Are Added Fibers Good for Our Health?

Isolated and synthetic fibers are frequently added to processed foods. Some may not provide the health benefits associated with natural fibers.

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It is recommended that adults consume between 25 and 30 grams of dietary fiber a day. The average American currently gets about half that amount. According to the latest Dietary

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