Fiber act as binding agent and reduce cholesterol
Dec 14, 2011
Fiber is a great binding agent: Dietary fiber is great for heart health as it binds with cholesterol while it is still in the intestines. When fiber get converted into a sticky and gooey-viscous paste in our digestive tract, it sticks itself to the cholesterol and prevents it from being absorbed by the body, where it could have gone ahead to clog the arteries.
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