9 Health Risks You Face When You Ignore This Powerful Nutrient

“Eat more fiber.” We keep hearing this advice from nutrition experts. But let’s be real. Do we really eat enough? Probably not ! Experts estimate only 5% of Americans get the daily recommended amount of fiber.

So what happens when you don’t get enough of this powerful nutrient? In today’s video, we’ll be talking about 9 health risks you face when you don’t eat enough fiber.

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Intro – 0:00
Unhealthy Bowel Movements – 0:30
Always Hungry – 1:11
Weight Gain – 2:36
Bloating and Gastrointestinal Issues – 3:10
Diabetes – 3:54
Heart Disease – 4:37
Always Sleepy – 5:07
Fewer Nutrients Altogether – 5:50
Cancer Risk – 6:24


1. Unhealthy Bowel Movements
We’re kicking things off with an uncomfortable subject.

2. Always Hungry
When you feel hungry too soon after a meal, it’s probably because you’re not eating enough fiber.

3. Weight Gain
If you don’t have enough fiber in your food, you tend to get hungry a lot sooner.

4. Bloating And Gastrointestinal Issues
When you don’t have enough fiber in your diet, you tend to feel a lot more bloated.

5. Diabetes
If you do not include enough fiber in your diet, then you’re more likely to develop type-2 diabetes.

6. Heart Disease
You run the risk of suffering a heart-related disease when your cholesterol levels are too high.

7. Always Sleepy
When your diet doesn’t have fiber, the body digests carbs at a faster rate. It then releases them directly into your bloodstream.

8. Fewer Nutrients Altogether
When you have a diet that doesn’t get enough fiber, you’re depriving yourself of other nutrients as well.

9. Cancer Risk
Eating fiber-rich foods like fruits and veggies can protect you from certain cancers like breast and colorectal.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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