What to Know Before Adding Fiber to Your Diet

It's vital to gradually increase your regular fiber consumption. A sudden increase in fiber intake may cause gas,

bloating, or other digestive discomfort. If you often eat white rice and conventional pasta, you can

start by switching out one serving each day for the first week with a whole-grain substitute. You may

progressively increase your consumption of whole-grain foods until they make up the bulk of your

diet as your tolerance grows. To aid your body in digesting the fiber, it's also critical to boost your water consumption

and keep hydrated. As you move toward a high-fiber diet, aim for at least 8 glasses of water each day.

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