Fiber is important for bodybuilders and athletes mainly because it assists in adding bulk to ones diet. It is a known fact that fruits and vegetables are valuable in providing fiber. Fiber represents that portion of the food which is not digested but helps the intestines to move the waste along. A certain amount of fiber is necessary in the diet of every human being.
Constipation is many times caused by lack of sufficient fiber and you have to make sure that your diet is varied enough to provide the needed dietary fiber for the intestinal wastes. Therefore, unless your doctor finds extra fiber to be necessary in your case, don’t go out of your way it is not required to increase greatly the quantity of fiber in your diet.
In this case take care not to overeat or stuff yourself with too much fruit pulp or bran. Remember, moderation is all the things, including your diet is essential for a man’s health. Bran and other foods like raw fruits, coarse vegetables containing a great deal of fiber and it may clog the intestines or even cause irritation and abnormal contractions or spasms of the intestinal musculature. It is appropriate to find out the most healthful diet for your particular type of digestive system and use it according to your own experience.
There are two types of fibers: The first type is soluble fiber. It feeds intestinal bacteria, which then convert it to short chain fatty acids. These than have very positive effects on the body such as inhibiting the growth of yeast and disease causing bacteria and help decreasing the risk of cancer of the large intestine. This kind of fibers also help lower blood cholesterol levels by reducing the amount of cholesterol produced by the liver This type of fiber dissolves in water and forms a gel like substance and helps to regulate blood sugar levels. The second type is insoluble fiber. This type does not dissolve in water, but instead acts on intestinal toxins and plays an crucial role in the prevention of colon and breast cancer.
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really very nice..
This is a big learning curve for weight lifters
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