A popular topic of conversation for health and disease prevention is fibre. It has been linked with reducing the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity and certain types of cancer. Although the term “fibre” has been used widely by medical and nutrition experts, what does it really mean when you are told to “increase your fibre intake?” Is simply eating more fibre enough to maximize the health benefits?
About Andrea Holwegner
President, Registered Dietitian, Counselling Practice Director & Professional Speaker
Andrea the "Chocoholic Nutritionist" is founder and president of Health Stand Nutrition Consulting Inc. since 2000. She is a professional speaker, media expert for the Dietitians of Canada and consultant to the food and restaurant industry for companies...Read more