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How Fiber Prevents And Treats Disease?
Risun Bio-Tech Inc | Updated: Sep 05, 2016

 

 How Fiber Prevents and Treats Disease



   You might wonder how fiber can prevent obesity and all of the chronic diseases of aging.


      It's actually quite simple. It slows the rate at which food enters your blood stream and increases the speed at which food exits your

 body through the digestive tract. That keeps your blood sugar and cholesterol in ideal balance, quickly eliminates toxins from your 

gut and reduces your appetite.


      There is a special super fiber that is much more powerful than regular fiber and can provide a great way for people to lose weight. 



      Dr. Denis Burkitt, a famous physician, studied the differences between indigenous African Bushmen and their "civilized" western 

counterparts.


      The Bushmen seemed to be free of the scourges of modern life including heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity. He found 

that the average bushman had a stool weight of 2 pounds, while an average civilized man had a stool weight of only 4 ounces. So 

why the big difference?


     The average American eats about 8 to 15 grams of fiber a day, the average hunter-gatherer ate 100 to 150 grams from all manner

 of roots, berries, leaves and plant foods. Humans need fiber to keep us healthy from top to bottom, as well as to provide food for

 the healthy bacteria that work with us to promote health.


     Research proves that fiber can lower blood sugar as effectively as some diabetic medication and promote weight loss. Fiber is 

definitely a great ally in the battle of the bulge. If you're diabetic, adding fiber to your diet can even mean that you can cut out insulin. 

And it's a great natural cure for constipation and irregularity.


    But it's also a hero in more serious battles—it's been shown to reduce the risk of colon cancer by as much as a third and breast 

cancer by almost 40 percent.


   One study showed how butyrate, a type of fatty acid made by gut bacteria from certain types of fiber, acts as a switch that turns 

on the p21 tumor suppressor gene (an anti-cancer gene) and essentially, turns off colon cancer. It also lowers cholesterol and reduce

the risk of heart disease by as much as 40 percent.