Amount of Fiber, dietary total in Yogurt, vanilla or lemon flavor, non-fat milk, sweetened with low-calorie sweetener
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Dietary fiber occurs naturally in all plant source of food such as vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains. Animal source of food does not contain fiber at all!
We cannot digest the fibers as we do not have enzymes that would break them down, therefore they do not provide our body with energy. Dietary fibers (sometimes spelled fibres) are grouped depending on their solubility into soluble and insoluble fibre. Soluble fiber has shown to reduce glucose and cholesterol levels and therefore it is considered to have protective role against heart disease and diabetes. Insoluble fibre helps to prevent constipation and promote bowel movement. Fiber as in food nutrition plays an important role in elimination and clearance of estrogens and toxins from the body. The decent amount of soluble fiber is found in fruits, legumes, grains (barley, oats) and insoluble fibre can be obtained from vegetables, wheat bran and wholegrain brads which are a great sources of dietary fiber.
Determine, under different quantities, how much of Fiber, dietary total nutrient can be found in Yogurt, vanilla or lemon flavor, non-fat milk, sweetened with low-calorie sweetener. Calculate and convert the amounts.