar levels. SparkPeople strongly encourages everyone with diabetes to meet with a Registered Dietitian or a Certified Diabetes Educator in their area. These health profess...  Read more

Fiber help
Updated 4/10/2014 8:30:29 AM

I am trying to increase my fiber intake, and preferably naturally. By this I am trying to increase my intake o foods that se naturally high n fiber. Does anyone have any practical suggestions on incorporating high fiber foods into yr daily food cho...  Read more

How to add fiber to nutrient tracker on android ap
Updated 3/25/2014 10:55:29 AM

I use the sparkle ap on my android phone, which works great but would like to add Fiber to the list of items to track without having to log onto the website to see it. I can currently see calories, carbs, fat, and protein. I'm hoping there is a way...  Read more

How to add fiber to nutrient tracker on android ap
Updated 3/23/2014 11:45:44 PM

I use the sparkle ap on my android phone, which works great but would like to add Fiber to the list of items to track without having to log onto the website to see it. I can currently see calories, carbs, fat, and protein. I'm hoping there is a way...  Read more

SparkPeople Activity Tracker versus FitBit?
Updated 3/13/2014 8:36:00 PM

I just got my SparkPeople Activity Tracker and like the design (it clips to my shoe or bra easily without drawing attention). BUT, I just saw today that FitBit will sync with my SparkPeople.com account. So I am debating on whether or not to return th...  Read more

Non- GMO versus Organic
Updated 3/13/2014 2:58:54 PM

Are non-GMO foods the same as organic? From what I can tell, organic doesn't neccisarily mean the food is not genetically modified. I would love to see an article on this from the experts!...  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

Looking For More Protein

Barley has soluble and insoluble fiber and has more fiber than oatmeal. It can help lower cholesterol, provides protein and b vitamins. B arley may aid in weight control because it helps control blood sugar and helps keep you full. Add barley to s...  Read more

Spin Me A Yarn

If you want to have fun, this is the team. We have threads on yarn & spinning. Also on the animals we get fiber from-llamas, goats, sheep & dogs. This team is for anyone who wants daily interaction....  Read more

Fiber: Perhaps Not as Simple as You Thought

Since the early 1950's when the term was first coined, dietary fiber has been known as a type of carbohydrate from plant foods that is not digested or absorbed. They are talked about many times based on their two different types, soluble and insolubl...  Read more

We Ate It: Gnu Bars, with 50% of Your Daily Fiber

Do you have a hard time getting adequate fiber? We're keen on whole grains, fruits and vegetables, so getting adequate fiber isn't usually a problem. However, many of us donít get the much-needed 25 to 30 grams recommended daily for a healthy diet....  Read more