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Secrets of Soluble Fiber

I have heard that “soluble fiber” helps fight heart disease. What foods contain soluble fiber?
Secrets of Soluble Fiber

Used with permission from Microsoft

Eating foods high in soluble fiber may help reduce your LDL (“bad”) blood cholesterol level when consumed with an overall healthful diet. Soluble fiber is found in oatmeal, barley, dry edible beans (such as pinto or kidney beans), pulses (such as chickpeas, split peas and lentils), carrots, apples and oranges.


Julie Garden-Robinson, Food and Nutrition Specialist, NDSU Extension Service



Featured in Food Wise February 2013 newsletter

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