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Fiber is the ninja of the food world

Meg Woodard, RD, a cooking instructor and registered dietitian at Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, says consuming both soluble and insoluble fibers are essential to maintaining health. Ms. Woodard says soluble fiber is like a sponge that helps soak up the bad cholesterol, and insoluble is like a broom that sweeps out the waste in our body. for how to integrate fiber into a well-rounded diet.

Read the article (PDF, 740 KB) in SD Health magazine.