Is Fibre really good for my diet?

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asked Mar 21, 2017 in Fibre by Old_Liver (180 points)
It's just my biased opinion and weird experience but all the gadgets don't work at all for the weight loss. You just waste your mental energy on additional rituals and have less mental space for the actual exercises. The only things which help in a harsh route to a healthy weight are supplements. My favorite one is forskolin. Here's the guide on nutragenics forskolin
Umm, depends of what you class as healthy I suppose. Some things the body needs, and can only get it from the diet. If you are deficient in certain vitamins and nutrients, I would suggest the body doesn't adapt, it is just poorly maintained, and yes you can live quite happily, though probably not as best you could, especially when you start damaging the body regularly with such things as training. As for Vitamin D, it is a vitamin that has only just started being banded around as essential for health, especially long term health, bone density issues, immune system issues etc. It has always been essential for good health. I would suggest those that get regular colds etc start upping their intake of the stuff. For me despite very hard training since October last year and whilst others around me have had colds etc I have suffered nothing in the last 9 months. I put this down to the increase in Vitamin D as my diet hasn't really changed much, yet training volume has increased quite a bit as well as intensity, and yet I am healthier than ever. Anyway, I had some products arrive today and wished to see if anyone else has tried/is trying nootropics, and wished to draw attention to the topic as I feel it's one that a lot of users here would be interested in. The products I've ordered are Coluracetam and Noopept but there's plenty more out there. Anyone else give them a go?

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answered Jan 5 by Coloris (1,220 points)
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Vegetables, fruits, and whole grains are high in fiber. It's a good idea to consume 25 to 30 grams of fiber each day, at least 1/4 of which (6 to 8 grams) should be soluble fiber. There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble.Soluble fiber acts like a gel that soaks up cholesterol and flushes it out of your body, thereby helping to lower your so-called “bad” LDL cholesterol. Soluble fiber comes from beans, lentils, oats, and the flesh of certain fruits (like apples and pears). Insoluble fiber draws water into your gut, which softens your bowel movements and flushes them out of your system faster. In this way, insoluble fiber helps alleviate constipation, prevents diverticulosis, and prevents colon cancer (because it reduces the amount of time that your gut is exposed to potential carcinogens in your food). If you want to loss weight I can recommend effective weight loss pills from Japan for you, here you can read about them.

answered Jan 17 by Rabbet (1,200 points)
edited Jan 18 by Rabbet
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It depends on what exactly problems with your weight do you have. Maybe you should get consultations with special doctor? I read that testosterone theraphy can help to lose weight, particularly belly fat - testosterone fuels lipolysis, or the burning of fat. Here you can read more about this - Benefits list.

answered Jan 28 by Fomme (740 points)
edited Jan 29 by Fomme
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I think better will be to go to the dietolog and get diet here.
answered Jan 30 by Lismen (820 points)
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Fiber promotes weight loss. When you are full with food, you eat less. When you are living the day with constant energy, your body won’t have to store food as fat. All this will end up in a healthy body weight.
answered Jan 30 by Kulltt (1,100 points)
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Foods rich in fiber will play a major role in maintain a healthy digestive system. It is necessary to take right amount of fiber rich food to ensure regularity of bowel. It Decreases the risk of inflammatory bowel diseases. Helps in management of weight. Fiber rich food takes time to chew that means will eat lesser and will feel stomach is full quickly. High fiber foods maintain blood sugar levels and also sustain cholesterol level in a normal range. Diet high in fiber especially insoluble fiber can lowers the risk of type 2 diabetes. Research suggests that it also prevents colon cancer.
answered Jan 31 by Mefyme (800 points)
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When I was on a diet, I quite often ordered fresh juice. It was a good and most importantly useful variety for my diet. This is where I used to order juice I live in San Francisco, so for me it's not a problem. I think you can try too.

answered Feb 3 by NeaKarlon (660 points)
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The diet is so difficult to follow. I always wanted to eat so badly! Then I decided to take cbd, about what I've read on and my hunger left me

answered Mar 19 by Coloris (1,220 points)
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Yes, it is really good for you. But you should also take some vitamins, supplements, etc. to remain healthy. I can recommend having a look at the Pharmacy Online for some nice pills which are great for your health. Good luck with it :)

answered Apr 17 by joker222 (180 points)
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The diet is so difficult to follow. I always wanted to eat so badly! Then I decided to take cbd, about what I've read on and my hunger left me

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answered Jun 10 by mialee (420 points)