It’s common knowledge that fiber is good for us. But what does it do, and how does it improve cholesterol levels? Today I will journey through our gastrointestinal tract to answer these questions.

The American Heart Association, along with the NIH, published its annual report on the stats for heart attacks and strokes as it relates to diet, exercise, and other lifestyle factors. Their lengthy report can be found here.

This Cleveland clinic article gets into specifics about soluble versus insoluble fiber and the importance of both types of fiber.

Fiber feeds our gut microorganisms, and this has been a frequent topic of mine. You may want to listen to episodes 223 and 229 if you’d like to take control of your gut microorganisms.

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