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Focal scleritis,global motility disorder,mitral valve regurgitation & stenosis, tricuspid valve regurgitation, paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, venous insufficiency, Raynaud, hypothyroidism, epilepsy, small/large fiber neuropathy. Related somehow?
Absolutely: When it comes to GI health you should always have hope: high fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, propbiotics and enzymes for digestion. Fiber helps to bind and eliminate toxins from the bowel and will lower cholesterol. It softens the stool and bulks it up for a healthy daily bowel movent, and it speeds transit time thus lowering your risk of cancer, diverticulitis and hemorrhoids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not really: Fiber and fat can be both in a food, and the fat will get digested and absorbed. Granola (as in breakfast cereal or granola bars) has both fat and fiber, and is high in calories from the fat (and the added sugar that manufacturers put in). The fat, sugar, carbs, and protein in granola all get digested and absorbed. The fiber that is not digestible passes through, and may cause gas on its way out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Top Fiber Foods: Here are some ideas: -deep green, leafy vegetables: spinach, kale, broccoli, etc -beans are a rich source of fiber: navy beans, lima beans, lentils, garbanzo, split peas, etc -whole grains including oats, bran, buckwheat, millet, rye, popcorn, wild rice, amaranth, and others -all berries are high fiber fruits because of their many seeds. -vegetable: artichoke, parsnips, sweet potato, pumpkin. ...Read more