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The National Institutes of Health recommends 20 to 35 grams of fiber daily for older children, adolescents and adults. Increase your fiber intake slowly, and drink plenty of water to avoid digestive upset.
Fiber isn’t a “miracle food,”but adding fiber-rich foods to your diet can have health benefits. The National Cancer Institute suggests that foods high in fiber may be protective against some cancers, particularly colon cancer. Although the National Cancer Institute recommends getting 20 to 35 grams of fiber per day. Soluble fiber (found in oats, dry edible beans, barley and fruits) helps lower blood cholesterol and may reduce the risk of heart disease. Insoluble fiber (found in wheat bran, whole-wheat products and vegetables) helps prevent ulcers, constipation, hemorrhoids and diverticulosis. High fiber foods usually are low in calories and many are inexpensive, too.
Business Retention and Expansion Visitation Fundamentals Self-assessment Guide for Communities - CD1605A
Many communities have done BR&E visitation programs. Some communities have had more success with their BR&E visitation programs than others. This self-assessment guide will help you decide whether your community already has participated in an effective BR&E visitation program. It also will help you decide whether you should revitalize your BR&E efforts.
This publication is a guide to beginning a business retention and expansion (BR&E) visitation program.
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