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The Low Fiber Diet: 6-Week Plan for Restoring your Bowel Health

Publish date:
April 12, 2017
The Low Fiber Diet: 6-Week Plan for Restoring your Bowel Health

Crohn’s Disease?

Ulcerative Colitis?


Bowel Obstruction?

Or just looking for a healthier bowel?

When the stomach cramps get painful, it is time for a concern. Whether you have been diagnosed with a certain bowel condition or you have simply taken it too far with your fried juicy junk food, one thing is certain. Hitting the pause button and taking a break from the heavy foods is the best solution to bring the balance back to your gut. This book will show you how to do it.

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Anna Keating
Digestion is the process by which the body breaks down food into smaller components that can be absorbed and utilized for energy, growth, and repair. It involves both mechanical and chemical processes that occur in various organs of the digestive system.
Fiber, also known as dietary fiber or roughage, refers to the indigestible portion of plant foods. It is a type of carbohydrate that cannot be broken down by human digestive enzymes. Instead, it passes through the digestive system relatively intact, adding bulk to the stool and aiding in the regularity of bowel movements. It isn't technically classified as an essential nutrient. The term "essential" in nutrition refers to nutrients that the body cannot produce on its own (or cannot produce in sufficient quantities) and therefore must obtain from the diet
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