“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.
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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