Why is Fiber?

Vegetables, fruits and healthy is well known, Why is Fiber important? which contain fiber elements and anti-oxidants, cholesterol and more opportunities to reduce the deterioration in the risk of blood clots, prevention of Cardiovascular disease problems is an important element of the original.

Cellulose lowers cholesterol

Vegetables, fruits, oats, beans, barley and other plants contain water-soluble cellulose, which can lower the low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in the blood, because cellulose can be combined with cholesterol to be excreted from the body. Among them, oats contain the most water-soluble fiber. Eating four servings of three cups of oats a day can reduce blood cholesterol by 4 to 8%.

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Antioxidant anti-vascular embolism

Vascular embolism is caused by oxidation, and antioxidants can deal with oxidative substances in the body, reducing the chance of vascular embolism. Antioxidants in food include beta carotene, vitamin C, E, selenium, copper, manganese, etc. Among them, vitamin E helpful for heart health. Food sources include: cooking oil, walnut, oats, etc.

Low-fat fiber foods

vegetables and fruits are the most beneficial. Vegetables and fruits are low-fat foods (except avocado and coconut). Both contain cellulose and antioxidants. Eating more can help lower cholesterol, prevent vascular embolism and cancer. In addition, soy beans and soy products such as soy milk and tofu are also helpful.

Eating 25 grams of soy foods per day can lower cholesterol by about 10%. Studies have also shown that eating garlic can reduce blood cholesterol by 9%, and eating mushrooms and fungus can also reduce cholesterol and triglycerides.

In addition to vegetables and fruits, omega-3 fatty acids contained in fish can also lower blood cholesterol, triglycerides, and have anti-coagulant effect, which is the best meat to prevent vascular problems.

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