Dietary fiber comes from the parts of plants your body can’t digest. There are two types, soluble fiber and insoluble fiber. When eaten regularly as part of a low-fat, low-cholesterol diet, soluble fiber can help lower blood cholesterol, mainly by lowering LDL-cholesterol, or “bad” cholesterol. Oats have the highest proportion of soluble fiber of any […]
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