Fiber

The role of dietary fiber in nutrition  Food fiber, formerly known as fiber, is carbohydrate-resistant carbohydrates resistant to digestive enzymes. However, its importance in nutrition is high – by binding water in the light of the digestive tract it has a positive effect on digestion. In societies in which large amounts of fiber are consumed, people are less likely to suffer from cardiovascular diseases and…

  Generally about muscles

they are organs that have an outstanding ability to shrink, i.e. to reduce their length. The contraction takes place under the influence of stimuli, either mechanical, like a blow, or electrical, chemical, or systemic movements, as a result of a stimulus from the nerve cells of the brain or spinal cord.  – muscles made of smooth muscle, contracting slowly and slowly returning to their original…

Fiber types, occurrence and role in the body

In a healthy diet you can not miss the right amount of dietary fiber, which reduces the risk of many diseases and helps digestion, and as a result helps you maintain a slim figure.Fiber is often talked about, but this topic is rarely discussed.Many people do not know what types of fiber are in which products can be found and how exactly it works. Pectin…

Resistant starch – properties and sources

Resistant starch is a carbohydrate that is resistant to the action of digestive enzymes and in unchanged form passes into the large intestine. This is a medium for the development of beneficial intestinal bacteria and has many health-promoting functions.The benefits of consuming resistant starch are, among others, reducing the risk of developing cancer of the large intestine, lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels and better…

Is fiber good only for digestion?

Everyone on a diet with the aim of shaping the body in a satisfactory way knows that fiber is an essential dietary element. What is fiber? Where can we find it? What it its role in our organism? We will try to answer these and other questions in this article. Fiber is not digested and absorbed in our digestive system. Moreover, it is also not…