According to a recent study, most Americans aren't eating enough fiber.

Even if avoiding whole grains by going gluten-free is trendy, it doesn't mean you should ignore fiber intake. Eating the proper amount of fiber can provide a host of benefits, and could potentially ward off disease.

Check out the slideshow above to learn more about getting the right amount of fiber.

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