Fruit Dessert With Berry Sauce

 

Michio Kushi founder of the Kushi Institute, the world’s foremost macrobiotic educational center with Stephen Blauer wrote about fiber and fiber deficiency on their book called “The Macrobiotic Way” Fiber is the skeleton of the plant-the part that provides structural support. Every plant cell is surrounded by a fibrous wall. Fiber also forms part of the seeds, leaves, and stems. It is not a single substance but is composed of three different groups of substances: pentoses, which are complex carbohydrates; cellulose, which is also a complex carbohydrate; and lignin, a woody component.
Where as fats. proteins, and non-fibrous carbohydrates are almost entirely absorbed in the small intestine, fiber moves through the colon, or large intestine, virtually unchanged. Because fiber is not digested in the usual sense.
Westerners have been refining foods to remove it for more than 100 years. In reality. fiber affects the function of the entire alimentary tract, exerting in greatest influence in the colon. Fibers adds bulk to the feces, facilitating their transit through the intestines. It also inhibits the formation of toxins and the growth of certain harmful bacteria in the colon. By diluting the concentration of toxins, fiber also prevents the colon wall from being harmed.
Westerners have been refining foods to remove it for more than 100 years. In reality. fiber affects the function of the entire alimentary tract, exerting in greatest influence in the colon. Fibers adds bulk to the feces, facilitating their transit through the cintestines. It also inhibits the formation of toxins and the growth of certain harmful bacteria in the colon. By diluting the concentration of toxins, fiber also prevents the colon wall from being harmed. tes, people of African ancestry contract colon cancer at the same rate as other Americans. Second-generation Japanese-Americans living in Hawaii, having left their traditional high-fiber diet, also contract colon cancer at the same rate as the rest of the Americans public.
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