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Old 01-08-2012, 11:06 AM   #1
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I read most people are not getting enough fiber in their diets. Do you believe this to be true? I eat as many fruits and veggies as I can. I try to eat whole grains. What else can I be doing?
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I take Fibersol...a powdered fiber supplement. No flavor to it. It desolves easily in anything. I put about 10grams in my first morning cup of coffee.
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I read most people are not getting enough fiber in their diets. Do you believe this to be true? I eat as many fruits and veggies as I can. I try to eat whole grains. What else can I be doing?
If you are eating a balanced good nutrition plan you should be getting enough.

When I am cutting or feel I need more I personaly like Equate's Psyllium Husk Fiber.
Just add fiber slow if you do or you will spend a lot of time in the rest room.
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