Here’s How to Get More Fiber in Your Diet and How Much to Eat in a Day

By now, must of us are well aware that fiber is good for your gut. Fiber has been shown1 to reduce your risk of developing heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, and constipation, not to mention it helps you to stay fuller longer which can help with weight loss. Found in fruits, vegetable, nuts, seeds, legumes, and whole grains, fiber is a potent tool for keeping the gut microbiome in tip top condition. Here’s a closer look at what it’s actually doing in the body.

What is Dietary Fiber Anyway?

Fiber is an important component of plants, says Dr. Josh Axe, founder of and co-founder of Ancient Nutrition, also a certified doctor of natural medicine (DNM), noting that it is an essential building block of plant molecules like cellulose and pectins. And this gives it a unique advantage when it enters our gut.

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