Read on to learn more about the importance of fiber intake.
Study Finds Most Americans Don't Eat Enough Fiber
Reicks also explains that food labels can be confusing. “Some products indicate the whole grain content in grams on the label, which is very useful if you know how much whole grain is needed to count as a serving. And some use the whole grain stamp (The Whole Grains Council), but not all,” she said.
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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.