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Could Eating More Whole Grains Help You Live Longer? June 13, 2016

Three servings a day lessens risk of dying from heart disease and cancer, study suggests

Preschoolers' Diets Improved After Federal Food Voucher Changes: Study April 07, 2016

More fruits, veggies, whole grains and low-fat milk were added to nutrition program for poor in 2009

Girls Who Eat More Fiber May Face Lower Breast Cancer Risk Later: Study February 01, 2016

Start eating vegetables, fruits, beans and whole grains early in life, experts say

More Evidence High-Fiber, Mediterranean Diet Is Good for You September 29, 2015

Plant-based regimens can boost fatty acids that lower your risk for diabetes, heart disease, study says

Laxative Type Might Influence Colon Cancer Risk, Study Finds October 08, 2014

Fiber-based formulations seem to lower chances for the disease, non-fiber products seem to raise them

High-Fiber Diet May Aid Heart Attack Survivors April 30, 2014

Study suggests whole grains might be particularly important

Fiber-Rich Foods May Cut Your Risk of Heart Disease December 20, 2013

International study looked at fiber from wide range of sources

Study Links Americans' Low Fiber Intake to Higher Heart Risk October 25, 2013

Research looked at a decade of data from thousands of U.S. adults

Timing Is Everything When Eating Fruits, Vegetables June 20, 2013

Study found that when they're eaten and how they're stored can determine their nutritional value

More Dietary Fiber Might Help Thwart Stroke: Study March 28, 2013

Simple measures include adding fruits, veggies to your diet, experts say

Not All Whole Grain Products Are Created Equal, Study Claims January 17, 2013

Harvard researchers report that some are healthier than others

Low-Fiber Diet May Raise Teens' Risk for Heart Disease, Diabetes June 05, 2012

And most teens don't consume enough 'roughage,' study found

Common Gastro Disease Occurs Even With High-Fiber Diet January 27, 2012

Eating less fiber was linked to lower diverticulosis risk in study, but no proof of cause and effect

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