October 2003 Issue
Fiber Still Found to Help Fend Off Heart Disease
More evidence has emerged that dietary fiber—particularly soluble fiber—is good for your heart. This latest comes from a nutrition survey that included nearly 10,000 people across the U.S., followed for an average of 19 years.
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