The High Fibre Foods team came across this great article and Canadian based WeShine have given consent for us to republish it to help our readers. We hope you learn from it as we did.

There are two types of fibre- soluble and insoluble but most fibre-rich foods contain some of both. It is also considered either dietary or functional. The dietary kind of fibre is the indigestible part of plants that...
Community Pharmacy Symptoms, Diagnosis and TreatmentBy Paul Rutter Now in its fourth edition, this best-selling book is fully updated to address the ever increasing demands on healthcare professionals to deliver high-quality patient care. A multitude...

Studies have consistently linked all kinds of nuts to a reduced risk of heart disease, largely because nuts have a favorable effect on blood cholesterol. Nuts may also help keep blood vessels healthy and have other cardiovascular...

Potatoes are a very popular vegetable, consumed by at least a billion people worldwide. They come in many types, including maris piper and King Edward. Sweet potatoes are also becoming very popular. Despite the varieties of them...

'An apple a day keeps the doctor away' Some chemicals in apples are known to be anti-allergenic. Some are anti-carcinogenic, anti-inflammatory and anti-viral. Research suggests that eating fresh apples provides an anti-oxidant activity greater...

Your body needs a variety of minerals and vitamins to keep it healthy and fit - and many of these are contained within the Acai berry. Acai berries may be best known as a diet supplement, the...

The avocado is considered a 'complete' food whereby it provides in excess of 25 essential nutrients, including: vitamins A, B, C, E and K, iron, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium. Indeed, you would need to eat two...

Whole grains keep heart diseases away The role of whole grains in everyday diet has now been challenged and proved several times throughout the world. Regular servings of whole grains play an inevitable role...

Broccoli, an ancient food that existed during the Roman Empire, is something we still enjoy today. It has been around for centuries, made its way to Europe and then was finally introduced to the North American diet...
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